Monday, December 28, 2009

I'm in the streets fo real.

Did you get what you wanted for the holidays?

Me neither. I asked Santa for the Tom Tom Portable GPS kit with the addition that makes your GPS unit give you directions in Snoop Dogg's voice.

That's fo rizzle. The big homie that brings us a totally new language voiced the directions to get you to just about anywhere. From the local drug store to the nearest joint to get you some munchies at 2AM.

But that's not what I got for xmas. Seems like wires done got crossed. Instead I gotta get it poppin' with his latest album Malice 'N Wonderland. It's no Doggystyle, Calvin "Snoop Dogg" Broadus's debut album released in 1993.

Malice is Snoop's 10th album and sounds about 10 times as watered down. It's not that it's not good, it's just not as raw as Doggystyle or that dope Dre single Deep Cover that Snoop was featured on. Maybe watered down was a bad way to describe it. It's 10 times as blunted. Stoner rap music is ok, but it's no replacement for a GPS unit.

At least there is some decent party anthems on here, my favorite has crunk superstar Lil' Jon in the cut. Check out 1800 ft.

Download Snoop Dogg - 1800 ft.

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