Snoop Dogg pairs with Symantec to fight cybercrime

Snoop Dogg may dig some real life illicit activities like smoking weed rolling with hos, but he isn’t down with the online sort.

Snoop has teamed up with Norton to encourage the internet public to submit rap videos that are shorter than two minutes, with a theme of “Hack is Wack.” On HackisWack.com, Norton explains what they’re looking for in submissions and details the grand prize for the sickest beat:

A panel of Norton representatives along with Snoop’s management will judge videos based on originality, creativity and how well they convey the anti-cybercrime message. At the end of the contest, a grand prize winner will be selected and receive two tickets with accommodations to a Snoop concert, the opportunity to meet his management or agent and a super cool Toshiba laptop. We’ve included some tips on the different elements of cybercrime to help guide you and ignite your creativity. And remember, keep the content clean, have fun and Hack Is Wack!

The site encourages rap hopefuls to pimp their entries on social media sites like Twitter with the hashtag #SnoopNorton. The contest is accepting submissions until September 30th, and winners will be announced October 20th. If you’ve got some dope ass flow about hacking, identity theft and malware, you can enter here.