But even Snoop Lion may have pushed it too far this time, arriving in Greece on Thursday wearing a frilly yellow shower cap.
Touching down in Mykonos, the 41-year-old rapper hid his famous dreadlocks under the unusual headgear as he made his way from the airport into a waiting car.
Bath time? Rapper Snoop Lion, formerly Snoop Dogg, arrived in Greece wearing a yellow and white shower cap on Thursday
Snoop Lion, who recently changed his stage name from Snoop Dogg, no doubt startled holiday-goers with his unusual choice of hat.
The father-of-three showed off his individual sense of style further with his outfit, teaming his bath cap with a black and white Adidas tracksuit, yellow sandals and a leather jacket.
Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr., kept his ubiquitous jewellery to a minimum for travel, wearing just two gold medallions and one large ring on the flight.
Unique: The 41-year-old showed off his individual sense of style, teaming his bath cap with a black and white tracksuit, yellow sandals and a leather jacket.
Mirrored sunglasses may have been an attempt at avoiding recognition, however the bright yellow cap quickly stamped out that notion.
The Ashtrays And Heartbreaks singer landed on the idyllic Greek island ahead of his performance on Thursday night at Club Paradise.
King of bling: Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr., kept his ubiquitous jewellery to a minimum for travel, wearing just two gold medallions and one large ring
Snoop recently collaborated with Miley Cyrus on his latest album Reincarnated.
Chatting to E! News in June, he said of the young star: 'Wow. Miley Cyrus, working with her was awesome.'
'She was somebody who fit the record, she had the right energy, the right spirit, the right soul and it's just the right tone right now.'
Feeling blue: According to this picture posted by the musician on Thursday, he resorts to various methods for keeping his dreadlocks off his face
Here we go again! Mr Lion shared a picture of himself on Tuesday wearing the same yellow cap on a private flight in France