Complete List Of Snoop Dogg Albums And Discography

Snoop Dogg Albums

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This Complete List Of Snoop Dogg Albums And Songs presents the entire Snoop Dogg  discography of studio albums. All of these legendary Snoop Dogg albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Snoop Dogg album as well as all original album covers. Every album listed below showcases the entire album track listing. Snoop Dogg is an artist that loves to collaborate with other artists. That will be very apparent to any one looking though this Snoop Dogg album list as we have included the names of all the artists who have collaborated on these awesome Snoop Dogg albums.




Released November 23, 1993

Doggystyle is the debut studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg, then known as Snoop Doggy Dogg. Released on November 23, 1993, by Death Row Records and Interscope Records, the album was recorded at several studios, including Death Row Studios and The Village Recorder in Los Angeles. Produced by Dr. Dre, it featured contributions from Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, Nate Dogg, and others. Dr. Dre’s production on the album is considered as innovative for its time, melding the laid-back, funky grooves of 1970s West Coast funk with the harder-edged beats of G-funk, which was on the ascent in the early ’90s.

The album begins with an overture of sorts in “Bathtub,” which sets the stage for the sonic journey. Snoop Dogg’s lyrical prowess comes to the fore on tracks like “Gin and Juice” and “Tha Shiznit.” His smooth, laid-back flow, often contrasted with the aggressive beats and funk-drenched basslines, became a defining characteristic of the album. The album’s most iconic track, “Who Am I? (What’s My Name?)”, was an anthem that further solidified Snoop Dogg’s persona in the annals of hip-hop.

Musically, Doggystyle is an exhibition of the G-funk sound with its deep grooves, synthesizers, and samples from the likes of George Clinton, Curtis Mayfield, and James Brown. Lyrically, it reflects the lifestyle and culture of gangster life in Southern California, yet there’s an infusion of humor throughout the album that gives it a unique character. The contributions from featured artists like Lady of Rage, Warren G, and RBX added depth and variety to the record.

Critically, Doggystyle was met with acclaim, quickly becoming famous for Snoop Dogg’s lyrical realism and Dr. Dre’s production finesse. It played a significant role in introducing the G-funk sound to a mainstream audience. Upon its release, the album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, selling over 800,000 copies in its first week.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Bathtub”
2. “G Funk Intro” – with George Clinton, Dr. Dre and The Lady of Rage
3. “Gin And Juice” – with Daz Dillinger and David Ruffin’ Jr.
4. “W Balls” – with Nanci Fletcher and Ricky Harris
5. “Tha Shiznit”
6. “Domino Intro”
7. “Lodi Dodi” – with Nanci Fletcher
8. “Murder Was The Case”- with featuring Daz Dillinger
9. “Serial Killer” – with D.O.C., RBX and Tha Dogg Pound
10. “Who Am I? (What’s My Name?)” – with Jewel, Dr. Dre and Tony Green
11. “For All My Nig*az & B**hes” – with Tha Dogg Pound and The Lady of Rage
12. “Ain’t No Fun (If The Homies Can’t Have None)” – with Nate Dogg, Warren G, Nanci Fletcher and Kurupt
13. “Chronic Relief
14. “Doggy Dogg World” – with Tha Dogg Pound, Nanci Fletcher and The Dramatics
15. “Class Room Intro – with by Shad Moss
16. “G’s & Hustlers” – with Nanci Fletcher
17. “Checkin'”
18. “Gz Up, Hoes Down” – with Hug
19. “Pump Pump” – with Lil Malik

Tha Doggfather

The Doggfather

Released November 12, 1996

Tha Doggfather is the second studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg, released on November 12, 1996, by Death Row Records and Interscope Records. Coming on the heels of his critically acclaimed debut Doggystyle, and following the tumultuous departure of Dr. Dre from Death Row Records, Tha Doggfather had Snoop working with a variety of producers, including Daz Dillinger, DJ Pooh, and several others who sought to replicate the G-funk style that Dr. Dre had pioneered.

Recorded at various studios, including Can-Am Studios in Tarzana, California, the album’s production marked a departure from the dense, funk-laden beats of Doggystyle, offering a smoother, more polished sound that still retained the West Coast sensibilities. The absence of Dr. Dre’s direct influence was noticeable, yet Snoop Dogg attempted to maintain the high standard set by his debut. The album featured appearances by Charlie Wilson, Kurupt, Warren G, and Nate Dogg, among others, which helped to round out the sound and bring continuity to the project.

The lyrical content of Tha Doggfather showed some maturation of Snoop Dogg’s persona. While it still delved into the gangsta lifestyle, there were elements that suggested a reflection on the consequences of such a life. Tracks like “Snoop’s Upside Ya Head” and “Doggfather” provided catchy hooks and showed Snoop’s adaptability to different production styles. Despite the changes, the album still featured Snoop’s smooth, laid-back delivery, though the playful lyricism of his debut was somewhat subdued.

