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  • Audio CD (March 11 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0013FDTYA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #71,018 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. A Word Witchya! (Intro)
2. Press Play
3. Sd is Out
4. Gangsta Like Me
5. Neva Have 2 Worry
6. Sexual Eruption
7. Life of Da Party
8. Waste of Time
9. Cool
10. Sets Up
11. Deez Hollywood Nights
12. Whateva U Do
13. Staxx In My Jeans
14. Been Around the World
15. Let It Out
16. My Medicine
17. Ridin' In My Chevy
18. Those Gurlz
19. One Chance (Make It Good)
20. Why Did You Leave Me
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Explicit Version of Ego Trippin' by Snoop Dogg. Iconic in stature and in essence, Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr. has carved out a permanent place in musical history. Undeniably, the Rapper, producer, actor, entrepreneur, coach, husband and father affectionately called Snoop Dogg, has performed the most unique balancing act that Hip Hop has ever witnessed. Never short on vision, drive or ambition, the C-walking, sharp talking wordsworth has managed to redefine and reinvent himself over the course of his fifteen year career, each time revealing a distinctive cache from the depths within. His rhythmic cadences are classic in nature and his demeanor is as laid back and effortless as the brand extensions he has created for himself.

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Format: Audio CD
Based on other albums, Snoop had a high expectation on this one as well, did he do his task? Sorta, production wise, wasnt bad could have been worse. Lyrically, amazing! Never a sortage there. To start the critical breakdown, He starts off on a good side with the his hit banger "Se*ual Eruption". Then moves onto "Deez Hollywood Nights" where the soulful beat flows over his great lyircal metaphors, spittin "From jessica alba to jessica simpson, even jessica biel/wanna know how i feel". Then some of his gas burns down on "Cool" & "My Medicine". The beat in "My Medicine" is one I never though I'd hear amongst Hip-Hop/Rap. The turns it back up On "Those Gurlz" & Lastly "Life Of Da Party" (Ft. Too $hort & Mistah F.A.B). Bascially, This album is (different) but maybe the change was for the better and will help Hip-Hop and get a whole new type of listeners.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
THE WEST COAST IS BACK March 11 2008
By Farhan Latif - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
GREAT CD!!!!!!!!!!!!
I believe K. Hood "Rayfellet" said it best.
This album is snoops best next to doggy style. It has such an original sound throughout the album. DJ Quik, Snoop and Teddy Riley have made a masterpiece
1. (A Word Witchya!) 5/5 Smooth intro
2. (Press Play) 5/5 So so, funky. Quik did it on this track
3. (SD Is Out) 5/5 Good follow up to press play, HUGE BASS!
4. (Gangsta Like Me) 4/5 classic Snoop, with a twist
5. (Neva Have 2 Worry) 2/5 song gets tired and is a biography song
6. (Sexual Eruption) 4/5 Radio song obviously, Love the Roger Troutman touch with the voice box.
7. (Life of da Party) 3/5 Good bass, Dance cut.
8. (Waste of Time) 5/5 Smooth track, very well produced
9. (Cool) 4.5/5 This a great cover to an epic 80's track
10. (Sets Up) 2/5 Weak track, very repetitive.
11. (Deez Hollywood) 4/5 Classic old scooh sound.
12. (Whateva U do) 5/5 Diss song to many! Good production!
13. (Staxxx In My Jeans)3/5 Gangsta Gangsta, takes me back to Topp Dawg.
14. (Been Around tha world) 5/5 clean bass and a fresh sound.
15. (Let It Out) 4/5 Fun track.
16. (My Medicine) 5/5 SNOOP DONE COUNTRY! It works too!
17. (Ridn In My Chevy) 2/5 Too Dirrrty south for snoop.
18. (Those Gurlz) 5/5 Classic Cali Beat. Sun is shining on this track!
19. (One Chance) 5/5 smooooooooooooth.
20. (Why did you Leave Me) 2/5 Clean track, but very very very whiny.
21. (Can't Say Goodbye) 4/5 Sounds a bit like 2pac's Changes.
All in all this is a smooth album with excellent production. The album as a whole is amazing and creative. When is DJ Quik putting out an Album?
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.5 stars... ALMOST HAD A WINNER March 14 2008
By _ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I had some high hopes for this album when I heard Snoop Dogg brought Teddy Riley in for some production and DJ Quik to do the mixing. Together they'd be known as QDT and were going to oversee the musical production of the album. Overall, I like the three of them together, as far as talent in the industry goes they are an impressive lineup. The songs Teddy Riley does for Snoop are hit and miss, but some are the best on the cd. "SD Is Out" knocks and has a great piano riff and chorus. Snoop said before the album he was going to use a few ghost writers and on this one he used Soopafly as he is credited in the lining notes, which when you hear you can tell. "Those Gurlz" is produced by Riley and DJ Quik, the two work well together, and on this one Snoop came with a smooth flow. The deep swaying bass makes the beat and this is what the album should be sounding like. Another good one is "Can't Say Goodbye" with Charlie Wilson and Snoop talking about his life and all that, nice way to end the album I guess. "Cool" is a remake of "Time" by Morris Day and really catches you off guard, very fast paced. Snoop is singing and sounding very strange. I like the experiment and it sounds great for a remake but as far the album is concerned it's not going with the flow. I guess one word to sum it up would be random. A few other tracks done by Teddy Riley that I wasn't all that into included "Gangsta Like Me". It's really not a bad beat and Snoop comes correct but the chorus is annoying and I think it messes up the whole song. Also didn't like "Let It Out" for some reason.

