Snoop Dogg Debut Album "DoggyStyle" Dropped 26 Years Ago

On this date in 1993, Snoop Dogg released his first album Doggystyle on Death Row Records.

Doggystyle, which was produced exclusively by Dr. Dre, huddled around the concept of the “dogg”, with the animated cover and cartoon insert of a street-wise hound that wanted by the opps and the “bitches” for his “doggystyle”, which of course, is a famous sex position.

Some of the album’s leading tracks include “It Ain’t No Fun(If The Homies Can’t Have None)” featuring Nate Dogg, Daz and Kurupt, the Slick Rick ode “Lodi Dodi” and the world-famous alcoholic anthem “Gin And Juice”.

 
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