Upon its release, Tha Doggfather received a mixed reception from critics who compared it to Snoop’s debut; however, it was a commercial success. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, selling 479,000 copies in its first week, and received a double platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). This album signaled a transitional phase in Snoop Dogg’s career as well as in the sound of West Coast hip-hop.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Intro”
2. “Doggfather” – with Charlie Wilson
3. “Ride 4 Me”
4. “Up Jump Tha Boogie” – with Roger Troutman and Kurupt tha Kingpin)
5. “Freestyle Conversation”
6. “When I Grow Up”
7. “Snoop Bounce” – with Charlie Wilson
8. “Gold Rush” – with Kurupt tha Kingpin and LBC Crew
9. “(Tear ‘Em Off) Me And My Doggz”
10. “You Thought” – with Soopafly and Too $hort
11. “Vapors”
12. “Groupie” – with Tha Dogg Pound, Nate Dogg, Warren G and Charlie Wilson
13. “2001”
14. “Sixx Minutes”
15. “(O.J.) Wake Up” – with Tray Dee
16. “Snoop’s Upside Ya Head” – with Charlie Wilson
17. “Blueberry” – with Tha Dogg Pound and LBC Crew
18. “Traffic Jam”
19. “Doggyland”
20. “Downtown Assassins” – with Dat Nigga Daz and Tray Dee
21. “Outro” – with Makaveli

Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told

Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told

Released August 4, 1998

Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told is Snoop Dogg’s third studio album and his first not to be released on Death Row Records. Released on August 4, 1998, by No Limit Records, it marked a significant shift in Snoop Dogg’s career, both stylistically and in terms of his business associations. Master P, the founder of No Limit Records, served as the executive producer, while production was handled by a team of in-house producers for No Limit, including Beats By the Pound, who were known for their distinctive Southern hip-hop sound.

The album represented a departure from the G-funk style that had catapulted Snoop to fame. Instead, it featured the bass-heavy, gritty sound of Southern rap, reflecting Master P’s influence and the No Limit style. This stylistic change was met with mixed reactions from critics and fans alike, as it was a drastic shift from the polished, West Coast sound that Snoop had previously been known for.

Despite the criticism, Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told was a commercial success. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, proving Snoop Dogg’s ability to remain relevant in the ever-evolving hip-hop scene. The album was certified double platinum by the RIAA, bolstered by singles like “Still a G Thang” and “Woof!”, which featured Fiend and Mystikal. The album also featured collaborations with other No Limit artists, reflecting the roster’s close-knit nature and Master P’s strategy of cross-promotion within the label.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Snoop World” – with Master P
2. “Slow Down” – with Mia X, O’Dell and Anita Thomas
3. “Woof!” – with Fiend and Mystikal
4. “Gin & Juice II”
5. “Show Me Love” – with Charlie Wilson
6. “Hustle & Ball”
7. “Don’t Let Go”
8. “Tru Tank Doggs” – with Mystikal
9. “Whatcha Gon Do?” – with Master P
10. “Still A G Thang”
11. “20 Dollars To My Name” – with Fiend, Master P, Silkk the Shocker and Soulja Slim
12. “D.O.G.’s Get Lonely 2” – with Jon B
13. “Ain’t Nut’in Personal” – with C-Murder and Silkk the Shocker
14. “DP Gangsta” – with C-Murder and Eddie Griffin
15. “Game Of Life” – with Steady Mobb’n
16. “See Ya When I Get There” – with C-Murder and Mystikal
17. “Pay For P**sy” – with Big Pimpin’
18. “Picture This” – with Mia X
19. “Doggz Gonna Get Ya” – with Mac
20. “Hoes, Money & Clout”
21. “Get Bout It & Rowdy” – with Master P

No Limit Top Dogg

No Limit Top Dogg

Released May 11, 1999

No Limit Top Dogg is the fourth studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on May 11, 1999, by No Limit Records and Priority Records. Following his previous album, which had a distinctly Southern sound due to the influence of Master P and the No Limit label, No Limit Top Dogg marked a return to Snoop Dogg’s West Coast roots. It saw him reuniting with Dr. Dre and other key figures from his early career, striking a balance between the G-funk style of his seminal debut and the No Limit sound.

Dr. Dre produced several tracks on the album, signifying a nostalgic reunion after Snoop’s departure from Death Row Records. The production credits also included other notable names such as DJ Quik, Meech Wells, and a continued collaboration with Beats By the Pound. This blend of talent brought a diverse sound to the album, showcasing Snoop Dogg’s adaptability and evolution as an artist.

