With all the classic lyrics like "I like hemoglobin in my mouth... humans taste like trout", "I'll drink your blood if you got sickle-cell anemia", raping & a country flavor will make We're Comin' To Kill Ya by Zachariah & The Lobos Riders go off at your Halloween party.
Last month, Ian Neale from Newport earned a place in horticultural history by cultivating the 38.8kg (85.5lb) swede. Now Snoop Dogg want to know his secrets, to help grow his... umm... well crop.
Snoop did a shout out on youtube "Man, I want to tell you something, when I do my show in Cardiff, I want you to come backstage and see me because I do vegetation myself and I want to know your secret. So Ian Neale … come see your boy Snoop Dogg, I've got two tickets for you when I get to town. Ya dig?"
Mr Neale told Sky News Online: "I've never heard of him... I'm a country and western man myself." The 68-year-old has been growing oversized vegetables for 30 years, and has previously produced a beetroot weighing 23.5kg (51.5lbs) and cucumber that grew to 107cm (42.12in).
Mr Neale said he had decided to take Snoop up on his offer after a woman who works with him told him off for not accepting the free tickets.
"She nearly wiped the floor with me... So we're going to go along together," he said.
Actor William Shatner has recorded a cover version of Black Sabbath's heavy metal track Iron Man for his new concept album.
The Star Trek icon is working on his third musical release, Searching for Major Tom, which features Shatner channelling David Bowie's Space Oddity character for his own take on a variety of space-themed songs, including tracks by The Police (Walking on the Moon), Frank Sinatra (Lost in the Stars) and Pink Floyd (Learning to Fly).
Shatner's version of Black Sabbath's 1970 hit has been given the thumbs up from Zakk Wylde, Ozzy Osbourne's former guitarist, who you can see collaborating with the veteran TV star on the track below.
Wylde says, "He's super cool. We had an awesome time working together."
Searching for Major Tom is due for release later this month (Oct11) but if you can't wait, I have hunted it down for you. Enjoy (or not...)