Rapper Snoop Dogg has done a lot of collaborations in his career. Wiz Khalifa, Dr. Dre, Pharrell Williams, and even a TV show with Martha Stewart.
But, his latest single is extra tasty–he dropped the track with Skip The Dishes. “Did Somebody Say” is all about food, celebrating his status as an ambassador for the food delivery service. “People said it could never be done – a Skip track that you can get down to,” Snoop Dogg said in a press release. “That’s why they brought me in, to put some spice on it.”
“Skip has always brought entertainment and great food to Canadians,” said Cheryl Radisa, SkipTheDishes’ Vice President of Marketing in the release. “This year, we have a little help from the master of entertainment himself, Snoop Dogg, who is helping us turn up the volume on our new campaign with a track that captures the joy that Skip brings to any occasion.”
To celebrate and encourage Torontonians to “get delivery like a G,” Snoop and the Skip the Dishes team are bringing hot dogs to the city. Forno Cultura will host the Pop Up Hot Dog Cart, giving out free hot dogs to consumers, on Friday, February 11 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
As a part of the delivery app’s partnership with Snoop, Torontonians who order via Skip The Dishes’ Skip Express Lane from Friday, February 11 to Sunday, February 13 will receive a Snoop Dogg-inspired sticker sheet.
The pop-up event follows a slew of other food delivery pop-ups across the city, including In ‘N’ Out Burger’s one-day event and KD’s January delivery experience, as well as Stackt Market’s hot chocolate festival.
As for Snoop, he’s always been a fan of food, evidenced by his cooking show with Martha Stewart. In 2018, the rapper even released From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen. The cookbook included 50 recipes from Snoop Dogg’s very own collection.
Forno Cultura is located at 1056 Queen Street West, at the corner of Queen and Fennings Street.