Commercially, the album was a success and received more favorable reviews from critics than its predecessor. It debuted at number 2 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum by the RIAA. The singles “Bitch Please” featuring Xzibit and Nate Dogg, and “G Bedtime Stories,” were well-received and demonstrated Snoop Dogg’s prowess in storytelling and his charismatic delivery.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Dolomite Intro”
2. “Buck ‘Em” – with  Sticky Fingaz
3. “Trust Me” – with  Suga Free & Sylk-E. Fyne
4. “My Heat Goes Boom”
5. “Dolomite”
6. “Snoopafella”
7. “In Love With A Thug”
8. “G Bedtime Stories”
9. “Down 4 My N’s” – with  C-Murder & Magic
10. “Betta Days”
11. “Somethin Bout Yo Bidness” – with  Raphael Saadiq
12. “Bi**h Please” – with  Xzibit & Nate Dogg
13. “Doin’ Too Much”
14. “Gangsta Ride” – with  Silkk the Shocker
15. “Ghetto Symphony” – with  Mia X, Fiend, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Mystikal & Goldie Loc
16. “Party With A D.P.G.”
17. “Buss’n Rocks”
18. “Just Dippin'” with  Dr. Dre & Jewell)
19. “Don’t Tell”
20. “20 Minutes”
21. “I Love My Momma”

Tha Last Meal

Tha Last Meal

Released December 19, 2000

Tha Last Meal is the fifth studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on December 19, 2000, by No Limit Records and Priority Records. This album was seen as Snoop’s departure from the No Limit sound, embracing once again the G-funk vibe that had been somewhat absent from his previous two No Limit albums.

Production on Tha Last Meal was mainly handled by Dr. Dre and Timbaland, as well as studio veterans like Mike Elizondo, Scott Storch, and Jelly Roll. This high-profile production team helped Snoop Dogg to refine his sound, producing a record that many felt was a return to the form he displayed on his landmark debut, Doggystyle. Dr. Dre’s signature G-funk style permeated the album, harking back to the early ’90s West Coast scene.

The album received generally positive reviews from music critics, who praised Snoop Dogg’s lyrical wit and the production quality. Commercially, it was also successful, debuting at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200 and number one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. It eventually achieved multi-platinum status, underscoring Snoop Dogg’s enduring appeal.

The singles “Snoop Dogg (What’s My Name Pt. 2)” and “Lay Low” featuring Nate Dogg, among others, were particularly noted for their catchy hooks and Snoop Dogg’s smooth flow. “Lay Low” also boasted appearances from Tha Eastsidaz and Master P, showing the unity within the rap community at the time.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Intro”
2. “Hennesey n Buddah” – with Kokane
3. “Snoop Dogg (What’s My Name Pt. 2)”
4. “True Lies” – with Kokane
5. “Wrong Idea” – with Bad Azz, Kokane and Lil’ ½ Dead
6. “Go Away” – with Kokane
7. “Set It Off” – with MC Ren, The Lady of Rage, Ice Cube, Nate Dogg and Kurupt
8. “Stacey Adams” – with Kokane
9. “Lay Low” – with Nate Dogg, Butch Cassidy, Tha Eastsidaz and Master P
10. “Bring It On” – with Suga Free and Kokane
11. “Game Court – with Mac Minister
12. “Issues”
13. “Brake Fluid ( Pump Yo Brakes)” – with Kokane
14. “Ready 2 Ryde” – with Eve
15. “Loosen’ Control” – with Soopafly and Butch Cassidy
16. “I Can’t Swim”
17. “Leave Me Alone”
18. “Back Up Off Me” – with Master P and Magic
19. “Y’all Gone Miss Me”

Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss

Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss

Released November 26, 2002

Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss is the sixth studio album by rapper Snoop Dogg, released on November 26, 2002, by his Doggystyle label, Priority Records, and Capitol Records. Following Tha Last Meal, this album further established Snoop Dogg’s autonomy in the hip-hop industry by showing his ability to attract a variety of notable producers and to branch out into different styles within the genre.

The album showcases production from The Neptunes, Just Blaze, Jelly Roll, and DJ Premier, among others, reflecting a diverse range of styles. Snoop Dogg took a more hands-on approach to this album, which is reflected in its varied sound and the breadth of its lyrical content.

Critically, Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss was received with mixed to positive reviews. Critics noted the album’s exploration of different sounds and praised Snoop Dogg’s versatility as an artist. Commercially, the album performed well, peaking at number 12 on the US Billboard 200 and number 4 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. It solidified Snoop Dogg’s reputation in the early 2000s as a mainstream artist capable of consistent commercial success.

The album was supported by singles that showcased its diverse nature, from the funk-infused “From tha Chuuuch to da Palace” produced by The Neptunes, to the smoother, R&B-tinged “Beautiful” featuring Pharrell, which was a significant hit and one of the most recognizable tracks of Snoop Dogg’s career.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Don Doggy”
2. “Da Bo$$ Would Like To See You”
3. “Stoplight”
4. “From Tha Chuuuch To Da Palace” – with Pharrell
5. “I Believe In You” – with LaToiya Williams
6. “Lollipop” – with Jay-Z, Nate Dogg and Soopafly
7. “Ballin'” – with The Dramatics and Lil’ ½ Dead
8. “Beautiful” – with Pharrell and Charlie Wilson
9. “Paper’d Up” – with Kokane and Traci Nelson
10. “Wasn’t Your Fault”
11. “Bo$$ Playa”
12. “Hourglass” – with Kokane and Goldie Loc
13. “The One And Only”
14. “I Miss That Bi**h” – with E-White
15. “From Long Beach 2 Brick City” – with Redman, Nate Dogg and Warren G
16. “Suited n Booted”
17. “You Got What I Want” – with Goldie Loc, Ludacris and Charlie Wilson
18. “Batman & Robin” – with The Lady of Rage and RBX
19. “A Message 2 Fat Cuzz”
20. “Pimp Slapp’d”