DJ Quik produced the song "Press Play" which has Kurupt adding vocals throughout. Snoop comes with an old school flow and Quik comes with a beat that's different than his usual style. It's no doubt one of the highlights of the album and personally I would have liked Teddy Riley and DJ Quik to produce the entire album, but money is involved and I'm sure that would have been a problem. To me as a fan it would be the right move to make instead of a lot of random tracks, but what do I know.... It was good to see Raphael Saadiq get back with Snoop and he laced him with a great beat, one of my favorites on the album. "Waste of Time" has a good bounce to it and Snoop matches the beat perfect. My only complaint is that Snoop didn't rap enough and Raphael could have been better, seems like he was just singing the chorus a million times. Scoop DeVille produced the introduction track, very smooth sounding. It's a perfect way to start the album with Terrace Martin helping out. "Life of Da Party" featuring Too $hort and Mistah F.A.B. is also produced by Scoop DeVille and I do like the party vibe. F.A.B. comes with the bridges and the hooks and Short comes with the usual party rhymes in a longer verse for a guest spot. It's the best I've heard Too Short in a while and he was more entertaining than Snoop, even though Snoop did a good job as well. One complaint I would have is it that it's somewhat out of place on the album but it's good so you can let it slide. "One Chance (Make It Good)" is a standout, I was impressed with this one. Frequency produced this and Snoop holds his own on the mic, rapping about women and keeping a girl and stuff like that. "Neva Have 2 Worry" is produced by Snoop Dogg and Terrace Martin, also known as N*ggarachi. I like the slow clapping beat and Snoop talks about his past and present place in the game. "Whateva U Do" is produced by Khao and it seems a bit outdated but it's a hard hitter in the car. Snoop sounds aggressive on this with the usual bragging and all that, I like when you can hear effort in the rhymes. "Been Around The World" produced by N*ggarachi is a slow track, singing during the chorus, not a standout but it's not bad by any means.....

