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Snoop Dogg (1971)

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Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr. , better known by his stage name Snoop Dogg, is an American rapper, singer, record producer, and actor. Snoop is best known as a rapper in the West Coast hip hop scene, and for being one of Dr. Dre's most notable protégés. Snoop Dogg was a Crip gang member while in high school. Shortly after graduation, he was arrested for cocaine possession and spent six months in Wayside County Jail. His music career began in 1992 after his release when he was discovered by Dr. Dre. He collaborated on several tracks on Dre's solo debut, The Chronic and on the titular theme song to the film Deep Cover.

Snoop's debut album Doggystyle, was released in 1993 under Death Row Records making a debut at No.1 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B charts. Selling almost a million copies in the first week of its release, Doggystyle quickly became certified 4x platinum in 1994 and spawned several hit singles, including "What's My Name" and "Gin & Juice". In 1994, Snoop released a soundtrack on Death Row Records for the short film Murder Was The Case, starring himself. In early 1996, Snoop Dogg was cleared of charges over his bodyguard's 1993 murder of Philip Woldemariam. His second album, late 1996's Tha Doggfather, also debuted at No.1 on both charts with "Snoop's Upside Ya Head" as the lead single. The album sold only half as well, being certified double platinum in 1997.

Tha Doggfather was his last release for Death Row before he signed with No Limit Records, where he recorded his next three albums. Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told in 1998, No Limit Top Dogg in 1999 , and Tha Last Meal in 2000, which was his last No Limit Records album. Snoop then signed with Priority/Capitol/EMI Records in 2002, where he released his album Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss. Then he signed with Geffen Records in 2004 for his next three albums R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece, Tha Blue Carpet Treatment, and Ego Trippin'. Malice 'n Wonderland and Doggumentary , his most recent release, were on Priority.

In addition to music, Snoop Dogg has starred in motion pictures and hosted several television shows: Doggy Fizzle Televizzle, Snoop Dogg's Father Hood and Dogg After Dark. He also coaches a youth football league and high school football team. He has run into many legal troubles, some of which caused him to be legally banned from the UK and Australia, although the UK ban was later reversed after a long legal battle. He is the cousin of Nate Dogg, Daz Dillinger, RBX and Lil' ½ Dead and the cousin of R&B singers Brandy and Ray J. Starting September 2009, Snoop was hired by EMI as the chairman of a reactivated Priority Records.

  Biography  

 life and career
 Early life
Named after his stepfather, Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Sr. (December 10, 1948 – November 9, 1985, Los Angeles), Calvin Broadus was born October 20, 1971 at the Los Altos Hospital in Long Beach, California, the second of three sons of Beverly Broadus (née Tate; born April 27, 1951, McComb, Mississippi). His father, Vernall Varnado , was a Vietnam veteran, singer, and mail carrier who was said to be frequently absent from his life. Broadus' parents nicknamed him "Snoopy" as a child because of his appearance, but usually addressed him as Calvin at home. His mother and stepfather divorced in 1975. At an early age, Broadus began singing in Golgotha Trinity Baptist Church and playing piano; when he was in sixth grade, he began rapping. He attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School, and was convicted for cocaine trafficking, serving six months at the Wayside County Jail.

As a teenager, Snoop Dogg frequently ran into trouble with the law. Snoop Dogg was a member of the Rollin' 20 Crips gang in the Eastside of Long Beach, although he stated in 1993 that he never joined a gang. Shortly after graduating from high school, he was arrested for possession of cocaine. Snoop Dogg's conviction caused him to be frequently in and out of prison for the first three years after he graduated from high school. Snoop, along with his cousins Nate Dogg and Lil' ½ Dead and friend Warren G, recorded home made tapes as a group called 213, named after the Long Beach area code at the time. One of his early solo freestyles over En Vogue's "Hold On" had made it to a mixtape which was heard by influential producer Dr. Dre, who phoned to invite him to an audition. Former N.W.A member The D.O.C. taught him how to structure his lyrics and separate the thematics into verses, hooks and chorus.

