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  • CD (4 novembre 2002)
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  • Label: Parlophone
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Par migouche le 12 juillet 2013
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a conseiller sans problèmes très bon cd du grand snoop je le passe en boucle tous les jours sans problemes
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Par nicolas le 9 septembre 2014
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ce CD de snoop dog comme tout les autres sont super celui lui la je le conseil c'est du pur son !!!!!
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pas terrible je pense ne plus faire d'achat de cd car jai eu trop de mauvaise experience car trop de cd casser ou manquant
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HASH(0xa2234840) étoiles sur 5 For Shizzle My Nizzle, It's the Snoop D-o-double Gizzle 30 novembre 2002
Par LEX_O - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Classic Snoop, if one album can even be measured up to the kind of funk that he so eliquently dropped in '93 on Doggystyle this is the one. He has found his flow, he favors pimps and his snoop deville, over the Raiders and navagators. He has put down the joint (sad) and picked up the mic. For everyone who is hatin' on his new slow songs need to listen up to the new snoop and stop comparing him to his "doggy dogg" moniker. The kid has grown up and is finally stepping forward making this album a 1970's pimp theme song extravaganza. Taking it slow because sometimes you have to take thing slower. But there is enough head nodders in here to crack a vertabre. With beats from Jellyroll, who has taken over most of the production on this album, he stays on top and unstoppable. Premo, High Tek, and Neptunes also serve a musical inspirations. But this new cat Jellyroll has beats only matched by Dre. This bring me to my next complaint, Dre was not on the album get over it. Dre is the starter of Snoop's career without Dre there may have been no Snoop, but life goes on we can't dwell on something that isn't there. The beats sound spectacular for the most part. Snoop's flow is impressive and this album is great. With apperances by Bishop Don Magic Juan, Redman, Gay-Z, Ludacris, Nate, Lady of Rage, and RBX, the guest list is impressive. The best song on the joint are Stoplight; which is an Parliment remake of flashlight, Lollipop with gay-z, Paper'd Up with a dope fluit in it, The One and Only beat by Premo, Long Beach to Brick City with Redman(Dope), and Pimp Slapp'd with a dre like beat dissing Suge and Kurupt and Tha Row. Respect do anyone that disses these two deserves a five star. They are the reason that rap almost got ruined.
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HASH(0xa223dc18) étoiles sur 5 Let me catch my breath.... 16 mars 2003
Par MrFly - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've always liked Snoop, just not enough to buy any of his albums. Until this one. He took a hint from the boys of OutKast and stepped it up in his funkyness. Though I am quite sick of the Neptunes, they did an excellent job on "Beautiful" and the other tracks they produced. The guest spots from Jay Z is alright, but Ludacris really did his job on the track "You Got What I Want." An incredible release from The Doggfather.
Best tracks (to me) include:
Ballin' (retro funk at it's very best)
Stoplight (George Clinton couldn't have said it better)
Beautiful (Pharrell & Charlie Wilson killed the vocals)
You Got What I Want (Ludacris did his thing on this track)
Pimp Slapp'd (a hilarious message to Suge)
Basically, this album is the best thing to come from Snoop since Doggystyle.
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HASH(0xa223d1d4) étoiles sur 5 Da Boss Would Like To C You! 10 décembre 2002
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Snoop Dogg has definitely paid tha cost to be the boss. From his debut album Doggystyle ( best album ever created ) you just knew Snoop would be a major factor in Hip Hop for years to come. Did he have the credibility? You bet he did ESPECIALLY after his highly publicized Murder trial at the same time he released the album "Murder Was The Case" soundtrack and title track that eerily seemed to follow his case. After being found not guilty to the case Snoop Dogg cooled off. It was obvious the trial had affected his life and his music. Snoop became less reckless and more refined as witnessed on his second studio album `Tha Doggfather".
