2009 collection. The Lost Sessions Vol. 1 captures the early Death Row days of Grammy-nominated artist Snoop Doggy Dogg when he was first developing his signature drawled, laconic rhyming. Among the hundreds of masters buried deep in the vault, Death Row has uncovered some amazing musical gems of Snoop's earliest recordings, features include Jewell, Lady of Rage, Nate Dogg, Technic and production by Daz and the legendary Dr. Dre. The Lost Sessions Vol. 1 brings it all back to the very beginning of Snoop's genius and is a must for young consumers hungry for the real deal hip hop as well as the Uber Death Row fans.
About the Artist
Calvin Broadus, better known to the public as Snoop Doggy Dogg was introduced to the rap game on Dr. Dre's single "Deep Cover" in 1991 and followed up with his writing and rhyming skills on Dr. Dre's classic ground breaking album "The Chronic" which featured Snoop including one of hip hops most recognizable songs "Nuthin Bt A G-Thang". In 1993 Snoop Doggy Dogg debuted his first solo ablum "Doggystyle" and he has been a major player in the rap game ever since. "Doggystyle" was the most eagerly anticipated album in rap history, and the first debut album to enter the Billboard chart at #1. Snoop, as an active touring and recording artist is a living brand loved by virtually all hip hop fans, and now, main stream music lovers around the world as well.