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No Limit Top Dogg [Clean] [Edited]
1. Dolomite (Intro)
2. Buck 'Em - (featuring Sticky Fingers)
3. Trust Me - (featuring Sylk-E. Fyne/Suga Free)
4. My Heat Goes Boom
7. In Love With a Thug
8. G Bedtime Stories
9. Down 4 My N's - (featuring C-Murder/Magic)
10. Betta Days
11. Somethin Bout Yo Bidness - (featuring Raphael Saadiq)
12. Bitch Please - (featuring Xzibit)
13. Doin' Too Much
14. Gangsta Ride - (featuring Silkk the Shocker)
15. Ghetto Symphony - (featuring 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' - (featuring Dr. Dre/Jewell)
19. Don't Tell - (featuring Warren G/Mauseburg/Nate Dogg)
20. 20 Minutes - (featuring Goldie Loc)
21. I Love My Momma
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 50080
Personnel includes: Snoop Dogg, Sticky Fingers, Sylk E. Fine, Suga Free, Magic, Raphael Saadiq, Xzibit, Fiend, Mia X, Goldie Loc, Dr. Dre, Jewell, Mauseberg, Warren G, Silkk The Shocker, C-Murder, Daz, Kurupt, Mystikal, Nate Dogg (rap vocals); James Tre Rabb, Jimmy Roach (guitar); Shawn Dogg (background vocals).
Producers include: Dr. Dre, Bud'da, Meech Wells, Ant Banks, KLC.
Personnel: Jimmy Roach (guitar).
Audio Mixer: Ant Banks.
While Snoop's No Limit debut left many long-time fans cold, his sophomore effort at Master P's label sees the LBC representative returning to form with a gang of reliable West Coast beatmakers (Dr. Dre, DJ Quik, Jelly Roll) in tow. Released some two years after the East/West beef hit its apex, TOPP DOGG represents Snoop's induction as a mainstream hip-hop icon, as the Dre-produced "B Please" garnered heavy rotation in all areas, conquering New York radio-waves for the first time. Elsewhere, Snoop parlays his trademark laidback rhyme style between aggressive, gangstafied grandstanding ("Buck `Em," "My Heat Goes Boom," "Buss'n Rocks") and smoothed-out hood love songs ("In Love With a Thug," "Don't Tell), even turning sensitive with a closing cut dedicated to his mother ("I Love My Momma"). All in all, TOPP DOGG proves that, under the right conditions, the G-Funk and No Limit eras are far from incompatible.
Rolling Stone (6/10/99, p.120) - out of 5 - Good - "...Snoop's finest work since his debut album...full of seductive party jams that will keep heads bobbing through the summer. Snoop has returned to West Coast G-funk with the help of some old friends...like Dr. Dre and DJ Quik..."
The Source (2/00, p.95) - Included in The Source's "Top 10 Albums of the Year ."
NME (Magazine) (5/29/99, p.37) - 8 out of 10 - "...the silken, sumptuous flow of yore is back, threading deluxe soul and full-bodied grooves....the cool drawl of Snoop...captivates, unveiling tales of love, thuggery, surviving and succeeding in the wild west....a certifiable return to form..."
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