Snoop Dogg Wrote A Fight Song For Son’s High School Football Team (Audio)


Snoop Dogg’s son, Cordell Broadus, plays football for Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, which happens to be the best high school football team in the nation.

The rapper apparently thought they should have the nation’s best high school fight song, too.

Snoop collaborated with Flavor Flav to write and perform a song called “Bishop Gorman Move Them Chains” to serve as the Gaels’ anthem.

In the song, he incorporates the famous “I believe that we will win” chant.

Like it or not, it’s definitely the most unique fight song out there.

H/t to For The Win
Thumbnail photo via Ed Szczepanski/USA TODAY Sports

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