Synopsis: Hip Hop legend Snoop Dogg teamed up with VICE on a spiritual journey to Jamaica to reflect on his past career, including his failures, loves, regrets and losses. With this journey, Snoop intends to reincarnate himself as a Pop Reggae artist by immersing himself in Rastafari, exploring musical and religious histories deeply rooted in Jamaica. His pilgrimage begins with a jaunt to a mountain-side ganja farm run by Rastas, revealing the underbelly of the Jamaican drug market. Snoop then heads down to the troubled areas of Trenchtown and Tivoli Gardens; revealing a neglected ghetto population and rampant police brutality following the exile of drug lord Chris "Coke" Dudus. Snoop also stops by the famous Alpha Boys School for an impromptu jam session. A school which has seen countless Reggae musicians pass through its youth orchestra. Snoop allows unprecedented access to his inner-workings as he makes his new album with Diplo and Angela Hunte, author of the smash hit song Empire State Of Mi
Director(s): Andy Capper
Production: AEC
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

It's a pleasure. It's an honor,

to have

Snoop Lion in my face.

Yes Lion, it's good to see the

man, you know?

And then...

any kind of work

that you are focused on doing,

as long as it's Reggae,

I don't think you could come to

a better man.

And I am very satisfied to know


although I am here 65 years in


I am still here doing what is


you know, as a Rasta man should.

Playing good Reggae music

to enlighten the people


Music is our tool, you know,

it's our vessel.

It's our instrument.

So you're here in Jamaica to do

some songs and make an album?

That's a very serious one,

you know?

I'm feeling good to know that

you are here to observe,

you know and to see.

There's a lot more work to do,

you know.

We got a journey,

we got a hill to climb

and to get over

in this

dramatic, musical


And I've been observing you

and I've been praying

through the power of the most

highly Haile Selassie I.

Jah! Rastafari!

Yeah, man!

Come on!


Home grown.

Yea, I don't have a problem.

You're a studio man, and I'm a

studio man...

so I think it's, you know, it's


Yes, of course.

Of course!

I know that.

I miss my brother Bob and Peter

because we had the kind of a...

To be here now it's,

it's lonesome.

They are not with us

physically now,

but they are forever with us

through the spirituality of

what they have left with us.

Right in Trench Town.

That's where we started,

in Trench Town.

If you don't go through Trench

Town as a musician, as an artist

you have yet

to go through Trench Town.

Bless up, Snoop Lion.

Bless up, Lion,


Straight up.

Yeah, the first time I met

Snoop was in like '97,

and we were both

on the tour together.

You could tell that he has Rasta

tendencies even before meeting him.

I mean, for example, the most

obvious one is herb-smoking

and he was one of those first

hip hop stars that I heard

come across and really be a big

herb advocate.

Uncle Snoop!

And that was something that

I think a lot of Jamaican people

can relate to.

Snoop came from the same kind of

place that my father came from,

and rose above the obstacles.

You know what I mean? In that

kind of way,

he has been able to inspire and

shine light on a lot of youths

who come from those areas also.


The original.

Culture Yard.

Originally, over there, is where

Bob Marley used to live.

Show him around.

And right here, this is where it

all began,

where Bob did his musical life.

Trench Town is actually the place

where everything starts with Bob.

So the name "Trench"

was named after this man.

He was actually

Mr. William Power Trench,

a wealthy Irishman who

came here back in the 1700s.

He actually named

the town himself.

Right, because he was

actually living here at the time.

Until after when they left

the land became a big

squatter's settlement.

These are all persons

from our community.

This man is the man,

Mr. Vincent Ford.

Bob's mentor,

Bob's good friend.

And he was also like a

father figure to Bob.

We call him "Tarta,"

Tarta meaning father in Africa.



Back in those days

police used to come here and

take away the people's... sons.

A lady at the time was crying,

police came and took her son and

Bob and Tarta were

sitting where it happened

when the Police came and

took away the little boy,

and that's how

that line came in:

"No woman, don't cry. "

"Everything is going

to be all right. "

So that's how that line

actually came in.

So this is it right here.

The Lion of Judah.

So this represents the

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Ike Barinholtz

Isaac "Ike" Barinholtz (born February 18, 1977) is an American comedian, actor and screenwriter. He was a cast member on MADtv from 2002 to 2007, Eastbound & Down (2012), and had a regular role on The Mindy Project. In his film work, he is best known for his acting roles in Neighbors (2014) and its sequel, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016), Sisters (2015), Suicide Squad (2016) and Blockers (2018), as well for as co-writing the screenplay for the 2016 comedy film Central Intelligence. more…

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