After nearly thirty years in the game, Snoop Dogg has accomplished more than most. Almost everything a rapper can do, Snoop has done it. Along with this, he’s been on the roster of some iconic labels.
Snoop Dogg was the flagship artist on Death Row Records, as the label’s first signing. Eventually, he took a backseat, as Tupac became the label’s face. After 1996, Snoop left, and would sign with Master P’s No Limit Records.
Recently, Snoop Dogg sat down with Gillie Da King and Wallo, for “Million Dollaz Worth of Game.” During the interview, Snoop took them through the Death Row and No Limit days, giving Master P a ton of credit. He also spoke on his longevity, his current work, and much more.