Snoop Dogg Talks Holograms, 2Pac and Chronic in Web Chat

Check out the highlights from the rapper's recent Twitter Q&A

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May 9, 2013 1:45 PM ET

Snoop Dogg – aka the recently reincarnated rasta Snoop Lion – teamed up with Mashable yesterday for #SnoopChat, which allowed fans to ask the hip-hop hero anything they liked. Topics covered included: Snoop's recent transformation, his favorite artists to collaborate with, which artist's hologram he'd want to perform with next and of course, the chronic – a lot of talk about the chronic. Check out some of Snoop's best answers below, and be sure to check out our recent interview with the rapper where he opens up about his pimp past.

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