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Snoop Dogg – Doggystyle

Calvin Broadus' canine alias lent his prowess to eight tracks on the West Coast foundation, The Chronic. A certified classic produced by The Doctor, Doggystyle was a transition describing the intricacies of the lowrider Dre built. Snoop Dogg rose to the top of the Billboard charts in his first week and gained platinum status four times over.

Praised for his distinct realist flow, Snoop makes even the simplest of house parties sound like an elaborate rendezvous in “Gin and Juice.” The Dogg brags about his street resume and personality being infamous on the leading single “Who Am I (What’s My Name),” that perfectly meshes his voice with the bass-infused synths from the G-Funk sound.

In a track featuring Kurupt, Warren G and Nate Dogg, the three swap verses on “Aint No Fun if The Homies Can’t Have None.” The Long Beach product’s greatest work goes hand-in-hand with the laid-back California coast and Chevy Impalas.

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