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The Best of Snoop Dogg


Download links and information about The Best of Snoop Dogg by Snoop Dogg. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Pop genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:18:33 minutes.

Artist: Snoop Dogg
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Pop
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:18:33
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No. Title Length
1. Beautiful (feat. Pharrell & Uncle Charlie Wilson) 4:59
2. Snoop Dogg (What's My Name, Pt. 2) 4:03
3. Woof! (feat. Mystikal & Fiend) 4:21
4. Lay Low (feat. Master P, Nate Dogg, Butch Cassidy & Tha Eastsidaz) 3:42
5. Down for My N****z (feat. C-Murder & Magic) 3:45
6. From tha Chuuuch to da Palace (feat. Pharrell) 4:45
7. Bitch Please (feat. Xzibit) 3:54
8. Still a G Thang 4:19
9. Just Dippin' (feat. Dr. Dre and Jewell) 4:03
10. Wrong Idea (feat. Bad Azz, Kokane and Lil' Hd) 4:15
11. Stoplight 4:20
12. Snoopafella 5:23
13. The One and Only 3:50
14. Loosen' Control (feat. Butch Cassidy) 4:09
15. Gin and Juice II 3:36
16. Stacey Adams (feat. Kokane) 4:35
17. Ride On / Caught Up! (feat. Kurupt) 4:41
18. G Bedtime Stories 2:15
19. Hell Yeah (Stone Cold Steve Austin Theme) [feat. WC] 3:38



The tracks on this compilation cover 1998 through 2002, a period filled with plenty of artistic, commercial, and personal ups and downs for Snoop Dogg. It's simply a selection of highlights from Da Game Is to Be Sold Not to Be Told, No Limit Top Dogg, Tha Last Meal, and Paid tha Cost to Be da Bo$$. Priority thankfully resisted the temptation to throw in a couple exclusives, so it cuts right to the chase, offering a pretty even spread between the four albums, rendering them all but obsolete for casual fans. The only missing chart entries from this phase: two tracks from tha Eastsidaz's self-titled album, along with a track each from the Dr. Dolittle 2 and Baby Boy soundtracks. Though Snoop was responsible for plenty of filler on each of the albums, few MCs have pulled off such a range of work with such a high level of finesse, from the Premier-produced "The One and Only" (raw, in your face) to the Neptunes-produced "Beautiful" (smooth, laid-back). A lot of people — fans and haters alike — declared Snoop's career dead once the disastrous first No Limit album came out, so the MC himself must feel at least a little vindicated that this set exists.