Snoop Dogg Throws Down A Megamix Of All The Doggystyle Samples (Video)

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Snoop Dogg has a few different monikers for his crafts. In 2008, as QDT, he quietly teamed with DJ Quik and Teddy Riley to produce a big chunk of Ego Trippin’. As a DJ, Snoop goes by DJ Snoopadelic. Always having fun, Doggy Dogg kicked off a celebration weekend of the 20th anniversary of his four-times platinum Doggystyle debut.

The Death Row Records album featured some of Dr. Dre’s finest production, with an ensemble at the boards including Warren G, Dat Nigga Daz (nka Daz Dillinger), George Clinton, Sam Sneed, Soopafly, Chris “The Glove” Taylor, Bootsy Collins, and Tha Row’s famed musicians including Carl “Butch” Small.

A lover of ’70s Funk and Soul, Snoop whipped up a crisp, clean mix featuring all the sonic samples from his finest LP. You’ll hear heavy doses of P-Funk, George McRae, Cameo, Slick Rick, and more.

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