 1992–93: Doggystyle
When he began recording, Broadus took the stage name Snoop Doggy Dogg. Dr. Dre began working with Snoop Dogg, first on the theme song of the 1992 film Deep Cover, and then on Dr. Dre's debut solo album The Chronic with the other members of his former starting group, Tha Dogg Pound. The huge success of Snoop Dogg's debut Doggystyle was partially because of this intense exposure.

To fuel the ascendance of West Coast G-funk hip hop, the singles "Who Am I (What's My Name)?" and "Gin and Juice" reached the top ten most-played songs in the United States, and the album stayed on the Billboard charts for several months. Gangsta rap became the center of arguments for censorship and labeling, with Snoop Dogg often used as an example of violent and misogynistic musicians. Doggystyle, much like The Chronic, featured a host of rappers signed to or affiliated with the Death Row label including Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, Nate Dogg and others. Rolling Stone music critic Touré asserted that Snoop had a relatively soft vocal delivery compared to other rappers: "Snoop's vocal style is part of what distinguishes him: where many rappers scream, figuratively and literally, he speaks softly."

A short film about Snoop Dogg's murder trial called Murder Was The Case, was released in 1994, along with an accompanying soundtrack. On July 6, 1995, Doggy Style Records, Inc., a record label founded by Snoop Dogg, was registered with the California Secretary of State as business entity number C1923139.

 1996–97: Tha Doggfather
After Snoop Dogg was acquitted of murder charges on February 20, 1996, he and the mother of his son and their kennel of 20 pit bulls moved into a home in the hills of Claremont, California and by August 1996 Doggy Style Records, a subsidiary of Death Row Records, signed The Gap Band's Charlie Wilson as one of the record label's first artists.

However, by the time Snoop Dogg's second album, Tha Doggfather, was released in November 1996, the price of living the gangsta life had become very evident. Among the many notable hip hop industry deaths and convictions were the death of Snoop Dogg's friend and labelmate 2Pac and the racketeering indictment of Death Row co-founder Suge Knight. Dr. Dre had left Death Row earlier in 1996 because of a contract dispute, so Snoop Dogg co-produced Tha Doggfather with Daz Dillinger and DJ Pooh.

This album featured a distinct change of style as compared to Doggystyle, and the leadoff single, "Snoop's Upside Ya Head", featured a collaboration with Gap Band frontman Charlie Wilson. While the album sold reasonably well, it was not as successful as its predecessor. However, Tha Doggfather had a somewhat softer approach to the G-funk style. The immediate aftermath of Dr. Dre's withdrawal from Death Row Records, realizing that he was subject to an iron-clad time-based contract , Snoop Dogg refused to produce any more tracks for Suge Knight, other than the insulting "Fuck Death Row", until his contract expired. In an interview with Neil Strauss in 1998, Snoop Dogg stated that though he had been given lavish gifts by his former label they had withheld royalty payments to the artist.

Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic said that after Tha Doggfather, Snoop Dogg began "moving away from his gangsta roots toward a calmer lyrical aesthetic": for instance, Snoop participated in the 1997 Lollapalooza concert tour, which featured mainly alternative rock music. Troy J. Augusto of Variety noticed that Snoop's set at Lollapalooza attracted "much dancing, and, strangely, even a small mosh pit" in the audience.

 1998–2000: No Limit, Top Dogg and Tha Last Meal
Snoop signed with Master P's No Limit Records in 1998 and debuted on the label with Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told that year. His other albums from No Limit were No Limit Top Dogg in 1999 and Tha Last Meal in 2000 . In 2001, his autobiography, Tha Doggfather, was published.

 2002: Paid tha Cost to Be da Bo$$
In 2002 he released the album Paid tha Cost to Be da Bo$$, on Priority/Capitol/EMI Records, selling over 1,300,000 copies. The album featured the hit singles "From tha Chuuuch to da Palace" and "Beautiful", featuring guest vocals by Pharrell. By this stage in his career, Snoop Dogg had left behind his "gangster" image and embraced a "pimp" image.

