Speaking of great Snoop Dogg classics, check out John Legend and The Roots’ take on Little Ghetto Boy.

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This one is off the full album collabo between John Legend and The Roots that will be dropping on 9/21.  The album is all covers of soul classics from the 60s and 70s that have a political theme.

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Here’s Dr. Dre’s Lil Ghetto Boy from the Chronic featuring Snoop Dogg:

And, the original from Donny Hathaway that started it all:

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