- Summary: This self-proclaimed masterpiece from the veteran rapper features production work from The Neptunes. Other guests include Nelly, Bootsy Collins, and those old hip-hop standbys, The Bee Gees.
- Record Label: Geffen
- Genre(s): Rap
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SmithDec 14, 2004Great CD..
stephsJan 25, 2005One of the few CD's i can listen to without pressing "SKIP" every other song. Well put together and generally entertaining
martinwFeb 17, 2005alot better than i thought it would be.one of his best.i've read the critics and i believe they are too critical and probably dont like snoop.good album stand out track for me 13.promise I… Expand
ashnazDec 13, 2004dont listen to critics of this album. its one of the finest ive brought this year, with some tunes that really are addictive!
bradbMar 6, 2005pretty goos cd. nice beats and production by the neptunes. just a note - Snoop was born in 1971, which makes him 34 not fourty something.
[Anonymous]Nov 24, 2004His Cd is AIGHT.
SteveJJan 31, 2005Starts ok with track 1 then descends into mediocrity by track 2 and continues with consistently thereafter
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