The Golden Era… Snoop Dogg

Lets take a trip back to the year 2001 and Snoop’s first greatest hits album had just hit store shelves. Snoop was still known as Snoop Doggy Dogg at the time, and was a few years removed from Death Row Records. Tha Doggfather had found a new home on No Limit Records and was putting out hits with Master P. Yet this compilation was put out by Suge Knight who was still running Death Row, so none of Snoop’s No Limit hits were included on this album. The album was titled “Death Row: Snoop Doggy Dogg At His Finest” and contained 16 tracks. Ten of those tracks were some of Snoop’s biggest hits, while the other six were never before released songs. Guest features on the album including Death Row greats such as Nate Dogg and Warren G. Yet it was the cut “Midnight Love” that stood out on the album.

The track featured Daz Dillinger, Soopafly, and Raphael Saadiq and was without a doubt a bonafide smash. It possessed that smooth, laid back vibes that California is known for. Check out the visuals for “Midnight Love” by Snoop above.

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