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"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.Read more ›
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.
It's D Only Thing
The Way Life Used to Be
Take U Home
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".Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the eariler CD's were way better. i got this one to finish out my collection of the couple that i was missing.Published 5 months ago by Lord Raiden
I'm still trying to get used to the CD, I have'nt heard the last six tracks. I'm sure once I get to listen to the rest I'll like it to. Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by Kecia R. Montague
Snoop Dogg's Doggumentary Music [Explicit] is a juggernaut, period. The effort requires its listener to identify its best cuts and to separate those from the filler. Read morePublished on July 14, 2011 by Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr.
I was not sure how good this cd was the first time I heard it, but it grew on me. It is a great production and one of the best of Snoop D. Get it, you will not regret it.Published on June 12, 2011 by Moe Hassan
When I stummbled upon this new effort by Snoop, I thought "Oh gee... Another One... Those Lawyers at the label must really be pushing his a** to boost sales after Malice... Read morePublished on June 5, 2011 by Fernando Gonzalez