From YouTube to the TV Screen - Snoop's GGN Heads to Revolt TV

Airing in May 2011, entertainment icon Snoop Dogg launched his hood news talk show GGN on his YouTube channel, WestFestTV. The goal was to give Snoop a platform to talk music, culture, and news with his notable celebrity friends and fellow musicians. Through the years, he has discussed career milestones, first encounters, and artistic inspirations with the likes of Larry King, Paris Hilton, Seth Rogen, Tony Hawk, and Russell Simmons. He has sat and shared stories with long time music collaborators Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell Williams, 50 Cent, and T-Pain. He has talked shop with artists for the first time including Little Dragon, Steve Aoki, and PSY.Through 4 years, the show has aired 232 episodes and garnered over 1.3M subscribers on YouTube... and now he is taking it to national television. Beginning last night, GGN will air on Revolt TV weekly on Wednesday nights. Each 30-minute episode will feature three past guests touching on the latest in news and culture. The show will air for eight consecutive weeks at 10:30 PM ET/7:30 PM PT.Big thanks to the whole Stampede Management and Cashmere Agency crew for their hard work and creativity to take the show from idea to a worldwide audience. Make sure to save it on your DVR and tune in weekly!Want to catch up?? Check out the full playlist of GGN episodes on YouTube HERE.Watch the latest episode of GGN on WestFestTV with Snoop sitting down with fellow Long Beach native Vince Staples.