Top 10 Best Snoop Dogg AlbumsFrom his breakthrough album 'Doggystyle' to his foray into reggae with 'Reincarnated', Snoop has consistently redefined the boundaries of hip-hop music with his signature laid-back style and unique lyrical prowess. What are the best Snoop Dogg albums? That's the million-dollar question that has sparked countless debates among fans and critics alike. And now, it's your turn to join the fray.
The best Snoop Dogg albums aren't just about the tracks that climbed to the top of the charts or the singles that became anthems. They're about the records that shaped his career, defined his sound, and left an indelible impact on the world of hip-hop. You might find yourself nodding along to the gangsta rap beats of 'Tha Doggfather', swaying to the reggae rhythms of 'Reincarnated', or bobbing your head to the hit-heavy 'R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece'.
But let's not forget about the lesser-known gems in Snoop's expansive discography. Maybe it's the experimental sounds of 'Bush' that get your head nodding, or the raw, unfiltered storytelling in 'Ego Trippin' that grabs your attention. Whatever it is, it's time to let your voice be heard. Cast your vote and let's settle the debate about which albums truly stand at the peak of Snoop's illustrious career.
Snoop Dogg can't make any albums close to this masterpiece after this. This is one of my top 10 rap album. It was back when Snoop was very controversial, and was charged for a "murder case" until 1996. After this album, he can't rap a lot about murder. You can listen to this on YouTube since Snoop Dogg started promoting NFT bull 'crap' and removed most of Death Row from Spotify.
Not only one of the best rap albums but one of the best album in general! This snoop we will never see again so guys it's REALLY his best album and after this he couldn't make such a badass album.. But still snoop is one of the OGs so probs for that!
Just such a great album, pretty much the party sequel to the chronic, great g-funk sounds and snoop's raps are rather on point.
The blue carpet treatment takes me back to 2006 when I was a kid. that's one of the best albums of all time
Despite the time period it was released in, given Dr. Dre had left shortly before, and Tupac Shakur was killed only a couple months later, this is still one of Snoop Dogg's best albums of all time. So many people instantly talk about Doggystyle when talking about "the old snoop dogg", but to me, this is easily the best representation of his early rap career. This was the last album that incorporated both G Funk and Hardcore rap. Everything from the length, pace, melodies, features, and lyrics are perfect. I would have liked a Dr. Dre feature, but I see how that couldn't have happened seeing as Dr. Dre had recently left Death Row Records. Overall, I would give it a 97/100.
I'm so glad that this has stood the test of time. Lot's of people back then called it "a HUGE sophomore slump" and a very big disappointment. Nowadays, whenever you inquire about this album, someone will most likely said they highly enjoyed this! Time has been very kind to this album, and, like all his other albums, it hasn't aged a bit. In retrospect, especially given that Dr. Dre wasn't here this time, this album deserves WAY MORE applause. It's his second best behind Doggystyle (which is PHENOMENAL). 10/10.
Should be number 2
I love this album, still listen to it today. To me it's right up their with Doggy Style. Great album, on a scale of 1-10 I give it a 9.5.
One of snoops best should be third on list after blue carpet treatment
Doggystyle vibe to it
Drop it like it's hot... 'enough said!
This album is nuts! PEople... get wit it!
The greatest snoopy album no doubt.
The second best album.
My favorite album of him
Way too underrated. Brilliant album. Probably the best after Doggystyle
Very Underrated let's get this up to two yeh?
Quality stuff, Snoop's second best album made even more impressive after he put out his magnum opus 20 years ago.
Should be nearer the top better than coolaid by far!
This is a great album!
Nice album that combined west coast and southern hip hop.
Wut? Its not even here? It's the best ''modern'' snoop album by far, even if its actually an EP. Nowadays he doesn't even rap, all he does is chorus' and singing. The stoner's EP went hard, he did the singing, AND the bars, coupled with the great production makes it one of the best albums snoop made.