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Doggumentary [Explicit] Explicit Lyrics

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2011 album from the legendary Hip Hop icon. Doggumentary is his 11th album of all-new material and represents a true return the form. The album features a mix of tracks that showcases Snoop Dogg's Gangsta Rap roots mixed with tracks that will easily find themselves on commercial radio. The album is led off by the single 'Wet' which is already proving a hit at Urban and Rhythm radio. Other key tracks include 'Boom' featuring T-Pain, 'Platinum' featuring R Kelly, and 'Eyes Closed' featuring Kanye West and John Legend. Other featured artists include Gorillaz, Young Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, E40, and Willie Nelson.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Toyz N Da Hood (feat. Bootsy Collins)
  2. The Way Life Used To Be
  3. My Own Way (feat. Mr. Porter)
  4. Wonder What It Do (feat. Uncle Chucc)
  5. My Fucn House (feat. Young Jeezy And E-40)
  6. Peer Pressure (feat. Traci Nelson)
  7. I Don't Need No Bitch (feat. Devin The Dude And Kobe Honeycutt)
  8. Platinum (feat. R. Kelly)
  9. Boom (feat. T-Pain)
  10. We Rest N Cali (feat. Goldie Loc And Bootsy Collins)
  11. El Lay (feat. Marty James)
  12. Gang Bang Rookie (feat. Pilot)
  13. This Weed Iz Mine (feat. Wiz Khalifa)
  14. Wet
  15. Take U Home (feat. Too $hort, Daz And Kokane)
  16. Sumthin Like This Night (feat. Gorillaz)
  17. Superman (feat. Willie Nelson)
  18. Eyez Closed (feat. John Legend And Kanye West)
  19. Raised In Da Hood
  20. It's D Only Thang


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 29, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B004LDR79O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,638 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Snoop Dogg brings another fast album to the counters, or download websites actually. "Doggumentary" seems to find Snoop closer to his roots on this joy ride as synthesized funk is welcomed back along with more returning guest stars from a usual Snoop line up. One thing a Snoop Dogg session always trade marks is the iconic sound of smooth production mixed in with good flow. More of that has returned here and it certainly has stepped a pace away from his previous effort "Malice In Wonderland."
"Toys N Da Hood" has Bootsy Collins appropriately opening the album with a hard funky vibe and could closely be relating to the Eastsidaz sound- good ol days!
"The Way Life Use To Be" is pure Snoop mixing up old samples with heavy beats and done successfully and with a solo effort!
Snoop moves on to more old school vibes with "My Own Way". A pleasing song here as the track almost seems like a touch of Chronic days full of "Little Ghetto Boy."
"Wonder What It Do"... an album highlight of good vibes and nice choruses. Snoop was always great at providing cavi, upbeat tracks and this one doesn't fall short.
Onward is the bass heavy "Platinum" with R. Kelly making a cameo appearance and surprisingly adds good rap flows!
"We Rest In Cali" remains another grand slam while Eastsida Goldie Loc lends a hand over a heated funky beat and samples of Zapp echoing in the background.

Plenty other good tracks on this turn around sound from Snoop Dogg and it gives us signs that even though his pal Nate Dogg is no longer with us, the g-funk sound is still alive and shows promise of more for the next few sessions. It was a little sad to hear no Nate on this album and disappointing that other Snoop arsenal were missing- Kurupt, Warren G, Bad Azz, Soopafly ect.
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This album is everything! I thought I would be disappointed when I heard "Wet", as well. But this is so classic. The production is on point and of course Snoop is true to self lyric wise. Please give it a chance before writing it off based on his first single!
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I love this album! The only garbage tracks are 5,8,9,14,and 16;every other tracks are very satisfying. I bought the album from emusic.com and I am going to buy the cd from amazon to show that westcoast support.Screw the music industry,keep it independent,screw Mtv and BET. If you guys love hi def music like me you will buy the cd and buy audiophile headphones and audiophile cd player,then bang this cd. Mp3s can not compare to cd quality.
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All i have to say guys is go out and get this album snoop dogg has came back hard on this
new snoop album. Its so uneek and its a great smooth master peace to have into the snoop
collection thank you snoop for being that great m.c. to us fans over the years and to the old
skoolers that grew up to hearing your music over the years.Doggumentary bring that old skool back
then west coast flavor classic back into the he ea of that old snoop dogg i love this album.
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great album, amazing cast of guest artists, great production and arrangement, plenty of good songs, some new stuff and some classic stuff. so glad i got this album. hasn't left my car stereo for two weeks.
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I'll try to keep this short and to the point. Snoop has already established that unique sound we heard on "Rhythm and Gangsta", "Blue Carpet treatment", and " Ego Trippin'" and on here, he shows that just because he's been making music a long time doesn't mean that he hasn't lost his creativity and or love of the music. The duet with Willie Nelson alone is evidence of that. Snoop Dogg proves here that he isn't just an MC, he is a talented musician to be reckoned with that has a knack for writing great music. The guests are great as usual, Snoop's off the hook, and the production and beats are wonderful. There are 4 songs that are kind of average or filler like but other than that, incredible. Definitely an A- album at best, any Snoop fan should pick it up. Peace.
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I honestly thought this album was going to be Malice n Wonderland all over when I heard the first single "Wet" a couple months ago.I'll admit I was very wrong.To me this is Snoop's best album since Blue Carpet Treatment.The only reason I didn't give it the full 5 stars is because of "Wet" and "Superman"(which isn't too bad of a song except it dosen't fit in well on this album).This has a real old school West Coast,G-Funk vibe to it excluding those 2 songs.Anyways I would strongly reccommend any fan os Snoop's to buy this album.You won't be dissapointed.

Top 5:
It's D Only Thing
The Way Life Used to Be
Eyez Closed
Gangbang Rookie
Take U Home
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When it comes to an artist's discography, Snoop Dogg is the most underestimated by his fans. Throughout his nearly 20 year career, he has been consistent with wanting to do things his way- even if the results were misguided, at times. Outside of his 1993 debut "Doggystyle", he has made some great records, but he is overlooked in that regard. Sure he made a couple of stinkers (See 1998's "Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told" and 2009's "Malice N Wonderland"), but they pale in comparison to his much better body of work. Within the last decade, he's made some of his best albums with "Tha Last Meal", "R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece" and "Tha Blue Carpet Treatment". Even his underrated stuff like "Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss" as well as his left of center "Ego Trippin'" deserve a mention by fans. Unfortunately, people have paid more attention to his image more than his music to notice his quality of recorded output. In 2011, he released his eleventh studio album "Doggumentary", an album that harkens back to his trademark sound of West Coast funk. Oddly enough, it may go down as a classic on the level of his debut.

On this new album, he does what he does best- being Snoop. He brings out legendary performers, such as Parliament-Funkadelic member Bootsy Collins on the opening song "Toyz In The Hood", Too Short on "Take U Home" and Willie Nelson (Yes, THAT Willie Nelson!!!) on the mildly amusing "Superman". He waxes nostalgic on "The Way Life Used To Be", while celebrating California life on "We Rest In Cali", "El Lay" and "Raised In Da Hood". He duets with newcomer Wiz Khalifa on the ode to marijuana "This Weed Iz Mine" and experiments with dancehall on the Gorillaz featured "Sumthin' Like This Night".
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