• Soulja Slim At the Same Time Featuring Snoop Dogg
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    Soulja Slim At the Same Time Featuring Snoop Dogg

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. This week was another one with a lot of music being played. There were some R&B being played with the debut joint from Lyfe Jennings. Michael Jackson Bad album and J.E. Heartbreak II from Jagged Edge. Eazy-E final album, Better Dayz from 2Pac and The Soul Tape 2 from Fabolous got some play. There were a couple others, but as you can see a lot of good music made my playlist this week. The late, great Soulja Slim’s Streets Made Me was also played and it got me thinking about his debut joint. Streets Made Me was…

  • Snoop Dogg Murder Was the Case for Throwback Thursday
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    Snoop Dogg Murder Was the Case for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. We had some R&B represented and of course, hip hop also. Keyshia Cole’s debut joint plus R.Kelly’s Hits and Unreleased Vol. 1 were played. The Big Tymers, Book of David by DJ Quik and Big Sean’s Detroit 2 was bumped. 4,5,6 from Kool G. Rap, Silverback Guerilla by Sheek Louch and the Sunset Park Soundtrack was also played. The final album that was bumped was the I Wanna Thank Me project from Snoop Dogg. I Wanna Thank Me was dropped a couple years ago and it was Snoop’s 17th solo album. The big hit from the album…

  • Snoop Dogg Still A G Thang for Throwback Thursday
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    Snoop Dogg Still A G Thang for Throwback Thursday

    It was just announced yesterday that we have a legendary Verzuz coming up next week. We have Snoop Dogg taking on DMX, which should be good and entertaining at the same time. Snoop and DMX are two of the greatest rappers to ever pick up a mic. With today being Thursday, we’re getting closer to the weekend. My playlist this week consisted of the new albums from Lil Baby and Run the Jewels, plus Volume 6 of my 2Pac B-Day Mix. We also played the Tear the Club Up Thugs, the debut joint from Jodeci and Too Short’s Can’t Stay Away. Overall, this was a great week, but with the…

  • Snoop Dogg Rhythm & Gangsta Released 15 Years Ago
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    Snoop Dogg Rhythm & Gangsta Released 15 Years Ago

    As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release for The Chronic 2001, Snoop Dogg has an anniversary also. 15 years ago today, Snoop Dogg dropped R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece. This was Snoop’s 7th solo album and his second project on his own label. The first single was a classic track featuring Pharrell called Drop It Likes It’s Hot. The Neptunes produced a lot of Snoop because this album was also a part of their Star Trak label. Drop It Like It’s Hot went gold and the ringtone went double platinum. The reason I’m mentioning ringtone is because it was one of the few I had on my…

  • Best of Snoop Dogg
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    Best of Snoop Dogg for Mixtape Friday

    Snoop Dogg is one of the greatest rappers of all-time. Snoop Dogg is one of, if not the most recognizable rappers ever. Snoop just released his 17th album, I Wanna Thank Me. He has been in the game for over 25 years and still going. Snoop have done tracks with everyone from 2Pac, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Eminem and so many more. It’s only right that we make a Greatest Hits for Mixtape Friday of the legendary MC. Below are 99 of the best tracks from or featuring Snoop Dogg. Check out the track listing below and it’s followed by the stream link. Bathtub Intro Nuthin But a “G” Thang…

  • Listen and Stream I Wanna Thank Me by Snoop Dogg
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    Listen and Stream I Wanna Thank Me by Snoop Dogg

    Snoop Dogg just released his unprecedented 17th solo album. I Wanna Thank Me was released this past Friday and the album isn’t bad. Slick Rick, Nate Dogg, Chris Brown, DJ Mustard, YG, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Duval and Russ appear on the album. The title come about when Snoop received his Hollywood Walk of Fame and thanked himself. At this point of his 25+ year career, Snoop can do or drop an album anytime he wants to. I Wanna Thank Me talks about everything from Nipsey Hussle to his friendship with Suge Knight. Overall, I Wanna Thank Me is a dope project as Snoop Dogg is still on top of his…

  • Snoop Dogg Countdown Featuring Swizz Beatz
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    Snoop Dogg Countdown Featuring Swizz Beatz

    The legendary Snoop Dogg has blessed us with another gem. This time he brought Swizz Beatz to usher in the Countdown. If you’re a fan of west coast music and their sound, this one is for you. The video features Snoop Dogg with Swizz Beatz with a bunch of low riders. Snoop Dogg Countdown should be one of the dopest records of the summer. Check out the new video for Countdown below. As we all know, Snoop Dogg have been in the game for over 25 years. Of course, he made his first appearance alongside Dr. Dre on the Deep Cover track. Afterwards, Snoop was heavily featured on the classic…

  • Snoop Dogg Gin and Juice for Throwback Thursday
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    Snoop Dogg Gin and Juice for Throwback Thursday

    In 1993, Hip Hop started to find its traction in the music scene. In 1992, Dr. Dre released his game changing album, The Chronic while putting Death Row on the map. The world was introduced to Snoop Doggy Dogg and as they say, the rest is history. Next month, Snoop Dogg will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his monumental debut album, Doggystyle. After his appearances on the Chronic and his track Deep Cover with Dr. Dre anticipation grew for a solo effort. 1993 was an influential year, so much that I made a Best Of for that year and here’s Volume 1. My Throwback Thursday featured track is off the…

  • 2Pac Snoop Dogg Wanted Dead or Alive from Gridlock’d Soundtrack
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    2Pac Snoop Dogg Wanted Dead or Alive