R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece

R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece

Released  November 16, 2004

R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece is the seventh studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on November 16, 2004, by Doggystyle Records, Star Trak Entertainment, and Geffen Records. The album’s production was handled by several record producers, including The Neptunes, Lil Jon, Hi-Tek, and Timbaland among others. It features guest appearances from Pharrell, Charlie Wilson, Justin Timberlake, Nelly, and Bootsy Collins, among others.

The album marks a significant artistic shift for Snoop Dogg, as it sees him exploring beyond traditional West Coast G-funk and taking on elements from the South’s crunk sound, R&B, and even pop. This hybrid resulted in a broader appeal, with tracks ranging from hard-hitting gangsta rap to smooth, R&B-tinged tracks that found substantial crossover success.

Critically, R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece received generally positive reviews, with many critics noting Snoop Dogg’s growth as an artist and his skilled incorporation of different genres. The album was a commercial success, debuting at number six on the US Billboard 200 chart and number two on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

The album was particularly notable for the hit singles “Drop It Like It’s Hot” featuring Pharrell, a Pharrell-produced track that showcases Snoop Dogg’s smooth flow over a minimalist beat, which was a commercial success, topping the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. “Let’s Get Blown” and “Signs” featuring Justin Timberlake and Charlie Wilson were also well-received singles that contributed to the album’s success.

CD Track Listings:

1. “(Intro) I Love To Give You Light”
2. “Bang Out”
3. “Drop It Like It’s Hot” – with Pharrell
4. “Can I Get A Flicc Witchu” – with Bootsy Collins
5. “Ups & Downs” – with Bee Gees
6. “The Bidness”
7. “Snoop D.O. Double G”
8. “Let’s Get Blown” – with Pharrell
9. “Step Yo Game Up” – with Lil Jon and Trina
10. “Perfect” – with Charlie Wilson)
11. “WBALLZ (Interlude)”
12. “Fresh Pair Of Panties On”
13. “Promise I”
14. “Oh No” – with 50 Cent
15. “Can U Control Yo Hoe” – with Soopafly
16. “Signs” – with Justin Timberlake and Charlie Wilson
17. “I’m Threw Witchu” – with Soopafly
18. “Pass It Pass It”
19. “Girl Like U” – with Nelly
20. “No Thang On Me” – with featuring Bootsy Collins

Tha Blue Carpet Treatment

Tha Blue Carpet Treatment

Released November 21, 2006

Tha Blue Carpet Treatment is the eighth studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on November 21, 2006, by Geffen Records and Doggystyle Records. The album debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200, selling over 264,000 copies in its first week. Musically, it was a return to the classic G-funk sound that was a hallmark of Snoop Dogg’s earlier work, a move that was welcomed by many longtime fans.

The production on Tha Blue Carpet Treatment was handled by a range of high-profile record producers, including Dr. Dre, Timbaland, Rick Rock, Pharrell Williams, among others, which brought a variety of styles to the overall sound of the album. It features guest appearances from a star-studded lineup that includes Stevie Wonder, R. Kelly, Ice Cube, and Brandy.

Critical reception for the album was generally positive, with praise directed at Snoop Dogg’s lyrical prowess and the production quality. The record was seen as a solid and mature effort from the rapper, who had by then become one of the elder statesmen of the West Coast hip-hop scene.

One of the most notable tracks, “That’s That Shit” featuring R. Kelly, became a hit due to its catchy hook and smooth production. “Vato,” featuring B-Real from Cypress Hill, was another standout single that brought back the narrative style of Snoop’s earlier storytelling in his lyrics. “Imagine,” a collaboration with Dr. Dre and D’Angelo, was praised for its reflective lyrics and poignant beat.

CD Track Listings:

1. Intrology
2. Think About It
3. Crazy
4. Vato
5. That’s That Sh*t
6. Candy
7. Get A Light
8. Gangbangn 101
9. Boss’ Life
10. Lax
11. Lil’ Grips
12. Round Here
13. Bi**h I Knew
14. Like This
15. Which One Of You
16. I Wanna F**k You
17. Psst
18. Beat Up On Yo Pads
19. Don’t Stop
20. Imagine
21. Conversations

Ego Trippin’

Ego Trippin'

Released March 11, 2008

“Ego Trippin'” is the ninth studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on March 11, 2008, by Doggystyle Records and Geffen Records. The album saw Snoop Dogg experimenting with new sounds, embracing a variety of genres including hip-hop, funk, and soul, which indicated his versatility as an artist. The album includes production from a diverse group of producers such as Teddy Riley, Pharrell Williams, and Rick Rock, among others.

