In the ears and minds of many Rap fans, Snoop Dogg’s 1993 debut may always be his album to beat. A keystone in the G-Funk movement, Dr. Dre and Doggy Dogg made a masterpiece while with Death Row Records. Doggystyle showed Snoop’s Rap peers some new moves on how to keep Hip-Hop funky and gangsta. However, it certainly was just the beginning of the legendary run of incredible music the Long Beach, California MC created.
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