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Download links and information about Doggumentary by Snoop Dogg. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:19:36 minutes.

Artist: Snoop Dogg
Release date: 2011
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:19:36
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No. Title Length
1. Toyz N da Hood (feat. Bootsy Collins) 2:40
2. The Way Life Used to Be 3:43
3. My Own Way (feat. Mr. Porter) 3:05
4. Wonder What It Do (feat. Uncle Chucc) 3:43
5. My F**n House (feat. Young Jeezy & E-40) 5:07
6. Peer Pressure (feat. Traci Nelson) 4:07
7. I Don't Need No B**** (feat. Devin the Dude & Kobe Honeycutt) 3:59
8. Platinum (feat. R. Kelly) (featuring R. Kelly) 4:29
9. Boom (feat. T-Pain) 3:50
10. We Rest N Cali (feat. Goldie Loc & Bootsy Collins) (featuring Goldie Loc, Bootsy Collins) 4:10
11. El Lay (feat. Marty James) (featuring Marty James) 4:06
12. Gang Bang Rookie (feat. Pilot) 3:46
13. This W**d Iz Mine (feat. Wiz Khalifa) (featuring Wiz Khalifa) 3:43
14. Wet 3:45
15. Take U Home (feat. Too $hort, Daz & Kokane) 3:55
16. Sumthin Like This Night (feat. Gorillaz) (featuring Gorillaz) 3:37
17. Superman (feat. Willie Nelson) (featuring Willie Nelson) 2:05
18. Eyez Closed (feat. John Legend & Kanye West) (featuring Kanye West, John Legend) 5:02
19. Raised In da Hood (Edited) 3:39
20. It's d Only Thang 3:16
21. Cold Game (feat. Latoiya Williams) (featuring Latoya Williams) 3:49



As a veteran rapper of the hip-hop world, Snoop Dogg involves as many loyal subjects and cultural icons as he can sensibly fit on one album. P-Funk Legend Bootsy Collins throws his support behind “Toyz N da Hood” and “We Rest N Cali.” Uncle Chucc cruises with the ‘70s soul of “Wonder What It Do.” Young Jeezy and E-40 update the sound for “My F**n House.” Traci Nelson joins in for “Peer Pressure.” Soul King R. Kelly puts his vocals on “Platinum.” T-Pain is featured on “Boom.” Marty James shares “El Lay.” Wiz Khalifa stars in “This W**d Iz Mine.” Too $hort, Daz and Kokane are hilarious on “Take U Home.” Gorillaz mutates the reggae for “Sumthin Like This Night.” The Willie Nelson feature on “Superman” is so out of place it makes perfect sense. John Legend and Kanye West hold his own on “Eyez Closed.” And holding the entire party together is Snoop Dogg, who has learned to turn his albums into house parties where everyone gets a chance to have their audio snapshot with a living legend.