In conjunction with the upcoming DreamWorks film Turbo, Snoop Lion (Formerly Snoop Dogg) and his friends held a not-so-impromptu concert just outside the halls of the Los Angeles Convention Center at Nokia Theater L.A. Live where the 2013 E3 Expo was being held. Snoop dressed in his typical West Coast fashion performed “Let the Bass Go” the lead single for the soundtrack of the film. Snoop’s voice will also appear in the film as “Smoove Move” one of the main characters. Snoop also performed his hits “Drop it Like It’s Hot” and “The Next Episode”. The DreamWorks-sponsored concert event had others from the “Turbo” cast who showed up like Michelle Rodriguez and Michael Pena. Ryan Reynolds stars as the lead character, Turbo, who is a snail trying to live life in the fast lane. Snoop definitely brought energy to the stage and it was nice to see him up close and personal. There were Turbo inspired Tacos for the crowd as well as a gaming booth sponsored by Verizon. Turbo, the film is due in theaters on July 17.