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Bow Wow (Shad Gregory Moss) is a popular rap artist, record producer, TV host and actor.
He was initially known in mainstream by his pseudonym Lil’ Bow Wow till 2003 after which he started to use the name Bow Wow in his albums.
"I pop out of this little Volkswagen full of weed smoke with my hair standing on end." The small-budget idea was later re-purposed in videos such as J-Kwon's "Tipsy" and Oowee's "Why Cry", which features Snoop and is a shot-by-shot remake of the "Gin and Juice" video.
The music video was parodied in the video for "DPK", where Snoop, carried on the front of a bicycle, gets hit by a car driven by B. Knocc Out and Dresta, two of Eazy-E's protégés with whom Snoop Dogg and Dr. In April 2005, the video was fourth on MTV2 and XXL's list of the 25 Greatest West Coast Videos.
"Gin and Juice" has been covered by other groups, including alternative country group The Gourds in 1996, lounge singer Richard Cheese in 2004, and comedians Naked Trucker and T-Bones in 2007.
His body does not bear the signs of bodybuilding but has no fat as well that spoils the look."Old Mac Donald Had a Farm" is a children's song and nursery rhyme about a farmer named Mac Donald (sometimes known as "Mc Donald" or "Macdonald") and the various animals he keeps on his farm.Each verse of the song changes the name of the animal and its respective noise.In many versions, the song is cumulative, with the animal sounds from all the earlier verses added to each subsequent verse. Walker of Missouri in 1922, a version that names different parts of the mule rather than different animals: A British version of the song, called "The Farmyard, or The Merry Green Fields," was collected in 1908 from a 74-year-old Mrs.This version lists seven species of animal: some dogs (bow-wow), some hens (cluck cluck), some ducks (quack quack), some cows (moo moo), some pigs (oink oink), some cats (meow meow), and a donkey (hee-haw). Goodey at Marylebone Workhouse, London, and published in Cecil Sharp's Collection of English Folk Songs.