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The late Cali crooner still has a huge impact on hip hop.
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50 Cent reveals the artwork for his new LP, and more rappers who've drawn inspiration from Mother Nature.
Based on his name, it's really no surprise that Snoop featured a dog on the album cover of his debut. In addition to the cartoon cover — which was a riff on the iconic image of Snoopy lying on a doghouse — the video for "Who Am I? (What's My Name?...
A few years after he left Death Row, Snoop still had a bone to pick with Suge Knight. The veteran MC went at the label exec on 2002’s “Pimp Slapp’d,” attempting to cut down the persona off the oft-feared, larger-than-life honcho.