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R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta) - The Masterpiece


Download links and information about R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta) - The Masterpiece by Snoop Dogg. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:17:29 minutes.

Artist: Snoop Dogg
Release date: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:17:29
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No. Title Length
1. I Love to Give You Light 2:38
2. Bang Out 3:05
3. Drop It Like It's Hot 4:26
4. Can I Get a Flicc Witchu 5:24
5. Ups & Downs 4:04
6. The Bidness 3:28
7. Snoop D.O. Double G 4:01
8. Let's Get Blown 4:40
9. Step Yo Game Up (featuring Lil' Jon, Trina) 4:23
10. Perfect 5:50
11. WBallz Interlude 0:21
12. Fresh Pair of Panties On 2:38
13. Promise I 3:17
14. Oh No 4:01
15. Can You Control Yo Hoe 3:08
16. Signs (featuring Charlie Wilson, Justin Timberlake) 3:56
17. I'm Threw Witchu 4:22
18. Pass It Pass It 4:32
19. Girl Like U 4:35
20. No Thang On Me 4:40



Though hip-hop devotees celebrated Snoop Dogg’s escape from the often creatively stultifying fold of No Limit records, Snoop’s first Master P free release, the sprawling and unfocussed Paid da Cost to be da Bo$$ was hardly the bracing comeback that Snoop fans were looking for. Though Snoop would not succeed in fully rediscovering his drum-tight cadences and effortless drawl until 2006’s The Blue Carpet Treatment, 2005’s Rhythm & Gangsta was a big step in the right direction.The best tracks handily beat anything that Snoop had put out since Tha Doggfather. As the title indicates, Rhythm & Gangsta is built around the shaky conceit that, having proven his mastery of the rap game, Snoop has set out to reinvent himself as a soulful crooner. When listening to Rhythm & Gangsta its best to ignore this notion entirely and skip past the snooze inducing R&B workouts that clutter the record to the surefire bangers. The skeletal clicks and whistles of the phenomenal “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and the vintage G-Funk of “Da Bidness” sport exceptionally tight rhymes from Snoop and production that hearkens back to Snoop’s glory days while remaining compellingly progressive.