 2004–05: R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece
In 2004, Snoop signed to Geffen Records/Star Trak Entertainment both of which are distributed through Interscope Records; Star Trak is headed by producer duo The Neptunes, which produced several tracks for Snoop's 2004 release R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece. "Drop It Like It's Hot" , the first single released from the album, was a hit and became Snoop Dogg's first single to reach number one. His third release was "Signs", featuring Justin Timberlake and Charlie Wilson, which entered the UK chart at #2. This was his highest entry ever in the UK chart. The album sold 1,724,000 copies in the U.S. alone, and most of its singles were heavily played on radio and television. Snoop Dogg joined Warren G and Nate Dogg to form the group 213 and released album The Hard Way in 2004. Debuting at No.4 on the Billboard 200 and No.1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, it included single "Groupie Luv". Together with fellow rappers Lil' Jon, Xzibit and David Banner, Snoop Dogg appeared in the music video for Korn's "Twisted Transistor".

 2006: Tha Blue Carpet Treatment
Snoop Dogg's appeared on two tracks from Ice Cube's 2006 album Laugh Now, Cry Later, including the single "Go to Church", and on several tracks on Tha Dogg Pound's Cali Iz Active the same year. Also, his latest song, "Real Talk", was leaked over the Internet in the summer of 2006 and a video was later released on the Internet. "Real Talk" was a dedication to former Crips leader Stanley "Tookie" Williams and a diss to Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governor of California. Two other singles on which Snoop made a guest performance were "Keep Bouncing" by Too $hort and "Gangsta Walk" by Coolio.

Snoop's 2006 album, Tha Blue Carpet Treatment, debuted on the Billboard 200 at No.5 and has sold over 850,000 copies. The album and the second single "That's That Shit" featuring R. Kelly were well received by critics. In the album, he collaborated in a video with E-40 and other West Coast rappers for his single "Candy (Drippin' Like Water)".

 2007–08: Ego Trippin
In July 2007, Snoop Dogg also made history by becoming the first artist to release a track as a ringtone prior to its release as a single, which was "It's the D.O.G." On July 7, 2007, Snoop Dogg performed at the Live Earth concert, Hamburg. Snoop Dogg has ventured into singing for Bollywood with his first ever rap for an Indian movie Singh Is Kinng; the title of the song is also "Singh is Kinng". He also appears in the movie as himself.
The album featuring the song was released on June 8, 2008 on Junglee Music Records. He released his ninth studio album, Ego Trippin' , along with the first single, "Sexual Eruption". The single peaked at No.7 on the Billboard 100, featuring Snoop using autotune. The album featured production from QDT (Quik-Dogg-Teddy).

 2009–10: Malice n Wonderland and More Malice
Snoop was appointed an executive position at Priority Records. His tenth studio album, Malice n Wonderland, was released on December 8, 2009. The first single from the album, "Gangsta Luv", featuring The-Dream, peaked at No.35 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album debuted at No.23 on the Billboard 200, selling 61,000 copies its first week, making it his lowest charting album. His third single, "I Wanna Rock", peaked at No.41 on the Billboard Hot 100. Snoop features on the latest Gorillaz album, Plastic Beach. The fourth single from Malice n Wonderland, titled "Pronto", featuring Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, was released on iTunes on December 1, 2009. Snoop re-released the album under the name More Malice.

 2011-present: Doggumentary
Snoop collaborated with Katy Perry on the first single from her second mainstream album, "California Gurls", which was released on May 11, 2010. Snoop can also be heard on the track "Flashing" by Dr. Dre and on Curren$y's song "Seat Change". He was also featured on a new single from Australian singer Jessica Mauboy, titled "Get 'em Girls" . Snoop's latest effort was backing American recording artist, Emii, on her second single entitled "Mr. Romeo" (released October 26, 2010 as a follow-up to "Magic"). Snoop also collaborated with American comedy troupe The Lonely Island in their song "Turtleneck & Chain", in their 2011 album Turtleneck & Chain.