    By now, if you’re a fan of hip hop or music in general, you probably heard about 2Pac and Snoop Dogg. Since 2Pac passed, you have heard numerous stories about their relationship. Whether it’s how they became cool, how Snoop “allegedly” told Suge he need to bring 2Pac to Death Row or there falling out. Either way, they are two of the most iconic rappers ever and they put out beautiful music when they collaborated. 2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted comes to mind, but they’ve been on quite a few cuts together. Most of them have been heard throughout various mixtapes, but my Throwback Thursday track is probably my favorite.…

  • Stream New Snoop Dogg Album 220 Now
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    Listen and Stream New Snoop Dogg Album 220 Now

    When you been in the game for over 25 years, you can do whatever you want, whenever you want. Snoop Dogg has been busy over the last year. First off, if you’re on Instagram you have to follow him because he’s funny as hell and he drops some gems on your from time-to-time. Over the last year, he’s dropped the Neva Left album, Make America Crip Again EP and he’s working on a gospel album titled, Bible of Love. Out of nowhere, he’s just dropped the 220 album and you can view the track listing below. Below the track listing is the stream through Spotify! Intro Everything Featuring Jacquees and…

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    DJ Drama Snoop Dogg That’s My Work 4

    The 4th installment to “That’s My Work” from Snoop Dogg & The Eastsidaz. Hosted by DJ Drama. Follow on twitter @SnoopDogg @DJDrama @DatPiff. You can either listen to the mixtape below, download it below or go to Datpiff.com to download it.             Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com  

  • Dogg Food Dropped 25 Years Ago by Tha Dogg Pound
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    Dogg Food Dropped 25 Years Ago by Tha Dogg Pound

    The Dogg Pound was heavily featured on some of Death Row Records Greatest Hits. Of course, Daz and Kurupt appeared on the iconic Chronic album. They also appeared on Doggystyle, Murder Was the Case and Above the Rim soundtracks. After proving they were more than Snoop’s sidekicks, they dropped their debut album. Dogg Food was released 25 years ago today by the Dogg Pound. Beforehand, Kurupt was already looked at as a superior lyricist and Daz did his thing with the beats. During this period, the East vs. West beef was starting to kick in hear. Dogg Pound released New York, New York as their first single off of Dogg…

  • Classic Doggy Dogg World for Throwback Thursday
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    Classic Doggy Dogg World for Throwback Thursday

    If you’re a fan of Snoop Dogg, this has been the place for you over the past week. Last week’s Mixtape Friday featured the Best of Snoop Dogg. The mixtape featured almost 100 of Snoop’s Greatest Hits. On Music Monday, you had the chance to stream his 17th album, I Wanna Thank Me. With this being Throwback Thursday, we might as well complete the trifecta. The featured track is from his iconic debut, Doggystyle. The track is Doggy Dogg World and it features the Dogg Pound and the legendary Dramatics. Of course, this is one of my all-time favorite hip hop and Snoop tracks. The song is dope and the…

  • No Limit Top Dogg Released 20 Years Ago Today
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    No Limit Top Dogg Released 20 Years Ago Today

    Snoop Dogg is as legendary as you can get when he comes to a rapper. No Limit Top Dogg was Snoop’s fourth album and second on No Limit was released 20 years ago today. With the debut No Limit album, Snoop had more of the No Limit sound and a lot of people didn’t like it. For me, Da Game is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told was a dope album and had some bangers on there. No Limit Top Dogg was more of the original Death Row Snoop Dogg sound. No Limit Top Dogg went on to sell two millions records and Snoop had a slew of features…

  • The Iconic Album Doggystyle Turns 25
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    The Iconic Album Doggystyle Turns 25

    There are a couple of handful of albums that’s mentioned when you’re talking about all-time classic hip hop records. Death Row is my all-time favorite label and they have four of those albums mentioned. The Chronic, All Eyez on Me, Makaveli and the one that’s featured now. Doggystyle was one of the most anticipated albums ever after the success of the Chronic record. Snoop Dogg had one of a kind flow and voice when he was introduced to the world on the Deep Cover track. After the release of the Chronic, everyone couldn’t wait until Snoop dropped a solo project. 25 years ago today, Snoop Dogg released his debut album,…

  • 50 Cent Hustler’s Ambition for Throwback Thursday
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    50 Cent Hustler’s Ambition for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. Once again, there was plenty of great music being played this week. Doggfather from Snoop Dogg, Carter IV by Lil Wayne, and the New Yo Gotti joint started things off. All Eyez on Me from Pac, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Greatest Hits and a personal compilation was also played. I Go That Work from the Big Tymers and the Festivus joint from Wale made a nice week of music. Like always, one of those albums could’ve produced my featured track this week. The last album that got some play was the Best of 50 Cent. The Best of 50…

  • Death Row Records Released Gridlock’d Soundtrack 25 Years Ago
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    Death Row Records Released Gridlock’d Soundtrack 25 Years Ago

    Death Row Records is known as one of the best hip hop labels to ever exist. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, 2Pac, Tha Dogg Pound and many others called the iconic label home. Death Row continues to be in the news seeing Snoop Dogg has expressed interest in taking over its content. Snoop will drop his new album in a couple weeks, and it’s called Bacc on Death Row. We all know that Death Row is known for their classic albums, but they dropped great movie soundtracks also. We all know that Above the Rim has been mentioned as one of the best ever. Murder Was the Case being another classic…

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    The Game Doctor’s Advocate Turns 15 Years Old Today

    The Game has carved out a legendary career for himself in his almost 20 years in the rap game. In 2005, he dropped his debut project The Documentary and it’s one of the best albums I’ve ever heard. The Documentary went on to go triple platinum as it was released in January of 2005. Less than two years later, he dropped his second album Doctor’s Advocate. The first album was with Dr. Dre and 50 Cent through Aftermath and G-Unit Records. Between the two albums, there were a lot of drama between the Game and 50 Cent. The beef with them started with 50 Cent kicking The Game out of…