“Ego Trippin'”, devoid of any gangsta rap, was part of Snoop Dogg’s rebranding effort and included the hit single “Sexual Eruption” (also known as “Sensual Seduction”), which showcased a vintage funk vibe with Snoop Dogg using Auto-Tune, a popular effect at the time. The song was a commercial success and is one of the album’s most memorable tracks due to its distinct departure from Snoop’s typical style.

The album features guest appearances from Too $hort, Mistah F.A.B., Raphael Saadiq, and Charlie Wilson, further emphasizing its diverse sound. “Ego Trippin'” was well received by critics who appreciated the creativity and different styles Snoop Dogg explored.

CD Track Listings:

  1. A Word Witchya! (Intro)
  2. Press Play
  3. SD Is Out
  4. Gangsta Like Me
  5. Neva Have 2 Worry
  6. Sexual Eruption
  7. Life Of Da Party
  8. Waste Of Time
  9. Cool
  10. Sets Up
  11. Deez Hollywood Nights
  12. Whateva U Do
  13. Staxxx In My Jeans
  14. Been Around Tha World
  15. Let It Out
  16. My Medicine
  17. Ridin’ In My Chevy
  18. Those Gurlz
  19. One Chance (Make It Good)
  20. Why Did You Leave Me
  21. Can’t Say Goodbye

Malice n Wonderland

Malice n Wonderland

Released December 8, 2009

“Malice n Wonderland” is the tenth studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg, released on December 8, 2009, by Doggystyle and Priority Records. This album marks Snoop Dogg’s first release after becoming the chairman of Priority Records, and with this record, he aimed to blend the street-oriented sounds that his earlier work was known for with more accessible, radio-friendly beats.

For “Malice n Wonderland,” Snoop Dogg enlisted a bevy of star producers, including The-Dream, Tricky Stewart, The Neptunes, and Teddy Riley, creating a sound that is at once both gritty and smooth. This diversity in production gave the album a varied feel, with tracks ranging from hardcore rap to melodic R&B.

The album features several guest appearances from artists such as R. Kelly, Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em, Brandy, and Pharrell, providing a rich tapestry of voices and styles throughout the tracks. Snoop Dogg’s lyrical prowess remains a focal point, with his laid-back flow adapting seamlessly to the different vibes present on the album.

CD Track Listings:

  1. I Wanna Rock
  2. Intro
  3. 2 Minute Warning
  4. 1800 – with Lil Jon
  5. Different Languages – with Jazmine Sullivan
  6. Gangsta Luv – with The-Dream
  7. Pronto – with Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em
  8. That’s Tha Homie
  9. Upside Down
  10. Secrets – with Kokane
  11. Pimpin Ain’t EZ – with R. Kelly
  12. Luv Drunk – with The Dream
  13. Special – with Brandy and Pharrell 
  14. Outro



Released March 29, 2011

“Doggumentary” is the eleventh studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on March 29, 2011, by Priority Records and Doggystyle Records. The album serves as a sequel to his classic debut, “Doggystyle,” and as such, it revisits many of the themes and sounds that made his early work iconic.

During the recording of “Doggumentary,” Snoop Dogg worked with a host of producers, among them Scott Storch, Kanye West, Lex Luger, and Wiz Khalifa, as well as guest vocalists like T-Pain, R. Kelly, John Legend, and E-40. This roster of collaborators contributed to an eclectic mix of styles that blended traditional West Coast hip-hop beats with elements of funk, R&B, and even pop.

The production quality of the album is top-notch, showcasing Snoop Dogg’s ear for infectious rhythms and his capacity to evolve with contemporary music trends while still maintaining his distinct sound. Lyrically, Snoop Dogg alternates between party anthems, introspective tracks, and gangsta rap, displaying the versatility that has characterized much of his career.

“Doggumentary” received mixed reviews from music critics. Some praised its homage to Snoop’s earlier style and its diverse range of sounds, while others criticized it for a perceived lack of focus. Regardless, it contained a number of standout tracks that were well-received by fans.

The album features the hit singles “Wet” and “Boom,” which features T-Pain. These tracks underscore Snoop’s penchant for creating catchy hooks that resonate with his audience, both in the clubs and on the radio.

CD Track Listings:

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


Released April 23, 2013

Reincarnated” is an album by Snoop Lion, the reggae alter ego of rapper Snoop Dogg, released on April 23, 2013. This project represents Snoop Dogg’s temporary shift from hip-hop to reggae and his embrace of the Rastafarian movement, which was chronicled in a documentary of the same name.

The production of the album was led by Major Lazer, with additional contributions from producers such as Diplo, Ariel Rechtshaid, and Dre Skull. “Reincarnated” features collaborations with artists such as Drake, Chris Brown, Rita Ora, Miley Cyrus, and Busta Rhymes, highlighting the album’s blend of reggae, dancehall, and pop influences.