Snoop Dogg's newest studio album is Doggumentary, The album was renamed to Doggumentary and was released during March 2011. Snoop was featured on Gorillaz' latest album Plastic Beach on a track called: "Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach" with the The Hypnotic Brass, he also completed another track with them entitled "Sumthing Like this Night" which does not appear on Plastic Beach, yet does appear on Doggumentary. He also appears on the latest Tech N9ne album All 6's And 7's on a track called "Pornographic" which also features E-40 and Krizz Kaliko.

 personal life
Broadus's father left the family when Broadus was three months old. Snoop married his high school sweetheart, Shante Taylor, on June 12, 1997. On May 21, 2004, he filed for divorce from Shante, citing irreconcilable differences. The couple renewed their wedding vows on January 12, 2008. R&B singers Brandy and Ray J are his first cousins. In 2002, the rapper announced he was giving up marijuana, one of his image trademarks, for good. According to his IMDb biography, Snoop is a fan of the thrash metal band Metallica and performed their song "Sad But True" on the band's 2003 MTV Icon Special which is available on YouTube. A DNA test read by George Lopez on Lopez Tonight revealed Snoop Dogg to be of 0% East Asian, 23% Native American, 6% European, and 71% African descent.

Snoop is an avid fan of hometown teams Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles Lakers. Snoop is also an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan. and is often seen wearing Pittsburgh Steelers apparel. Snoop has mentioned that his love for the Steelers began in the 1970s during the team's dynasty years while watching the team with his grandfather growing up in L.A. In the 2005 offseason, Snoop mentioned that he wanted to be an NFL head coach, "probably for the Steelers". The following year, he was in attendance for the Steelers' victory in Super Bowl XL and later in Super Bowl XLIII. He is also a fan of the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys, often wearing a No.5 jersey, and has been seen at Raiders training camps. He did his own free style rap based on his similarities with Tony Romo. He is also a fan of the USC Trojans Football team. He has also shown affection for the New England Patriots, as he has been seen performing at the Gillette Stadium and picked the Patriots as the favorite to win Super Bowl XXXIX against the Eagles. On August 6, 2009, Snoop visited the training camp of the Baltimore Ravens at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland. He was invited by Ray Lewis the day after his concert at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland.

A certified football coach, Snoop Dogg has been head coach for his son's youth football teams and the John A. Rowland High School team.

Snoop Dogg is an avid hockey fan; he sported a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey (with the name and number 'GIN AND JUICE' 94 on the back) and a jersey of the now-defunct Springfield Indians of the American Hockey League in his 1994 music video, "Gin And Juice". On the E! show, Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood, Snoop Dogg and his family received lessons on playing hockey from the Anaheim Ducks, then returning to the Honda Center to cheer on the Ducks against the Vancouver Canucks in the episode Snow in da Hood.

In 2009, it was revealed that Snoop Dogg was a member of the Nation of Islam. On March 1, 2009, he made an appearance at the Nation of Islam's annual Saviours' Day holiday, where he praised minister Louis Farrakhan. Snoop claimed to be a member of the Nation of Islam, but he declined to give the date on which he joined. He also donated $1,000 to the organization.

Snoop claimed in a 2006 interview with Rolling Stone magazine that unlike other hip hop artists who've superficially adopted the pimp persona, he was an actual professional pimp in 2003 and 2004, saying "That shit was my natural calling and once I got involved with it, it became fun. It was like shootin' layups for me. I was makin' 'em every time." He goes on to say that upon the advice on some of the other pimps he knew, he eventually gave up pimping to spend more time with his family.

 Legal issues

Shortly after graduating from high school, he was arrested for possession of cocaine.

While recording Doggystyle in August 1993, Snoop Dogg was arrested in connection with the death of Phillip Woldermarian, a member of a rival gang who was shot and killed by Snoop's bodyguard, McKinley Lee; Snoop was charged with murder along with Lee as he was driving the vehicle from which the shooting had commenced. Snoop and Lee were defended by Johnnie Cochran. Both Snoop and Lee were acquitted; Lee was acquitted on grounds of self-defense, but Snoop Dogg remained entangled in the legal battles around the case for three years.

In July 1993, Snoop was stopped for a traffic violation and a firearm was found by police while conducting a search of his car. In February 1997, he pleaded guilty to one count of being an ex-felon in possession of a handgun and was ordered to record three public service announcements, pay a $1,000 fine, and serve three years' probation.

In May 1998, Snoop Dogg was fined and arrested for a misdemeanor of marijuana possession.

In October 2001, Snoop Dogg was arrested again for a misdemeanor of marijuana possession. In 2002 he pleaded no contest and was fined a total of $398.30 and received a suspended 30-day jail sentence.

Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, and The Game were sued for assaulting a fan on stage at a May 2005 concert at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, Washington. The accuser, Richard Monroe, Jr., claimed he was beaten by the artists' entourage while mounting the stage. He alleged that he reacted to an "open invite" to come on stage. Before he could, Snoop’s bodyguards grabbed him and he was beaten unconscious by crewmembers, including the rapper and producer Soopafly; Snoop and The Game were included in the suit for not intervening. The lawsuit focuses on a pecuniary claim of $22 million in punitive and compensatory damages, battery, negligence, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The concerned parties appeared in court in April 2009.

On April 26, 2006, Snoop Dogg and members of his entourage were arrested after being turned away from British Airways' first class lounge at Heathrow Airport. Snoop and his party were not allowed to enter the lounge because some of the entourage were flying first class, other members in economy class. After the group was escorted outside, they vandalized a duty-free shop by throwing whiskey bottles. Seven police officers were injured in the midst of the disturbance. After a night in prison, Snoop and the other men were released on bail on April 27, but he was unable to perform at the Premier Foods People's Concert in Johannesburg on the same day. As part of his bail conditions, he had to return to the police station in May. The group has been banned by British Airways for "the foreseeable future." When Snoop Dogg appeared at a London police station on May 11, he was cautioned for affray under Section 4 of the Public Order Act for use of threatening words or behavior. On May 15, the Home Office decided that Snoop Dogg should be denied entry to the United Kingdom for the foreseeable future due to the incident at Heathrow as well as his previous convictions in the United States for drugs and firearms offenses. Snoop Dogg's visa card was rejected by local authorities on March 24, 2007 because of the Heathrow incident. A concert at London's Wembley Arena on March 27 went ahead with Diddy and the rest of the show. However the decision affected four more British performances in Cardiff, Manchester and Glasgow and Budapest . As of March 2010, Snoop Dogg has been allowed back into the UK.

On September 27, 2006, Snoop Dogg was detained at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California by airport security, after airport screeners found a collapsible police baton in Snoop's carry-on bag. The baton was confiscated but Snoop was allowed to board the flight. He has been charged with various weapons violations stemming from this incident. Donald Etra, Snoop's lawyer, told deputies the baton was a prop for a musical sketch. Snoop was sentenced to three years' probation and 160 hours of community service starting on September 20, 2007.

Snoop Dogg was arrested again on October 26, 2006 at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California while parked in a passenger loading zone. Approached by airport security for a traffic infraction, he was found in possession of marijuana and a firearm, according to a police statement. He was transported to Burbank Police Department Jail, booked, and released on $35,000 bond. He faced firearm and drug possession charges on December 12 at Burbank Superior Court.

He was again arrested on November 29, 2006, after performing on The Tonight Show, for possession of marijuana and a firearm.

Snoop was arrested again on March 12, 2007 in Stockholm, Sweden after performing in a concert with P. Diddy in Stockholm's Globe Arena after he and a female companion reportedly "reeked" of marijuana. They were released four hours later after providing a urine sample. The results on urine determined whether charges would be pressed. However the rapper denied all charges.

On April 26, 2007, the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship banned him from entering the country on character grounds, citing his prior criminal convictions. He had been scheduled to appear at the MTV Australia Video Music Awards on April 29, 2007. Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship lifted the ban in September 2008 and had granted him visa to tour Australia. DIAC said "In making this decision, the department weighed his criminal convictions against his previous behaviour while in Australia, recent conduct – including charity work – and any likely risk to the Australian community ... We took into account all relevant factors and, on balance, the department decided to grant the visa."

Snoop Dogg's many legal issues forced San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom to withdraw his plan to issue a proclamation to the rapper.

Snoop Dogg was banned from Parkpop, a festival in the Netherlands on June 27, 2010, where he was scheduled to perform. The mayor and law enforcement officials asked organizers of the festival to find an artist more “open and friendly” to play the event.

