'Get A Light' with Damian Marley I have to listen a few more times until it really opens up to me. With 'gangbangin 101' is announced the next Hardcore Hammer. The prison story is simply described so vividly and credibly and GAME's guest Feature inpression. Highlight clearly. 'Boss Life', the first of 3 DR DRE Beats also I like super. Even AKON doing here ne super figure with his slightly exotic style. LAX with the sample of Puffy + Biggie at the beginning of bangs just fall off everything. This is material that would have convinced even on Doggystyle. Madness - ICE CUBE proves here's new, that it is essential to count on him again. '10 Lil 'Crips' is textually again something of ultra violent, realistic and to the point - Hip Hop Is Dead? Not at all. In New York perhaps, in Long Beach definitely not ... "Do not Give Them a Reason For a killin 'spree" - How true! How important in this context, the previous track of a common BLOODS (GAME) and a CRIPS (Snoop), is abundantly clear here.
They were now 12 HIT TRAX. Up here so everything Paletti - Burner / 5 star masterpiece etc.
Everything now comes is adding. So Snoop will also see the well, and why skimp when kannn padding?
So I forgive him the 2, 3 average Trax as Round Here, Bitch I Knew or Like This. everything ok - clearly not just mandatory Classic Stuff. The middle section is bored by something. And that had only let me doubt the quality of the album. But this is just the calm before the storm, because it is quite hard! Akon comes again with his best ever track "I Wanna Fuck You" unadorned to the point.
Psst! is a very rested Tune with class production and good Guest Appearance by Jamie Foxx. "Beat On You Pads" is a spin agitation board that the bus is running the football team of Snoop's sons before each game. That fits, wobbles and has air. For now the going gets tough: Here utmost attention is required .SNOOP DOGG & DR DRE together again on Microphone with deepsten textual pearl in recent years. On IMAGINE you wondering what in the US would be going on, if it were not for HipHop: No Def Jam, not Suge Knight with Death Row, Snoop disenfranchised and pushed in jail back and forth. This is great material for a rap track! The strings and thick sounds which are ascended here to fit optimally. THE SONG OF THE YEAR. Incidentally suggests the opera geschwängerte duet by Jay-Z + NAS to 'Hip Hop Is Dead' in every respect (lyrically, lecture, Beat, Arrangement). Towards the end of the one true God is thanked. The matching final Collaboration comes with Stevie Wonder. On 'Conversation' quote Snoop and Stevie the classic "Have A Talk With God" from the 'Songs in the Key of Life "double album MOTOWN.
The brilliant mastering of Brian "Big Bass" Gardner gives them all the necessary acoustic touches and finished is another milestone in Snoop's career lines which starts without detours to doggy style. Nice that we, that still may experience fans of the first hour.