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"Doggystyle: The Samples" 20th Anniversary Mixtape - Snoop Dogg [SoundCloud Stream & Free Download]

Brad Bershad

by Brad Bershad

Published November 22, 2013

Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle album was released on November 23, 1993. For the 20th anniversary, the Doggfather has released this DOPE mixtape where he plays the original records that had been sampled on the album by Dr. Dre and his team that included Daz Dillinger, Chris "The Glove" Taylor, and Emanuel Dean. Snoop hosts, sings along, tells stories, and keeps things interesting between songs. It's also available as a free download through the player above.

This is some good party music for your weekend. 54 minutes of funky soul and hip-hop music. It's already got over 25k plays in 12 hours. It's really fun to hear DJ Snoopadelic break down the original records and show how he transformed the funk classics into a fresh new sound. Through the whole tape, Snoop pays respect to the original artists and gives insight to how the tracks came together for his Doggystyle album. "Pure Funk" is what this music is all about.

Here's the complete tracklist for "Doggystyle: The Samples" 20th Anniversary Mixtape:

"Give Me Your Love" by Curtis Mayfield ("Bathtub")
"(Not Just) Knee Deep" by Funkadelic ("G Funk Intro")
"I Get Lifted" by George McCrae ("Gin & Juice")
"Watching You" by Slave ("Gin & Juice")
"Flashlight" by Parliament ((W Balls")
"Fried Neckbones" by Santana (Snoop raps "Murder Was The Case")
"La Di Da Di" by Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh ("Lodi Dodi")
"Haboglabotribin" by Bernard Wright ("Gz & Hustlaz")
"Summer Madness" by Kool & The Gang ("Doggy Dogg World")
"Eddie You Should Know Better" by Curtis Mayfield ("U Betta Recognize")
"Atomic Dog" by George Clinton ("Who Am I (What's My Name)?")
"Jamaica Funk" by Tom Browne ("Who Am I (What's My Name)?")
"Give Up The Funk" by Parliament ("Ain't No Fun")
"Think About It" by Lyn Collins ("Ain't No Fun")
"A Few More Kisses To Go" by Isaac Hayes ("Ain't No Fun")
"Funky Worm" by Ohio Players ("Serial Killa")
"The Look Of Love" by Isaac Hayes ("Gz Up, Hoes Down")

They also put out this sweet behind-the-scenes video of Snoop Dogg and Daz Dillinger doing the mixtape:

 
Description from Snoop Dogg's official SoundCloud:

Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Doggystyle, Snoop aka DJ Snoopadelic put together a mix of all the samples used to make the album. Check out the video here: youtu.be/wNJXkeVX1lY
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November 23rd marks the 20th Anniversary of Snoop Dogg’s highly-acclaimed Doggystyle, in which his lyrical realism and distinctive vocal flow forever changed hip-hop and helped define the genre into what it is today.

In honor of this date, Snoop has created an enticing mixtape of the samples used on Doggystyle. Never done before, Snoop offers exclusive commentary about each song and the behind-the-scenes stories that went on during the making of the historic record. The mixtape offers fans a once-in-a-lifetime experience to hear first-hand, the creative process behind the record.

When you're done listening to the mix tape, dip back into the 1993 classic Doggystyle:

Via: Rap Radar

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