Michael Rapaport Raps “G’z Up, Hoes Down” with Snoop Dogg on a New GGN

Unless you’ve been living in an underground bug-out bunker for the last three decades, you’ve probably seen Michael Rapaport before. 

The actor and comedian has appeared in over 60 feature films during his career, including Quentin Tarantino and Tony Scott’s True Romance (alongside Brad Pitt’s iconic couch-locked stoner character, Floyd), John Singleton’s Higher Learning, and Eddie Murphy’s Metro and Dr. Doolittle 2. His love for all things hip-hop landed him a director’s gig for the A Tribe Called Quest documentary Beats, Rhymes, & Life, and you can currently catch him on the Netflix dramedy hit Atypical, where he plays the dad-with-a-heart-of-gold raising a queer daughter and son with autism. 

On a fresh episode of GGN, Snoop invites Rapaport to the studio, and the two actually do some rapping.