Snoop Dogg's Hustlaz: Diary of a Pimp
|Snoop Dogg's Hustlaz: Diary of a Pimp|
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|Directed by||Snoop Dogg|
|Produced by||Patti Rhodes-Lincoln, Snoop Dogg|
|Music by||Snoop Dogg|
|Distributed by||LFP Distribution|
Snoop Dogg's Hustlaz: Diary of a Pimp is a mixed hardcore pornography and hip hop music video featuring the music of rapper Snoop Dogg, produced by Hustler Video. The video was also directed, co-produced and presented by Snoop, although he does not feature in any sex scenes. In the films credits, Snoop is listed under the moniker "Snoop Scorsese". The movie was released in 2002, a year after Snoop Dogg set the trend of mixed hip hop porn movies with Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle.
This film features Snoop hosting a party with more than 40 porn stars. Snoop plays the role of a pimp, who dresses in outlandish outfits, and persuades a prudish journalist to become one of his girls. The movie became the top-selling U.S. pornographic film of 2003.
- Snoop Dogg as The Doggfather, non-sex role
- Chelsea Blue as Lana Gammons
- Mark Ashley - non-sex role
- Ashley Long
- Billy Banks
- Flick Shagwell
- Holly Hollywood
- Honney Bunny
- Jade Hsu
- Nyomi Marcella
- Tony Eveready
- Nikki Fairchild
- Manuel Ferrara
- Steve Hatcher
- Darren James
- Sin Nye
- Skyy Jolie
- Billy D
- Mr. Marcus
- Brian Pumper
- Rafe - non-sex role
- Marty Romano
- Taylor St. Clair
- John West
- Jason Zupalo
- Ice La Fox
- Shyla Stylez
- Brittany Skye
- Mia Smiles
- Sabrine Maui - non-sex role
Awards and nominations - partial listing
- 2004 AVN Award winner - 'Top Selling Release of the Year'
- 2004 AVN Award winner - 'Best Ethnic-Themed Release - Black'
- 2004 AVN Award double nominee – 'Best Non-Sex Performance, Film or Video' for Chelsea Blue and, separately, for Snoop Dogg
- 2004 AVN Award nominee – 'Best All-Girl Sex Scene, Video' for Mia Smiles, Dee, Holly Hollywood & Ice D’Angelo
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- Martin Edlund (2004-03-07). "Hip-Hop’s Crossover to the Adult Aisle". New York Times. Retrieved 2009-06-17.
- Dan Frosch (July 2004). Vibe, Vol. 12, No. 7. Vibe Media Group. p. 102. ISSN 1070-4701.
- Staff. "2004 AVN Award winners and categories". Adult Video News. Retrieved 16 January 2014.
- "Nominations for 2004 AVN Awards Show" (PDF). AVN.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2003-12-03. Retrieved 2008-03-13.