The content of “Reincarnated” diverges significantly from Snoop Dogg’s typical rap fare, with a focus on peace, love, and social consciousness. Tracks like “No Guns Allowed” reflect Snoop Lion’s anti-violence stance, while “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks” with Miley Cyrus offers a contemplative take on life and loss.

The album received a mixed critical reception. Some praised Snoop Lion for experimenting with a new genre and addressing mature themes, while others criticized the effort as unconvincing or inconsistent with his established image. Regardless, “Reincarnated” demonstrates Snoop Dogg’s versatility and willingness to take risks as an artist.

CD Track Listings:

  1. Rebel Way
  2. Here Comes the King – with Angela Hunte
  3. Lighters Up – with Mavado & Popcaan
  4. So Long – with Angela Hunte
  5. Get Away – with Angela Hunte
  6. No Guns Allowed – with Drake & Cori B
  7. Fruit Juice – with Mr. Vegas
  8. Smoke the Weed – with Collie Budz
  9. Tired of Running – with Akon
  10. The Good Good – with Iza
  11. Torn Apart – with Rita Ora
  12. Ashtrays & Heartbreaks – with Miley Cyrus
  13. Boulevard – with Jahdan Blakkamoore
  14. Remedy – with Busta Rhymes & Chris Brown
  15. La La La
  16. Harder Time



Released May 12, 2015

“Bush” is an album by Snoop Dogg, released on May 12, 2015. This project marked Snoop Dogg’s return to the music scene after his brief stint as Snoop Lion and represents a significant stylistic shift to a funk and R&B-driven sound. The album was entirely produced by Pharrell Williams, which ensured a cohesive sonic texture characterized by Pharrell’s signature blend of smooth funk, soulful grooves, and contemporary hip-hop elements.

Featuring guest appearances from Stevie Wonder, Charlie Wilson, Gwen Stefani, Kendrick Lamar, and Rick Ross, among others, “Bush” emphasizes Snoop Dogg’s versatility as an artist and his ability to craft records that bridge the gap between different genres and eras of music. The tracks are infused with a laid-back, summery vibe that harks back to the heyday of funk and soul while remaining firmly planted in modern production aesthetics.

Critically, “Bush” was well-received for its production quality and the seamless integration of Snoop Dogg’s relaxed rap flow with more melodic, singing-driven tracks. The album showcased Snoop’s ability to evolve and experiment with new sounds while maintaining his iconic status in the music industry.

CD Track Listings:

  1. California Roll – with Stevie Wonder
  2. This City
  3. R U A Freak
  4. Awake
  5. So Many Pros
  6. Peaches N Cream – with Charlie Wilson
  7. Edibles – with T.I.
  8. I Knew That
  9. Run Away – with Gwen Stefani
  10. I’m Ya Dogg – with Kendrick Lamar & Rick Ross

Cuzznz – Daz Dillinger & Snoop Dogg

Released January 15, 2016

“Cuzznz” is a collaborative album by American rappers Daz Dillinger and Snoop Dogg, released on January 15, 2016. The album features these two well-known West Coast artists who happen to be cousins, coming together to create a record that reinforces their strong ties to the West Coast hip-hop scene and their family connection.

As two artists with deep roots in the G-Funk era and the Death Row Records dynasty, “Cuzznz” is infused with the laid-back, funky beats and smooth flows that both rappers are known for. Their chemistry is palpable across the album’s tracks, with both rappers exchanging verses that reflect their experiences and street savvy.

The production on “Cuzznz” harks back to the ’90s G-Funk style, with heavy bass lines, whiny synthesizers, and melodic hooks, while also incorporating modern elements that keep it fresh and relevant. It’s a blend of nostalgia and current trends that appeals to fans of the old school as well as newer audiences.

The album wasn’t as heavily promoted as solo releases from either artist and didn’t make a significant impact on the charts. However, it was appreciated by fans for its authenticity and the way it showcases the bond between Daz and Snoop.

CD Track Listings:

  1. Have U Eva
  2. N My System
  3. Six n’da Morning
  4. Pop Pop Bang
  5. Phenomonon
  6. Happy Birthday
  7. Dic Walk
  8. N My Life Tyme
  9. Best Friend
  10. Sho You Right
  11. What’s Yo Pleasure
  12. It’s Not a Secret
  13. Keep’a Nigga High
  14. We’ll Miss U


Released July 1, 2016

“Coolaid” is an album by Snoop Dogg, released on July 1, 2016. This record marked a return to the classic G-Funk sound that Snoop was originally known for, especially following his reggae and funk adventures on previous albums. It serves as a reminder of Snoop Dogg’s versatility and enduring presence in the hip-hop industry.

The album is notable for its reflection on Snoop Dogg’s early days, with a modern twist that keeps it fresh and relevant. The production is laden with funky beats and smooth grooves, and Snoop’s flow is as slick as ever, delivering his lines with the laid-back swagger that he’s celebrated for.

