Snoop Dogg, Death Row Records and Stevenson Ranch have a 5-piece capsule collection coming this month

In the ultimate blend of country and hip-hop, Stevenson Ranch has announced it is teaming up with Snoop Dogg and Death Row Records. Celebrating its 2-year anniversary in November 2022, Stevenson Ranch released limited edition capsule collections including collabs with JBL Audio, Johnny Manziel and more.

This new collaboration with Snoop Dogg and Death Row Records includes a social media campaign starring the Compton Cowboys. A portion of all sales will be donated to the Compton Jr Equestrians non-profit foundation.

According to Stevenson Ranch, “the power of organic social media, Stevenson Ranch has become a cultural phenomenon across the world. Their signature hat and tagline “Not My First Rodeo” has become an eight figure lifestyle sensation, worn by everyone from Morgan Wallen and Baker Mayfield to The Kid LAROI and now Snoop Dogg.”

Stevenson Ranch x Snoop Dogg

The limited edition capsule collection will be on sale ” Sunday, 18th, December at 10AM PST sold exclusively in-store at Snoopy’s Clothing – 905a S Prairie Ave Inglewood, CA (located near So-Fi Stadium) and Stevenson Ranch’s ecommerce channels at https://stevensonranch.store/ or via their App available on both Apple and Android devices.”

The collection includes;

  • Stevenson Ranch x Snoop Dogg/Death Row – Trucker Hat $50.00
  • Stevenson Ranch x Snoop Dogg/Death Row – T-Shirt  $50.00
  • Stevenson Ranch x Snoop Dogg/Death Row – Crewneck  $100.00
  • Stevenson Ranch x Snoop Dogg/Death Row – Lighter $6.00

All prices are in USD.

“Death Row Records and Stevenson Ranch, December 18th ya digg” says Snoop himself. The Snoop Dogg collaboration pays homage to Stevenson Ranch’s Nashville roots and their mutual love for the game of football. The social campaign features the iconic Los Angeles based equestrian group ‘The Compton Cowboys’ whose motto is “the streets raised us, and the horses saved us.” The campaigns feature music from Snoop Dogg / Death Row Records and a song by Randy Savvy; founding member of the Compton Cowboys. 

Leo Stevenson
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I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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