Snoop Dogg Partners with Arizona Bowl in First-of-its-Kind Alcohol Brand Deal


In an unparalleled confluence of sports, music, and distilled spirits, legendary rapper Snoop Dogg, infamous for such hits as “Gin & Juice,” has announced his connection with the Arizona Bowl, becoming the first alcohol brand partnership with a college bowl game.

Disclosed on Monday, the superstar rapper and multi-talented media icon is putting his signature stamp on the event as the “Snoop Dogg Arizona Bowl Presented by Gin & Juice By Dre and Snoop.” Anticipation is already mounting for the year-end spectacle due to be held on December 28 at the Arizona Stadium. The match is set to ignite an exciting showdown featuring teams from the Mountain West Conference and the Mid-American Conference.

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The noteworthy bowl game, previously sponsored by digital media powerhouse, Barstool, is set to welcome a new era under its latest partnership. Gin & Juice, the namesake of one of Snoop’s 1994 chart-toppers, is the phenomenal debut product from the collaborative premium spirits company formed by music moguls, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre.

In his characteristically engaging manner, Snoop Dogg released a video on social media addressing college football fans’ growing fatigue over persisting controversies. He lamented the pettifogging discourse surrounding issues like NIL, conference realignment, coach movement, transfer portal, and super conferences.

In a call to return to the true essence of the sport, Snoop Dogg urged a refocusing towards the colleges, the players, the spirited competition, the embracing community, the exhilarating fan experience, and the revered pageantry that frames college football.

The rapper, a dedicated supporter, fan, and youth football coach, hails from years of experience funneling young talent from his Snoop Youth Football League into top colleges and the NFL. “It’s only fitting,” he stated, “that I step up and help get this thing right,” reasserting his commitment not just to his music and products, but also to the sport so close to his heart.