RapReviews | Review: 7 Days of Funk – 7 Days of Funk
It’s been twenty years since Snoop Doggy Dogg’s debut album “Doggystyle” and he’s still as prevalent and relevant as he’s ever been. In the time since the Dogg made his first appearance on the “Deep Cover” soundtrack, he’s released twelve solo albums under one of his many monikers and four more collaborative efforts with 213, Tha Eastsidaz and Wiz Khalifa. He’s also appeared in several movies, television shows and commercials. Hell, he even produced his own porno flick a few years back. To put things in their simplest terms — Snoop has become a worldwide cultural icon, transcending just hip-hop music.