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Young, Wild & Free 03:27 13/12/2011
Let's Go Study 04:05 13/12/2011
Talent Show 04:35 13/12/2011
6:30 04:10 13/12/2011
That Good 03:48 13/12/2011
You Can Put it in a Zag, I’mma Put it in a Blunt 03:19 13/12/2011
World Class 03:30 13/12/2011
I Get Lifted 04:52 13/12/2011
It Could Be Easy 04:48 13/12/2011
Smokin' On 04:28 13/12/2011
French Inhale 02:39 13/12/2011
OG 04:58 13/12/2011
Wonder What It Do 03:43 29/03/2010
Gangbang Rookie 03:46 29/03/2010
It's D Only Thang 03:16 29/03/2010
My Own Way 03:05 29/03/2010
El Lay 04:06 29/03/2010
Raised in da Hood 03:39 29/03/2010
The Way Life Used to Be 03:43 29/03/2010
We Rest N Cali 04:10 29/03/2010
Eyez Closed 05:02 29/03/2010
Toyz n Da Hood 02:40 29/03/2010
Boom 03:50 29/03/2010
Superman 02:05 29/03/2010
Platinum 04:29 29/03/2010
Sumthing Like This Night 03:37 29/03/2010
I Don't Need No Bitch 03:59 29/03/2010
Take U Home 03:55 29/03/2010
Peer Pressure 04:07 29/03/2010
Wet 03:45 29/03/2010
My Fuckin' House 05:07 29/03/2010
This Weed Iz Mine 03:43 29/03/2010
Cold Game 03:49 29/03/2010
New Year's Eve 03:26 2010
I Wanna Rock 03:56 08/12/2009
Secrets 04:53 08/12/2009
Upside Down 04:44 08/12/2009
That's tha Homie 05:43 08/12/2009
Pronto 04:57 08/12/2009
Gangsta Luv 04:16 08/12/2009
Outro 01:31 08/12/2009
Different Languages 04:44 08/12/2009
Special 05:26 08/12/2009
1800 03:35 08/12/2009
Luv Drunk 03:55 08/12/2009
2 Minute Warning 01:53 08/12/2009
Pimpin Ain't EZ 04:12 08/12/2009
Sets Up 03:44 11/03/2008
Those Gurlz 04:00 11/03/2008
Press Play 03:48 11/03/2008
Cool 04:01 11/03/2008
Ridin' in My Chevy 03:15 11/03/2008
A Word Witchya! 01:20 11/03/2008
My Medicine 02:40 11/03/2008
Waste of Time 03:33 11/03/2008
Let It Out 02:38 11/03/2008
Life of da Party 04:23 11/03/2008
Been Around tha World 03:36 11/03/2008
Sexual Eruption 04:00 11/03/2008
Staxxx in My Jeans 03:49 11/03/2008
Can't Say Goodbye 04:07 11/03/2008
Neva Have 2 Worry 04:18 11/03/2008
Whateva U Do 03:46 11/03/2008
Why Did You Leave Me 04:07 11/03/2008
Gangsta Like Me 04:26 11/03/2008
Deez Hollywood Nights 04:39 11/03/2008
One Chance 03:33 11/03/2008
SD Is Out 03:49 11/03/2008
That's That Shit 04:17 21/11/2006
A Bitch I Knew 04:32 21/11/2006
Vato 04:44 21/11/2006
'Round Here 03:42 21/11/2006
Conversations 03:38 21/11/2006
Crazy 04:26 21/11/2006
10 Lil' Crips 03:15 21/11/2006
Imagine 04:42 21/11/2006
Think About It 03:37 21/11/2006
LAX 03:21 21/11/2006
Don't Stop 03:22 21/11/2006
Intrology 01:59 21/11/2006
Boss' Life 03:22 21/11/2006
Beat Up on Yo Pads 02:57 21/11/2006
Gangbangn 101 04:01 21/11/2006
Psst! 02:59 21/11/2006
Get a Light 03:41 21/11/2006
Which One of You 03:32 21/11/2006
Candy 04:48 21/11/2006
Like This 03:56 21/11/2006
JR 00:00 16/11/2004
Drop It Like It's Hot 04:30 26/10/2004
featuring Raphael Saadiq & Swoop G (Prodotto da Kurt 00:00 10/2000
Tru Tank Doggs 03:55 04/08/1998
See Ya When I Get There 03:20 04/08/1998
Don't Let Go 03:47 04/08/1998
