Snoop Dogg has put in an amazing amount of work over the past few years after his some what apologetic "The Last Meal" - which was undoubtedly a welcome return to 'Doggystyle' form.
This compilation features his new Doggy Style roster - not to be confused with his Dogg House roster which is on TVT Records and has Tha Eastsidaz, and Doggy's Angels on - consisting of Mr. Kane (formerly Kokane), cousin Soopafly, cousin E-White, soulful singer La Toiya and Snoop himself.
Listening to the album, and reading the tracklist closely you notice Snoop has enlisted a lot of other talent he's associated with, including on-time kid rapper Special Ed, Mobb Deep's Prodigy, Nate Dogg, one time friend-turned-enemy-then-turned-friend RBX, cousin Daz, an unlikely match up with Cam'Ron.
Undoubtedly the best track on the album is "Don't Make A Wrong Move" featuring Snoop, Kane, Special Ed and Prodigy. And for the rest of the album, show stealers are RBX which his grimey Satan-like flow on "Doin' It Big", and "The Strong Will Eat the Weak", Soopafly with his bouncey style on "Bitches Treat", "Are You Ready?", and the current single "Doh' Doh" and new comer E-White on "Dogg House America" and "Raised on Tha Side" as well as the rerturn of The Lady of Rage on "Unfuckwitable" produced by the incredible DJ Premier.
Other production is handled by Alchemist, Hi-Tek, Fred Wreck, EZ Elpee, and Soopafly. Rounding off the album to be one of Snoop's best offerings yet and a possible return to the forefront of Hiphop for the L.B.C massive.written by