Snoop Dogg might be a world famous rapper, but that isn't what he's most proud of these days. If you keep up with Snoop at all, you know how much he values his work in youth football. Now, fans will get an inside look at his Snoop Youth Football League. A new series called Coach Snoop is set to debut this Thursday (May 19) on AOL. Here's how AOL describes the new streaming series.

"See a different side of Snoop Dogg in COACH SNOOP, a unique documentary which details the famous rapper's efforts to mentor young athletes and create opportunities for them to compete at the highest level of youth football. Viewers of the AOL Original series will meet the kids and coaches that form Snoop's squad -- and witness the important life lessons they learn with every game."

In the trailer, Snoop Dogg says that music was simply a way to give himself the platform for his true calling in life.

"Music was a great way for me to introduce myself to the people, but my true calling is to really be a mentor," Snoop says.

Coach Snoop will debut in its entirety at 12:01 am EST this Thursday. All nine episodes of the series will be available for streaming at, which currently links you to the trailer for the documentary series.

Snoop Dogg might be focused on his work as a youth mentor, but that isn't stopping him from putting time in the studio for some new music either. The Doggfather is currently crafting a new solo album with significant help from prodcuer Just Blaze.

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