Snoop Dogg joined onstage by Tinie Tempah at Glastonbury

Damon Albarn and Dizzee Rascal watch set from side of stage

Snoop Dogg was joined by Tinie Tempah for his Glastonbury debut (June 25) this afternoon on the Pyramid Stage.

The US rapper welcomed on Tempah to perform a version of the UK rapper’s recent Number One single ‘Pass Out’ two-thirds of the way into the show. Tempah revelled in the collaboration, leaping off stage to high five fans in the front row.

Elsewhere in the set Snoop played older fan favourites including ‘Gin And Juice’ and ‘Bitch Please’.

“I’m having so much fun,” Snoop said shortly into the set. “I had to smoke a bit of that weed, have something to drink.”

Later he played his Akon collaboration ‘I Wanna Love You’, led a crowd singalong of “ole ole” and paid tribute to Tupac Shakur by playing a medley of his songs.

Among those watching in the wings were Damon Albarn – with Snoop expected to join Gorillaz onstage later – and Dizzee Rascal.

Snoop ended his set with ‘Who Am I (What’s My Name)?’, telling the crowd that the most important thing they can do every morning is brush their teeth, thank God then “smoke weed”.

Snoop Dogg played:

‘The Next Episode’
‘Gangsta Luv’
‘Gin And Juice’
‘I Wanna Love You’
‘Deep Cover’
‘Bitch Please’
Tupac Shakur medley
‘Sensual Seduction’
‘Pass Out’
‘Jump Around’
‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’
‘I Wanna Rock’
‘Who Am I (What’s My Name)?’

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