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Doggumentary

Doggumentary

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by Snoop Dogg
     
 

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When Snoop Dogg took the Doggystyle 2 title off his planned 2011 release, it was a heads-up to fans that this is not the worthy sequel to his landmark debut. Judging from the highlights, it could have been heading there at one time, but Doggystyle was filler-free and flowed while Doggumentary adheres to mixtape

Overview

When Snoop Dogg took the Doggystyle 2 title off his planned 2011 release, it was a heads-up to fans that this is not the worthy sequel to his landmark debut. Judging from the highlights, it could have been heading there at one time, but Doggystyle was filler-free and flowed while Doggumentary adheres to mixtape standards, dropping all its bangers into one big bowl along with the B-list material. No doubt, the Yazoo-sampling "Boom" with T-Pain sits on Snoop's top shelf when it comes to pop, and if you crave that crooked West Coast style, "We Rest n Cali" rocks off-kilter, worships at the altar of Zapp, and sticks both regional hero Goldie Loc and P-Funk legend Bootsy on the track, just so all the elements are in place. The gimmicky "Wet" is a fine follow-up to "Sensual Seduction," and the surprises are either extremely rewarding this time out (the Gorillaz collaboration "Sumthin' Like This Night" is beautifully broken reggae that can lift the listener to a higher plane) or pleasantly amusing (the Willie Nelson team-up "Superman" is sloppy, front porch, and very cute). Navigating this 21-track session is the hard part, but once fans do the necessary trimming and pull out their favorite 14 or so, Doggumentary becomes a fine addition to Snoop's catalog.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/29/2011
Label:
Priority Records
UPC:
5099990795220
catalogNumber:
07952

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Snoop Dogg   Primary Artist
Willie Nelson   Guitar
Mickey Raphael   Harmonica
Bootsy Collins   Drums
Belinda Lipscomb   Vocals
DJ Pooh   Vocals
DJ Battlecat   Percussion,Keyboards,Talk Box
Dev   Vocals
LaToiya Williams   Vocals
Tony Allen   Drums
Mamie Gunn   Vocals
Khalil Abdul Rahman   Keyboards
Morris Mingo   Keyboards
Antone "Chooky" Caldwell   Bass
Stephen Bruner   Bass
Jeff Bhasker   Keyboards
"Fredwreck" Farid Nassar   Guitar,Keyboards,Moog Synthesizer
Bad Lucc   Vocals
Armond "Bamm" Davis   Keyboards
Danny Keyz   Keyboards
Kayla Waggoner   Vocals
Will Hamm   Vocals
Amber Sibbett   Vocals
Tony "56" Jackson   Keyboards
Matthew Desantis   Vocals

Technical Credits

Sam Cooke   Composer
Luther Vandross   Composer
Snoop Dogg   Executive Producer
R. Kelly   Composer
Bootsy Collins   Engineer,Vocal Arrangements
George Clinton   Composer
Todd Cooper   Engineer
Mike Dean   Engineer
Lamont Dozier   Composer
Eddie Holland   Composer
Brian Holland   Composer
Scott Spencer Storch   Producer
Larry Troutman   Composer
Roger   Composer
Meech Wells   Producer
DJ Battlecat   Sound Effects,Producer
Andrew Dawson   Engineer
Rick Rock   Producer
Daz   Engineer
Jason Cox   Engineer
Calvin Broadus   Composer
Devin Copeland   Engineer
Abel Garibaldi   Engineer
Kanye West   Composer,Producer
Anthony Kilhoffer   Engineer
Truck Turner   Engineer
Matt Price   Engineer
Ian Mereness   Engineer
David Banner   Producer
Gorillaz   Producer
DJ Reflex   Producer
Toby Donohue   Engineer
Ted Chung   Engineer
DJ Khalil   Producer
Nico Solis   Engineer
Javier Valverde   Engineer
Khalil Abdul Rahman   Engineer,drum programming
Jake One   Producer
Mike Chav   Engineer
Rick Rude   Producer,Engineer
"Fredwreck" Farid Nassar   Producer
Hector Delgado   Engineer
Scoop DeVille   Producer
Cataracs   Producer
Deegan Mack Adams   Engineer
Noah Goldstein   Engineer
Shon Lawon   Engineer
Big Jerm   Engineer
Roel Verberk   Engineer
Sven Lens   Engineer
Stephen Sedgwick   Engineer
Gordon Groothedde   Engineer
Thx   Producer
Erik "Mr. E." Ramos   Engineer
Porter   Producer
Warryn "Baby Dubb" Campbell   Producer
Dave "Diz Mix" Lopez   Engineer
Travis "Shaggy" Marshall   Engineer
Lexus "Lex Luger" Lewis   Producer
Aaron "Lefty" Kimmerer   Engineer
Vic Wainstein   Engineer

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Doggumentary 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
stiiffy More than 1 year ago
While I am not the most avid of rap fans, I must say that I have always enjoyed Snoop Dogg. I recommend this cd because it has a lot of the groove-type tunes that he used to do. I especially like Boom with T-Pain and his collabo with Wiz Kalifa (The Weed Iz Mine). I think that anyone who likes the kind of rap that Mtv is playing right now would enjoy this CD.