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

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Snoop Dogg – Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told (1998)

The significance behind this album is that it was Snoop's first post-Death Row album. The very public fallout between Snoop and Suge Knight led the Cali emcee to search out a new record label, eventually signing with No Limit, who were at the top of their game at the time. It was also Master P's first veteran signing and one of the few acts not from New Orleans to arrive on the label. Fans should note that this was the first album that Snoop released as Snoop Dogg and not Snoop Doggy Dogg, as he was initially known. 

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