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In 1993, Snoop Dogg released his debut, Doggystyle, and helped shape mainstream rap for a good chunk of the decade. Strange, then, that he'd be returning to the era with Doggystyle 2, a so-called sequel, over 15 years and countless rap trends later. Working with producer Swizz Beatz, Snoop recorded a wide range of material for the record: "some gangsta shit, some Crip shit, some R&B shit, some hip-hop shit, some hard shit, some mean shit" (I think a lot of those coincide with each other), as announced in a video on Mr. Beatz's Twitter account. It's hard to believe that Doggystyle came out in 1993, when plenty of Snoop's current fans were just being born.

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