We’re convinced Snoop Dogg has more hours in a day than the rest of us. In addition to his work behind a mic, he also finds the time to moonlight as a nature documentary narrator, talk show host, WWE Hall of Fame inductee, and youth football coach.

In 2005, he started the Snoop Youth Football League as a way to give inner-city kids a chance to play organized football. Thousands of kids have participated in the decade since its inception, including eventual Kansas City Chiefs running back De’Anthony Thomas.

Now, in a new TV series called Coach Snoop, the legendary rapper invites cameras along as he coaches his team of 11 and 12-year-olds in Southern California. In Episode 1, “My True Calling,” we saw Snoop introduce his team and explain why he started the league. Above, you can watch the team travel from Los Angeles to the Bay Area for their first game of the year in Episode 2, “My True Calling Part 2.”

The nine-episode season will see a national release on AOL this Thursday, May 19.