Snoop Dogg's career has seen many twists and turns, with the rapper adopting a variety of different styles, especially more recently. We've seen him do full length projects that explored both reggae and funk, and his new project Beach City finds him effortlessly blending his many influences.
"Crip Or Die" finds the rapper returning to his gangsta rap roots, but as we heard him on Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly, applying the style to a more modern and experimental soundscape. If you've yet to check out the project, you can stream and download it here. Snoop's extremely underrated album-length collab with Pharrell BUSH is in stores now.
Slang drugs with them thugs
That'll slit your grill
Hard life, late night
Man, this shit's so real
LBC, and the C 'bout as big as it can possibly be