CD Track Listings:

  1. Legend
  2. Ten Toes Down
  3. Don’t Stop – with Too Short
  4. Super Crip
  5. Coolaid Man
  6. Let Me See Em Up – with Swizz Beatz
  7. Point Seen Money Gone – with Jeremih
  8. Oh Na Na – with  Wiz Khalifa
  9. My Carz
  10. Two or More
  11. Affiliated – with Trick Trick
  12. Feel About Snoop
  13. Light It Up – with Swizz Beatz
  14. Side Piece
  15. Kush Ups – with Wiz Khalifa
  16. Double Tap – with E-40 & Jazze Pha
  17. Got Those
  18. Let the Beat Drop (Celebrate) – with Swizz Beatz
  19. What If – with Suga Free
  20. Revolution – with October London

Neva Left

Released May 19, 2017

Neva Left is a testament to Snoop Dogg’s durability and adaptability in the ever-evolving world of hip-hop. Released on May 19, 2017, this album stitches together the G-funk sound of Snoop’s early years with contemporary sonic textures, signifying a full-circle moment in his career. It was recorded over several years at various locations, including Doggystyle Records Studio and Record Plant in Los Angeles, though specific dates and times are not publicly detailed.

The album was shepherded by a collective of producers that Snoop Dogg has often collaborated with. Notable among them are Rick Rock, who brings his signature West Coast sound to the mix, and Big Tray Deee, who contributes to both production and vocals, ensuring that the album resonates with the authenticity of the Long Beach sound. The musician lineup boasts a who’s who of collaborators, including the likes of Too $hort, Wiz Khalifa, KRS-One, and Charlie Wilson, among others, which blends Snoop’s iconic style with a variety of other voices in the genre.

Critical reception of Neva Left recognized Snoop Dogg’s ability to pay homage to his roots while staying relevant. The lyrical prowess and flow remained sharp as ever, with “Mount Kushmore” and “Lavender (Nightfall Remix)” being standouts for their clever wordplay and commentary on contemporary issues. Commercially, the album performed modestly, debuting at number 54 on the Billboard 200, a testament to Snoop’s enduring fan base.

CD Track Listings:

  1. Neva Left
  2. Moment I Feared – with Rick Rock
  3. Bacc In da Dayz – with Big Tray Deee
  4. Promise You This
  5. Trash Bags – with K CAMP
  6. Swivel – with Stresmatic
  7. Go On – with October London
  8. Big Mouth
  9. Toss It – with Too $hort & Nef The Pharaoh
  10. 420 (Blaze Up) – with Devin the Dude, Wiz Khalifa & DJ Battlecat
  11. Lavender
  12. Let Us Begin – with KRS-One
  13. Mount Kushmore – with Redman, Method Man & B-Real
  14. Vapors – with Charlie Wilson & Teena Marie
  15. Still Here
  16. Love Around The World

Bible of Love

Released March 16, 2018

Bible of Love is a double studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg, which showcases a different side of the artist known for his gangsta rap persona. Released on March 16, 2018, this gospel album reflects a deep and personal journey for Snoop Dogg presenting him not only as a rapper but also as a singer and a preacher, of sorts. The album was recorded across various studios, primarily in Snoop’s home base of California. While the exact recording dates and times are not publicly documented, it was a project that unfolded over several years, hinting at a meticulous and heartfelt production process.

Snoop Dogg not only performed on the album but also took on the role of executive producer, collaborating with a range of gospel artists and producers to ensure the authenticity and quality of the music. The album features a host of gospel legends and contemporary artists, including Fred Hammond, The Clark Sisters, Tye Tribbett, and Rance Allen. With a total of 32 tracks spread over two discs, Bible of Love delves into various gospel genres, from traditional to contemporary, with a touch of R&B and hip-hop flair.

Critically, Bible of Love was received with curiosity and commendation for its positive messages and quality production, though it was a departure from Snoop Dogg’s typical musical repertoire. It opened at number one on the Billboard Gospel Albums Chart, demonstrating the wide reach of Snoop Dogg’s artistry, even in a genre as distinct from his origins as gospel.

