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Album: Stoner's

Artist: Snoop Dogg

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Gangsta Gangsta Online Distribution

Tracklist For Stoner's By Artist Snoop Dogg

Title Artist Time
1st We Blaze It Up Snoop Dogg 3:53 USD 1.29
Stoner's Anthem Snoop Dogg 3:55 USD 1.29
Show You How a Gangsta Do Snoop Dogg 3:52 USD 1.29
Make It Hot (feat. Snoop Dogg) Tha Dogg Pound 3:45 USD 1.29
Breathe It In Snoop Dogg 4:50 USD 1.29
It's Gettin' Harder (Interlude Snoop Dogg 0:58 USD 1.29
Weekend Lovers Chris Starr 3:31 USD 1.29
Need It In My Life Ndastree 3:29 USD 1.29
Really Wanna Be with You Snoop Dogg 5:35 USD 1.29
Can You Take Me Hustle Boyz 5:18 USD 1.29

Reviews For Stoner's By Artist Snoop Dogg

  • @MakellBird on twitter says...

    By @MakellBird
    I don't see what all the b!tchin is about. The reason this album wasn't promoted HEAVILY is because it's a PERSONAL/INDEPENDENT release. What ever happened to artists just being able to love, make, and release music? With that being said I honestly think this is a refreshing sound from Snoop and he's putting on some unknowns (a younger generation). So, big ups to him for that. My "opinion" on Snoop's music has faded over time. I loved The Chronic, Doggystyle, and Dogg Food... but since then his quality has faded and it seems like he's getting worse at rapping. This is why people love young, HUNGRY artists. They (usually) feel a greater need to impress people with their skills and that's why their 1st album is (usually) the best. Once they get rich and famous they relax and don't put as much energy into their music.
  • Old School

    By sweet...not
    1st we blaze it up reminds me of th the good old school rap
  • Come on Snoop

    By Jacox95
    Ive always loved Snoop Dogg and his chill gangster style and how smooth he spit his ryhmes. But this, this is so different. I even listened to this high and I found it hard to listen to. He's slowed down and his flow in this album is not very good, a majority of these songs he doesn't rhyme very much either. I like the first track and maybe 2 others I can't name off the top of my head. Plus the beats in most songs are pretty bad to be on one of snoops albums. All in all it's decent but I wouldn't buy it if you like snoops oldies or anything blue carpet treatment and before it.
  • Uncle Snoop!!!

    By Shady1979
    Nice Ep to celebrate Stoner Day 4/20!! Almost passed out after i heard Snoop wuz doing a tour this summer. Going to get my tix 2moro nite!!!
  • Rap

    Stop making your whole songs about weed and smoking!
  • Sorry snoop

    By Bob saget 777
    I gotta say this album was rushed he had around 7 years or so to make an album for us and gives us this and expects us 2 enjoy it sorry snoop luv ya but u gotta put more into it give it something fresh next time around.
  • Good under the circumstances

    By Rasist spellr
    This does seem semi-rushed, however you must remember that he is working on a movie at the same time so he really doesn't have all the time in the world
  • Not Buying It

    By Valdito
    Sorry Snoop but this one I'm leaving out of my music library..this is not your style homie... Not sure what you were trying to do but hopefuly your next album will be of the hizzy...
  • Wack

    By JPLangenegger
    'Breathe It In' is the only good track.

    By caliluv
    Man SNOOPY D.O DOUBLE G,horrible sorry,and im a big fan of snoop,but he lost his way not sure what he coming up with now.These boys dressed up like girls wit there skinnies and tight pink t's aint buying gangsta rap,they like nikki manaj so snoop been struggling to stay relevant..Come on big homie get creative!! Go to your roots Find DRE or SUGE.......

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