Feeling the need to separate himself from the trouble that Death Row presented, he left them and signed with the No Limit Tank. He released Da Game Is To Be Sold Not Told in 98 and I must say it was a HUGE disappointment. How can the same man release one of the greatest ( if not the greatest ) albums in Hip Hop and release one of the worst ( if not the worst ) albums in history? After that album Snoop needed a BIG comeback and he definitely got that in 99 with the release of `No Limit Top Dogg" which featured the infamous song B.... Please featuring Xzibit. Then he hit us with that Eastsidaz album in 2000 with the single G'D Up and Snoop was definitely back but this time for good. The Last Meal was the first classic Snoop album since his debut and tha Eastsidaz album that followed was more of that fie fie delish.
Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss is on the same level as The Last Meal. Snoop swiftens up his flow and uses different types of beats rather than just west coast beats. He experiments with different flows and his lyrics are some of his best ever. It is really refreshing to hear Big Snoop Dogg comin different for the year 2002. This old dogg has refined his game to near perfection. Songs like Ballin feat. The ever soulful Dramatics, and Suited & Booted are more of that pimp Snoop style. I Believe IN You is a stunning ode to his wife; a concept we have never heard Snoop tackle. The Neptunes produced tracks `From The Chuuch To The Palace" and Beautiful are both magnificent tracks as the Neptunes continue their hit list. Wasn't Your Fault, The One & Only ( produced by DJ Premier ) and Batman & Robin feat. Lady Of Rage are all tight songs. Boss Playa has a straight ridah beat with silky smooth rapping by Uncle Snoop. Hourglass is a swift tongued swift beat swift flow song which is pimp tight.
Snoop's most experimental track has to be "You Got What I Want". This song is so CRUNK. Produced by Jelly Roll, Goldie Loc and Ludacris guest on the song. Their flows are just that straight heat. Snoop has definitely regained that sense of urgency and the swiftness and acuteness in his flow. Ludacris also puts down a great verse. Pimp Slapp'd is the diss song to Suge and his affiliates and recognizing the fakes in the industry. Excellent track.
Snoop's new album is definitely worth the cheddar that you spend on it. Recommended!!
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HASH(0xa2246de0) étoiles sur 5 Bow wow WOW 5 décembre 2002
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Format: CD
A couple of years ago, I couldn't accept the fact that Snoop Dogg had left his gangster rap style and image behind with Tha Row. I searched for "187" on his No Limit albums. Couldn't find it anywhere. I realized he flipped his style and picked up the Pimp Cup.
See, once you've accepted the new image of Snoop Dogg, you can appreciate his music. He even goes as far as Pimp slapping Suge Knight on a track that is worth the price of admission. The beats are funkadelic, recalling George Clinton and even his first album, but without the gangsta style. Sadly, there is no Dr. Dre on here, but there's probably a good reason for it. He's got his own label now. He's the Bo$$, and wants to be independent in everything he does. It would have been nice to have at least one track, but if you want Dre, look to his previous album. "Lollipop" is a stand-out track that has a great '70's vibe and could have easily fit on The Chronic or Doggystyle.
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HASH(0xa2246a14) étoiles sur 5 The Boss would like to see you. 10 décembre 2002
Par Evander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ive been a huge snoop fan since my dad baught me Doggystyle back in 94, when I was only 10! The few things Ive had to except about Snoop is that he'll never top DoggyStyle without Dre and that no matter what he does Ill give him another chance. Thankfully I went out and picked up "Paid Tha Cost to Be Da Boss". It is Snoops best showing to date since he left Death Row. Snoop is back doing what he does best, RAPPING, his rapping on this album shows me hes still got it, and is better than any newcomer Nelly crapshack rapper out there now. What makes some of the songs classics are brillant beats with Snoops lyrics rapped around them, like Batman and Robin and Spotlight. What boggles my mind is that not one song on the album is produced/collaborated on with Dr. Dre, whats going on here have I missed something are they on the outs with each other??
Now not everything on this album can be called perfect, which takes away its chances of equaling his masterpiece Doggystyle. First is that alot of the songs seemed to be influenced from the style of Hip Hop that has coroaded the airwaves for the past few years. LolliPop is a good example, its to POP for Snoops style, with a collaboration with Jay Z that stinks up the song.......
Over all this is snoops second best album, worthy of any rap fan's purchase. Fun and funky the Dogg Father is back to business.
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