Album Remarks & Appraisals:
"Snoop rode in on the funk, but his career path diverged to include detours in dirty South gangsta rap and whatever pop trend ruled the day. But on “Doggumentary” he seems unusually nostalgic, invoking long-ago rap parties at World on Wheels and reminiscing on the lessons his grandmother used to teach."- L.A. Times
Spin (p.81) - "[W]hen Snoop gets experimental with the Gorillaz on the interstellar 'Sumthin Like This Nite,' he proves he can still push hip-hop's boundaries."
Recording information: 11th Street Studio, Atlanta, GA; Avex Honolulu Studios, Honolulu, HI; Blocks Bungalow, Venice, CA; Blueprint Studios, Manchester, UK; Bud E. Boy, Lakewood, WA; Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; Chevy Shack Studios, Atlanta, GA; Conway Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Devin's Crib Studio, Houston, TX; DJ Khalil Studios, Los Angeles, CA; DSR, Hollywood, CA; Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY; La Bren Studios, Inglewood, CA; Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Platinum Sound Recording Studios, New York, NY; Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA; Studio 13, London, UK; The Boot-Cave, Cincinnati, OH; The Chocolate Factory, Chicago, IL; The Orange Room, CA; The Temple Studios, Chatsworth, CA; UnderByte Recording, North Hollywood, CA; Westlake Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, NL.
Setting the bar high, Snoop Dogg considers his 2011 release Doggumentary the sequel to his classic 1993 debut album, Doggystyle. The album features production from the likes of Swizz Beats, DJ Khalil, and Scott Storch, while guest artists include Kanye West, John Legend, Wiz Khalifa, and -- believe it or not -- Willie Nelson. Listen for the pre-release singles "New Year's Eve" and "Wet."
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