CD Track Listings:

  1. Thank You Lord (Intro) – with Chris Bolton
  2. Love for God – with Uncle Chucc, The Zion Messengers & K-Ci
  3. Always Got Something to Say
  4. Defeated – with John P. Kee
  5. In the Name of Jesus – with October London
  6. Going Home – with Uncle Chucc & The Zion Messengers
  7. Saved – with Faith Evans & 3rd Generation
  8. Sunshine Feel Good – with Kim Burrell
  9. Sunrise – with Sly Pyper
  10. Pure Gold- with The Clark Sisters
  11. Pain – with B Slade
  12. New Wave – with Mali Music
  13. On Time – with B Slade
  14. You – with Tye Tribbett
  15. One More Day – with Charlie Wilson

Disc Two:

  1. Bible of Love  – with Lonny Bereal
  2. Come as You Are – with Marvin Sapp & Mary Mary
  3. Talk to God – with Mali Music & Kim Burrell
  4. Changed – with Isaac Carree & Jazze Pha
  5. Praise Him – with Soopafly
  6. Blessing Me Again – with Rance Allen
  7. Blessed & Highly Favored – with The Clark Sisters
  8. Unbelievable – with Ev3
  9. No One Else – with K-Ci
  10. Chizzle – with Sly Pyper & Daz Dillinger
  11. My God – with James Wright
  12. When It’s All Over – with Patti LaBelle
  13. Crown – with Tyrell Urquhart, Jazze Pha & Isaac Carree
  14. Call Him – with Fred Hammond
  15. Change the World – with John P. Kee
  16. Voices of Praise
  17. Words Are Few – with B Slade

I Wanna Thank Me

Released August 16, 2019

I Wanna Thank Me is the seventeenth studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg, which was released on August 16, 2019. The title is derived from his viral acceptance speech at the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where he humorously thanked himself for his longevity and success in the music industry. The recording sessions for the album took place primarily in Los Angeles, California, with Snoop Dogg utilizing studios that have long been part of his creation process, such as Doggystyle Records Studio and others in the area.

This project is stacked with contributions from a diverse set of producers including DJ Battlecat, who has been a frequent collaborator throughout Snoop’s career, along with Fredwreck, Jazze Pha, and others who have helped shape the West Coast sound. The album also features a variety of guest artists ranging from longtime peers like Nate Dogg and Warren G to newer artists such as YG and Mustard, showcasing Snoop’s ability to bridge generations of hip-hop within his work.

Critically, I Wanna Thank Me was seen as a celebration of Snoop Dogg’s legacy, embracing the sounds that have defined his career while also experimenting with new rhythms and flows. While the album did not chart as high as some of his classic work, peaking at number 76 on the Billboard 200, it was still considered a success by reinforcing Snoop’s place in the culture as a versatile and enduring artist.

CD Track Listings:

  1. What U Talkin’ Bout
  2. So Misinformed – with Slick Rick
  3. Let Bygones Be Bygones
  4. One Blood, One Cuzz – with DJ Battlecat
  5. Countdown – with Swizz Beatz
  6. I C Your Bull
  7. Turn Me On – with Chris Brown
  8. Blue Face Hunnids – with YG & Mustard
  9. New Booty
  10. Take Me Away – with Russ & Wiz Khalifa
  11. Do It When I’m In It – with Jermaine Dupri, Ozuna & Slim Jxmmi
  12. First Place – with Tdot Illdude
  13. Focused
  14. Rise To the Top – with Trey Songz & Swizz Beatz
  15. Wintertime in June – with Nate Dogg
  16. Doo Wop Thank Me – with The HamilTones
  17. Main Phone – with Rick Rock & Stressmatic
  18. Do You Like I Do – with Lil Duval
  19. I’ve Been Looking For You- with Eric Jaye
  20. Little Square UBi*chU – with Anitta
  21. Ventilation – with. RJmrLA, $tupid Young & Azjah

From tha Streets 2 tha Suites

Released April 20, 2021

From tha Streets 2 tha Suites is an album by American rapper Snoop Dogg, released on April 20, 2021. This date, known colloquially as “4/20,” is significant in cannabis culture, a theme that is no stranger to Snoop Dogg’s music and personal brand. The album continues his exploration of the funk-infused beats and laid-back West Coast rap that has defined much of his work.

The album’s production credits include a roster of producers who each bring a distinct sound that complements Snoop’s style. Notable names among them are ProHoeZak, who produces several tracks on the album, lending a modern yet nostalgically West Coast vibe, and Battlecat, a producer with a deep history in the G-funk sound, who contributes to the sonic texture of the project. The collaborative nature of the album is evident in its features, with guest appearances from artists like Mozzy, Larry June, and Devin the Dude, among others, illustrating the respect Snoop Dogg commands across different eras of hip-hop.

Critics and fans alike viewed From tha Streets 2 tha Suites as a continuation of Snoop Dogg’s legacy as a staple in the hip-hop community, noting his ability to stay true to his roots while also adapting to the evolving musical landscape. Though it did not achieve the commercial success of his earlier albums, it was a project that resonated with his core fanbase, appreciated for its classic Snoop Dogg vibe and the effortless charisma he brings to his music.

CD Track Listings:

  1. CEO
  2. Roaches In My Ashtray – with Prohoezak
  3. Gang Signs – with Mozzy
  4. Talk Dat Shit To Me – with KoKane
  5. Sittin On Blades
  6. Say It Witcha Body – with Prohoezak
  7. Get Yo Bread Up – with Larry June
  8. Fetty In the Bag – with Big Tray Deee & Goldie Loc
  9. Look Around – with J Black
  10. Left My Weed – with Devin the Dude & J Black

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