16 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Over his career of 20+ years, Snoop Dogg has gone through many changes. He was an instant superstar when he first hit the scene, becoming the face/voice of crossover gangsta rap music, beating a murder case as his debut solo album topped the charts. In the two decades since, he's lived large on Death Row Records, faded away some during the No Limit years, and then blown up bigger than ever, doing the reality-TV thing, coaching youth football, starring in movies, and palling around with other celebrity fixtures like Martha Stewart and Donald Trump. While he's definitely not the menace he was in his youth, he continues to put out new music all the time and is unafraid to collaborate with anybody, from The Pussycat Dolls to Willie Nelson. On Reincarnated, he ditches the rapping altogether, changing his name, enlisting new producers (including Diplo, Major Lazer, and Dre Skull), and dropping a straight-up reggae album. Recorded in Jamaica in conjunction with a documentary film, it features an intriguing guest list (pop stars Miley Cyrus and Drake, plus dancehall favorites Mr. Vegas, Collie Budz, and Mavado). Check out "So Long," "Lighters Up," and "Fruit Juice."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Over his career of 20+ years, Snoop Dogg has gone through many changes. He was an instant superstar when he first hit the scene, becoming the face/voice of crossover gangsta rap music, beating a murder case as his debut solo album topped the charts. In the two decades since, he's lived large on Death Row Records, faded away some during the No Limit years, and then blown up bigger than ever, doing the reality-TV thing, coaching youth football, starring in movies, and palling around with other celebrity fixtures like Martha Stewart and Donald Trump. While he's definitely not the menace he was in his youth, he continues to put out new music all the time and is unafraid to collaborate with anybody, from The Pussycat Dolls to Willie Nelson. On Reincarnated, he ditches the rapping altogether, changing his name, enlisting new producers (including Diplo, Major Lazer, and Dre Skull), and dropping a straight-up reggae album. Recorded in Jamaica in conjunction with a documentary film, it features an intriguing guest list (pop stars Miley Cyrus and Drake, plus dancehall favorites Mr. Vegas, Collie Budz, and Mavado). Check out "So Long," "Lighters Up," and "Fruit Juice."

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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
2.5K Ratings

2.5K Ratings

ADVIKINGFAN ,

This is what all iTunes reviews are like.

The album isn't even out yet, but I'm giving it 5 stars because I enjoy the idea of Snoop Dogg. Helpful huh? I guess who cares as long as iTunes is makin $$$$.

JBMarley ,

Leadership into the Future!

For those old enough to know the history of Snoop (Deathrow/No Limit/Bad Boy) then you know what a "phoenix from the ashes" is about in this level of artist development. As a young boy growing up in the Filthy South & now a Man raising boys - I understand a divine will of growing into the positions GOD has placed us into - our Leaders, Artist, Politicians, Sports Stars, Preachers are no exception. Snoop has gone from the concrete jungle to the top of Mt. Zion in this life - More artist and leaders should always remember the power they have to influence the present and future, thus use it wisely to shine their light bright for those seeking positive in a world dominated by mixed messages of fear, hopelessness, violence and false man made royalty! GOD bless you Snoop and may you be the first of other artist to continue to grow and leave a legacy from beginning to never ending... - Pre-Ordered -

Dride2357 ,

#6

No Guns Allowed Sounds Amazing!

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