Now to the more negative part of review. "Sexual Eruption" was used as a single and it blew up to a fairly large degree. I personally wasn't into the song but I could see why he made it and he's trying to do something different and it's a song for the women and all that, I know. It would have been cool is he used "Cool" as the lead single instead of this but it worked out for him. "Sets Up" is a Neptunes produced track. I would have liked it o.k. but Pharrell hangs around on the chorus and can get on your nerves. "Deez Hollywood Nights" produced by Nottz also could have been really good but wasn't. I liked the concept and loved the beat but the chorus was another annoying one and the rhymes weren't up to par, not as sharp as Snoop showed a few times on this Ego Trippin' record. "Staxxx In My Jeans" produced by Rick Rock is boring and annoying, go figure. Rick Rock will come with the heat 9 out of 10 times but this one missed. The soft beat and the guy saying "stacks in my jeans.." gets ugly and it's a down point on the album. "Ridin In My Chevy" produced by Scoop DeVille is another bore fest, completely pointless and generic, one minute Snoop's trying to re-invent and the next he's on a bandwagon. "Why Did You Leave Me" produced by Polow Da Don is a slow and sad sounding track. The title speaks for itself and it's not too bad, but the chorus isn't good at all and screwed the feel up. "My Medicine" produced by Whitey Ford aka Everlast is kind of like "Cool" and "Sexual Eruption". It's an interesting experiment with nothing but acoustic guitars and country type singing but it's not going with anything on this album. The way I see it, how does this one fit in at all with let's say the introduction. If he wanted to do something that crazy he should have just done an entire album with things like "Cool" and "My Medicine".

Due to the fact that you have Pharrell one minute then Everlast, Charlie Wilson then Too Short, Kurupt then Raphael Saadiq. I mean talk about opposites, this is a mixtape not an album. Being the executive producer, Snoop should have cut this down to about 14-15 rather than 21 tracks. This release is way too overcrowded and although he had a great team on his hands and some nice appearances, it's not as good as it could be. Overall I have to give it a 3.5 rating instead of a 4.5, which it could have been had it not been so long.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Crushed Ego March 20 2008
By Calidream Publishing - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
To Snoop: You did well with giving us Blue Carpet Treatment, but on this one your ego got the best of you and the worse of our pockets. I believe you put a lot into it, but with the wrong producers. You should have stuck with Dr. Dre. I know you are the type to help out everybody and we all know that Teddy Riley and DJ Quick could use a dollar, but you have a reputation to live up to. I'm yawning on this one.

To the fans- I am not sure if you will like this one. Maybe one or two songs are good out of 21 that's on there. That is bad. This album was a waste of studio time. Sorry.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Not as Good as THA BLUE CARPET TREATMENT; 3 ½ Stars May 14 2008
By Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
First things first, EGO TRIPPIN' isn't as good as Snoop's last album, THA BLUE CARPET TREATMENT. Also, it isn't a bad album by any means either - just a flawed album. Sure, "Sensual (Sexual) Seduction" gave Snoop his first top-ten hit since 2004's ubiquitous Neptunes helmed "Drop It Like It's Hot" reached #1 (not counting Akon's #1 with Snoop, "I Wanna F**k You"), but "Sensual Seduction" isn't enough to make EGO TRIPPIN', which is pretty good, a truly great or innovative album. Sure, Snoop rocks the vocoder out on "Sensual Seduction", but a vocoder doesn't make up for some of EGO TRIPPIN' laxer moments.

The album starts with the typical forgettable interlude, then follows with "Press Play", which is ultimately forgettable as well. Snoop ignites the flame with "SD is Out", an undeniably catchy track in which you feel Snoop is at least somewhat in his element. Sure, it isn't the second coming by any means, but it works. "Gangsta Like Me" follows in the same boat as "SD is Out" - it is catchy, though not as great as some of the best songs appearing on 2006's THA BLUE CARPET TREATMENT. Similarly still, "Never Have 2 Worry" is solid, though not earth shattering. The background vocals are fantastic here and Snoop does still sound "relevant" if not 100% fresh this round. Finally, "Sexual Eruption" (or "Sensual" depending on the version), comes and revives some sense of true, inspired vitality within EGO TRIPPIN'. It is followed by another excellent track, "Life of Da Party" which features inspired guest turns from several rappers, with the standout being Too $hort. Snoop sounds like he has salvaged his image on this track more so than the earlier tracks. This track compares to the catchy nature that "Candy Drippin'" possessed on THA BLUE CARPET TREATMENT, which makes this one of the best tracks of EGO TRIPPIN'.

