Two decades deep. Few can boast such longevity. Daz Dillinger returns to the fold with an album as long as his career, clocking in at thirty-songs, somewhere between Chris Brown and Migos. Dazamataz finds Dillinger reunited with West Coast staples like Snoop Dogg, Tray Dee, Kokane, G Perico, Soopafly, Goldie Loc, and of course fellow Dogg Pound alumni Kurupt. Throw in an appearance from Gangsta Gibbs and you're all set. As expected, the vibe operates within a decidedly West Coast sonic aesthetic, and Daz and Kurupt can still trade bars worthy of the DPGC's reputation, like on the early cut "Ready 4 Sum Action."
While thirty tracks does require aural endurance, Dazamataz was designed for a new era. Daz broke it down, stating his intention to "flood the game" with as much material as he could, in order to adapt to an evolving musical landscape. Check out the project now, produced in its entirely by Daz himself.