“Musically, visually, sexually – Prince was the greatest to ever do it. Point blank,” he told People magazine during a recent visit to Atlanta. “He showed us how to seduce a woman; make music that felt good to women and appealed to men as well. He stayed in tune with his feminine side while remaining masculine.”
The Doggfather remembers one particular time when he sat next to Prince during a basketball game – a love they both shared – and being wowed by the woman he was with. He says even his wife had to do a double take.
“I was with Shante and he had this beautiful friend with him,” Snoop told the magazine. “I mean, she was hot. Even my wife was like, ‘Damn, she is fine. But that was him! He always had one or two of the baddest chicks on his arm.”
Certainly Prince’s romantic interests have been the envy of dudes for years — from Vanity to Sheila E., and Snoop, like a lot of men, took astute notes from the music legend for his own “Sensual Seduction.”