"Waste of Time" is decent as well, if not as strong as say 2006's "That's That Sh**". Either way, Raphael Saadiq sounds particularly strong and soulful here. "Cool", a remake of a Morris Day and the Time hit, is good, even if it seems like it shouldn't appear on this album. But then again, EGO TRIPPIN' lacks the cohesiveness of Snoop's best, as later shown by the laughable country turn Snoop makes on the horrific "Medicine Man". Aside from semi-standouts from "Been Around the World", "Make It Good", and the celtic sampling "Why Did You Leave Me", the rest of EGO TRIPPIN' is merely average. "Sets Up" features excellent production from the Neptunes, but it doesn't allure one like the very best Neptunes hit would (in this case 2004's "Drop It Like It's Hot"). "Deez Hollywood Nights" is completely catchy, though utterly rediculous in which Snoop states that "Leonardo Di Caprio keeps a bad h*" - honestly, what? "Staxx in My Jeans" and "Ridin' In My Chevy" also disappoint hardcore Snoop fans. It makes you question if Snoop really is still "relevant".

Overall, I don't know if I'd spend $15 again to buy EGO TRIPPIN'. Sure, it has its good moments, but it is much more flawed than most of Snoop's other albums. I guess even a great recording artist like Snoop is allowed one slip-up, but my advice to S.D. would be to get The Neptunes as well as the producers from THA BLUE CARPET TREATMENT to produce your next album as opposed to mostly Teddy Riley. Not knocking the production work, but I think Snoop has worked better with different collaborators. 3 - 3 ½ Stars.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
(3.5 Stars) Take an 'Ego Trip' with D...O...Double G! April 9 2008
By Charles L. Hubbert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It's been more than 15 years since Snoop Dogg stepped on the scene. He's had his fair share of ups and downs, as he illustrates on ""Never Have 2 Worry" from his ninth studio album Ego Trippin'. But LBC's musical ambassador has weathered the storm and is almost as popular as when he first came out. And with Ego Trippin', Snoop does whatever he wants to do, a formula that seems to be his preference on many of his later albums. "Sexual Eruption" is the surprise hit that flashes back to the funk ballads of yesteryear and features Snoop singing on most of the song, with the only rap being a minuscule verse towards the end of the track. He continues this trend on the cover of The Time's "Cool," a move that was probably prompted by collaborating producer Teddy Riley. Everlast offers some assistance on the country-themed track "My Medicine." He still reps the West Coast on songs like "Press Play" (featuring Kurupt for the chorus and ad libs and DJ Quik on the boards), "Life of The Party" with Oakland's own Too Short and Mistah F.A.B.), and "Waste Of Time" with Oakland's own Raphael Saadiq for vocals and production.. But Snoop Dogg wouldn't be who he is without stepping outside of his comfort zone to embrace other sounds. He journeys to the Dirty South with the mediocre "Staxxx In My Jeans," reps the streets on "Ridin' In My Chevy" and gets a little too far out with Pharrell on "Sets Up." Some of his 'female friendly' tracks would be "Been Around The World," "One Chance (Make It Good)" and "Those Gurlz." ""Can't Say Goodbye" is the closing track that serves as an retrospective of his growth as a man, father, husband and artist. One thing that can be said about Ego Trippin' is that Snoop Dogg performs an array of material for the masses, not just one segment. Some may consider this as a risky career move, and others might think he's never going to be what he used to be. I think Snoop Dogg is just happy that people are even still talking about his rap career and listening to his music fifteen years after a cameo on a soundtrack song. Can you even remember any other artists that appeared on the Deep Cover soundtrack?


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