Snoop Dogg, born Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor. He was born on October 20, 1971, in Long Beach, California.
As a teenager, Snoop was involved in gang activity and had several run-ins with the law. However, he found solace in music and began rapping in local clubs and talent shows. His talent caught the attention of Dr. Dre, who featured him on his debut album “The Chronic” in 1992.
In 1993, Snoop released his debut album “Doggystyle,” which became a massive success, selling over 800,000 copies in its first week and reaching No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album featured hit singles such as “Gin and Juice” and “What’s My Name?” and solidified Snoop’s status as one of the biggest names in rap music.
Snoop continued to release successful albums throughout the 1990s and 2000s, including “Tha Doggfather,” “Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told,” and “Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss.” He also collaborated with other artists, such as Dr. Dre, Tupac, and Pharrell Williams.
Aside from music, Snoop has also pursued an acting career, appearing in movies such as “Training Day,” “Starsky & Hutch,” and “Half Baked.” He also hosted his own talk show, “Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood,” and starred in a reality show called “Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood,” which followed his life as a father and musician.
In recent years, Snoop has continued to release music and collaborate with other artists. He has also become involved in the cannabis industry, launching his own line of cannabis products called “Leafs by Snoop.”
What is Snoop Dogg’s Networth?:
According to various publications updated in 2023, Snoop Dogg’s current net worth is estimated to be $165 million. This might be subjected to changes as this in the estimated figure.
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Overall, Snoop Dogg is a cultural icon and one of the most recognizable names in the music industry. His contributions to rap music and pop culture as a whole have made him a legend in his own right.
Snoop Dogg has released numerous albums and singles throughout his career, including:
- Doggystyle (1993)
- Tha Doggfather (1996)
- Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told (1998)
- No Limit Top Dogg (1999)
- Tha Last Meal (2000)
- Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss (2002)
- R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece (2004)
- Tha Blue Carpet Treatment (2006)
- Ego Trippin’ (2008)
- Malice n Wonderland (2009)
- Doggumentary (2011)
- Reincarnated (2013)
- Bush (2015)
- Coolaid (2016)
- Neva Left (2017)
- Bible of Love (2018)
- I Wanna Thank Me (2019)
- Tha Eastsidaz (with Tha Eastsidaz) (2000)
- Duces ‘n Trayz: The Old Fashioned Way (with Tha Eastsidaz) (2001)
- The Hard Way (with 213) (2004)
- Tha Blue Carpet Treatment Mixtape (with DJ Whoo Kid) (2008)
- Mac & Devin Go to High School (with Wiz Khalifa) (2011)
- 7 Days of Funk (with Dâm-Funk) (2013)
- Cuzznz (with Daz Dillinger) (2016)
- Make America Crip Again (with Various Artists) (2017)
- “Nuthin’ but a G Thang” (with Dr. Dre) (1992)
- “Gin and Juice” (1994)
- “What’s My Name?” (1994)
- “Doggy Dogg World” (1994)
- “Murder Was the Case” (1994)
- “Snoop’s Upside Ya Head” (1997)
- “Still D.R.E.” (with Dr. Dre) (1999)
- “Lay Low” (2000)
- “Drop It Like It’s Hot” (with Pharrell Williams) (2004)
- “I Wanna Love You” (with Akon) (2006)
- “Sensual Seduction” (2007)
- “Wet” (2010)
- “Young, Wild & Free” (with Wiz Khalifa and Bruno Mars) (2011)
- “Let the Bass Go” (2012)
- “Peaches N Cream” (with Charlie Wilson) (2015)
- “So Many Pros” (2015)
- “Mount Kushmore” (with Redman, Method Man and B-Real) (2017)
- “Countdown” (with Chris Brown) (2020)
- “From tha Streets 2 tha Suites” (2021)
Editor’s Note: This is not a comprehensive list and there may be other albums or singles released by Snoop Dogg that are not mentioned here.