Game Of Life 03:52 04/08/1998
Hustle & Ball 03:26 04/08/1998
Dogg Pound Gangsta 04:53 04/08/1998
Show Me Love 03:53 04/08/1998
Ain't Nut'in Personal 03:37 04/08/1998
Gin & Juice II 03:36 04/08/1998
D.O.G.'s Get Lonely 2 03:15 04/08/1998
Hoes, Money & Clout 03:21 04/08/1998
Woof! 04:22 04/08/1998
20 Dollars to My Name 04:09 04/08/1998
Doggz Gonna Get Ya 04:59 04/08/1998
Slow Down 04:10 04/08/1998
Still a G Thang 04:20 04/08/1998
Picture This 02:31 04/08/1998
Snoop World 05:20 04/08/1998
Whatcha Gon Do? 02:37 04/08/1998
Pay For Pussy 01:43 04/08/1998
Snoop's Upside Ya Head 04:29 12/1996
Gin and Juice 03:31 23/11/1993
For All My Niggaz & Bitches 04:42 23/11/1993
Pump Pump 03:42 23/11/1993
G Funk Intro 02:24 23/11/1993
Who Am I (What's My Name)? 04:06 23/11/1993
Gz Up, Hoes Down 02:21 23/11/1993
Bathtub 01:50 23/11/1993
Serial Killa 03:35 23/11/1993
U Betta Recognize 00:56 23/11/1993
Murder Was the Case 03:38 23/11/1993
Gz and Hustlas featuring Nanci Fletcher 03:51 23/11/1993
Lodi Dodi 04:24 23/11/1993
Betta Ask Somebody 00:43 23/11/1993
House Party 00:37 23/11/1993
Doggy Dogg World 05:05 23/11/1993
Tha Shiznit 04:03 23/11/1993
Chronic Break 00:33 23/11/1993
W Balls 00:36 23/11/1993
Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None) 04:07 23/11/1993
Snoop Dogg (What's My Name Pt. 2) 04:03
Game Court 02:10
Y'all Gone Miss Me 04:15
Hennesey n Buddah 04:12
Bring It On 04:17
Back Up Off Me 05:15
Intro 01:20
Lay Low 03:43
Leave Me Alone 04:12
Stacey Adams 04:35
I Can't Swim 04:17
Set It Off 04:52
Losin' Control 04:09
Go Away 04:52
Ready 2 Ryde 04:21
Wrong Idea 04:14
Brake Fluid 05:56
True Lies 04:01
Issues 02:36
A New Xmas 03:21
Xmas Trees 02:15
Christmas Intro 02:51
A Gift That Keeps on Giving 03:00
When Was Jesus Born? 02:52
Look Out 05:22
A Pimp’s Christmas Song 05:05
Just Like Xmas 03:57
Landy in My Egg Nog 03:41
My Little Mama Trippin on Xmas 02:35
It’s Christmas Time 04:11
Twas the Night Before Xmas 02:54
The Grinch 03:30
A Very Special Christmas 03:20
Christmas In the Hood 03:54
This Christmas 02:50
I Miss Them Days 03:20
Everyday Is Like Christmas to Me 02:37
Xmas on Soul 04:04
Beautiful 04:58
Suited N Booted 03:16
Ballin' 05:19
From Long Beach 2 Brick City 03:43
Lollipop 03:48
I Miss That Bitch 03:12
I Believe in You 04:34
The One and Only 03:49
From tha Chuuuch to da Palace 04:40
Hourglass 04:20
Pimp Slapp'd 05:42
Stoplight 04:26
Bo$$ Playa 05:53
A Message 2 Fat Cuzz 01:40
Da Boss Would Like to See You 01:59
Wasn't Your Fault 04:30
Batman & Robin 05:03
Don Doggy 00:42
Paper'd Up 03:50
You Got What I Want 03:36
Funk with Ya Brain 02:32
Doggystyle 05:34
The Genie 04:48
Once Again 05:02
Soldier Story 01:49
One Life to Live 05:17
Quite Obvious 04:11
O.G. 05:35
The Root of All Evil 04:43
Keep It Real Dogg 04:32
Life’s Hard 04:47
Hoez 04:53
Gravy Train 03:05
Put It in Ya Mouth 05:32
Eat a Dick 02:54
Caught Up 04:40
Fallin’ Asleep on Death Row 02:03

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