After appearing together in the 2012 comedy Mac & Devin Go to High School, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are slated to headline two separate television projects with REVOLT. According to Billboard, Snoop’s “GGN,” which launched on YouTube in 2011, will air on REVOLT some time during the second quarter of 2016. The show has previously featured Snoop promoting his side ventures, interviewing the likes of will.i.am and Iggy Azalea, and smoking with Seth Rogen.
REVOLT Head of Programming and Production Val Boreland told Billboard the decision was part of the network’s initiative to give viewers direct access to artists. Along those lines, Wiz Khalifa will also bring his “DayToday” YouTube series to REVOLT for what sounds like a reboot.
“There’s a healthy fascination with his personal life, his music, how he tours, what goes on backstage,” Boreland said. “This show will bring unprecedented access to his life.”
The shows are expected to be announced during REVOLT’s 2016 summit in New York City. There is also heavy speculation that after taking acting roles in Monster’s Ball, Get Him To The Greek, and A Raisin In The Sun, Sean“Diddy” Combs will hop in front of the camera to star in some additional REVOLT programming.
You can read the full report at Billboard.com.
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