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The Under-Sung Importance Of Snoop Dogg


Former HipHopDX Editor-In-Chief Jake Paine has this week written an Editorial about Snoop Dogg.

The piece – entitled “Who Got Da Props?: The Under-Sung Importance Of Snoop Dogg” – looks at despite him being one of musics most recognizable stars – why are fans seemingly so apathetic to Tha Doggfather?

The article makes a case for Snoop as one of the greats and evaluates both his musical achievements and his under-reported key status as a linchpin of the Westcoast Hip-Hop scene for over two decades.

From his debut LP, his time with Death Row and No Limit right through his Priority “Doggystyle Records” imprint days which hosted or supported a whole host of former Death Row Inmates as well as emerging new talent – the article evaluates those moves that have helped shape the coast.

On a personal level Snoop has never shied away from the limelight for over 20 years with ventures both in and out of music – but along the way he’s also done more than most to keep a family around him and support both friends – and even foes – in a career that has had its fair share of highs – and lows.

Check the full “Who Got Da Props?: The Under-Sung Importance Of Snoop Dogg” article in HHDX now.


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