The Best No Limit Album Covers Circa '97-'99

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Snoop Dogg – No Limit Top Dogg (1999)

This album was a return to form in some ways for Snoop. For one, the album cover ditched the signature blinged-out look that came with all No Limit albums (including Snoop's last one). It also featured collaborations with artists that were in Snoop's lane, including Dr. Dre. Led by the single "Trick Please," it helped kick start the next chapter of the West Coast movement at the time. Remember, The Chronic 2001 was released the same year, heping to reignite his career as well as Dre's. 

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