Straight to it, this cd wasn't that bad after all..i was expecting worse, since everybody said no limit stinks when it comes 2 rap..which most of the time it does..but obviously Snoop had enough Doggy in him to keep himself on top. I would say that about half the tracks on this album are good. There are three tracks that are great tracks to play over and over. Woof, Tru Tank Doggs, Still a G thing, and Gin n Juice 2. Even though the remakes to the classics aren't as good and aren't going to be classics, they are still good, and at least going to remind you of the real snoop doggy dogg (he is ALWAYS doggy dogg), when him and dre were in the booth together.
Unlike his previous album, this album has more upbeat tracks. Woof! is probably the best album on this cd, with fiend and mystikal featured, both with voices that will keep you awake. On this song you can really tell the difference between Snoop and No Limit, and personaly, i like the mix. There are several slow songs on this album, which in my opinion are quite good, espiacially Slow Down.
-three or four very good tracks
-a lot of "fill in" tracks
-no west coast rappers (Dre, Kurupt, Daz, etc..)
-Snoop sounds different (and i don't like it!!)
ALSO, why'd he get rid of Doggy!!