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Last Meal Explicit Lyrics
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Snoop Dogg ~ Tha Last Meal
Throughout the 1990s, Snoop Dogg proved that the phrase "old rappers" doesn't have to be an oxymoron, and that it's possible to age gracefully within the genre. But as he made the transition from lethargic gangsta crony to mature thug uncle, Snoop the icon soon outstripped Snoop the rapper and his output became spotty, leaving questions of whether his talented tongue was lost to time. On Tha Last Meal, Snoop proves that all the glitter isn't gone from his golden throat. He's so secure that he even dips into crooning on the so fresh and so clean "Leave Me Alone." But Tha Last Meal largely achieves its smoothness through worn-leather raps delivered with pimp savoir-faire and production--supplied by Dr. Dre, Timbaland, Meech Wells, and others--that swaps the charisma-free bounce of Snoop's last two albums for an uptempo, newly enthused sound. The glee is echoed in Snoop's rhymes. "I'm in a three-piece suit looking too cute," Snoop gloats on "Stacey Adams." "Go Away" serves as the Dogg's new position statement, on which he belligerently proclaims "I'm too young to retire, I'm having fun with it / See, when you learn what to do with it, I'll be done with it." Indeed, it'll take a nation of haters to keep Snoop down, something that Snoop nods to on "True Lies," which features the boldest player of all, President Bill Clinton. With even the prez doing dirt, it's clear the game still isn't to be told. --Jon Caramanica
Top Customer Reviews
1) Hennesy N Buddah (featuring KoKane) - Okey, this is one of the best songs i have heard in my life. It has awesome beats, the catchy voice of KoKane, makes this song perfect. I also love it for in the beginning "EAST SIDE!" Love it. Awesome song. Best song on the album! (10/10)
2) Intro - Well, this is a pretty short track, but i don't think it is a skit. For some reason, this is just an awesome track. I love how they make it half love song, half bad words. Ha. Funny. (10/10)
3) Y'all Gonna Miss Me (KoKane) - Great beats, awesome lyrics. This was a great track. Once again, the one, the only, KoKane is in this song. (which he is in almost every song) well, another great track! *winks* (9.5/10)
4) I Can't Swim - Woah! VERY catchy in the beginning! woah! That alien dude is VERY, VERY, WEIRD!! I love the beat, once again, and.... well.... this is just a great song! (9.5/10)
5) Issues - Great beat, (ONCE AGAIN!Read more ›
Ok, now the bad. I was really expecting a good album from snoop. I bought this album from its reputation. I was told it was one of snoop's best by my friends so I bought it. I was familiar with snoops old albums, a few of which I own so I thought I'd be safe spending my money on this. But no. I was wrong. Everyone loves the song Lay low but mostly, people listen to it for the beat. It's almost exactly the same as Ambitionz az a ridah by 2pac, so it came out as repetitive to me as I've had that CD for years.
Alot of the rapping came from guest rappers. I was really looking forward to hearing snoop rap some new songs. There was a few but not enough to save the album.
Snoop knew he is done as a rapper of pure skills and originality. He releases his albums knowing that from his reputation and all the wannabe ganstas that listen to him to be cool will buy it and all he needs is 1 or 2 good songs to carry his album platinum.
If your a snoop fan, don't bother with it. It's a waste of time and money.
There is only about 8 seconds of Dre on the album and he is just talking. Instead snoop decides to feature kokain... a rapper with an extremely terrible voice that cannot sing. Kokain is featured in 8 whole songs. There are a couple of people featured on the album that deserve it like Nate Dogg, Ice Cube, Master P, but this kokane is just terrible.
Though not the best he can do snoop does a good job with Tha Last Meal and Master P did a good job producing it. Snoop brings in a good beat in "Snoop Dogg (What's My Name Pt. 2)" (though it's a rip off), and kokane doesnt ruin "Hennesey N Buddah", he actual adds a good beat. "Set It Off" is ok bringing in MR Ren, The Lady Of Rage, Nate Dogg, And Ice Cube. "Lay Low" is an excellent song... Dre talks for 8 seconds in the begining, and then we have some Nate Dogg, Master P, Butch Cassidy, and The Eastsidaz. Finally "Ryde" and "Issues" are very good with "ryde" Bringing in Eve to rap it out w/ snoop and Snoop doing all of "Issues" himself.
I think you will agree that Tha Last Meal is a good album but snoop is still not showing that potential that he showed in Doggystyle.
The cd has ultimate playability and replay value especially since we are approaching summer. Snoopï¿½s rhymes are his best since Doggystyle, and his flow as always is untouchable. His silky smooth voice lets you hear the beat without being overshadowed. There is nothing better than listening to Snoop on a nice sunny day. All the songs are excellent in my eyes except for I Canï¿½t Swim, which is pure garbage and messes up the flow of the album. Kokane appears on eight songs and I donï¿½t think he wears out his welcome; he is tight on the songs. The greatest songs are Hennessey N Buddah, True Liesï¿½which uses the Bill Clinton speech sample, Stacey Adamsï¿½one of the most pimpish songs ever, Lay Lowï¿½a rapid fire harsh diss to Death Row Records; Tray Dee shines. The singles are still tight such as Snoop Dogg Whats My Name part II where Timbaland crafts one of his slyer beats and Snoop is at his laid back best, and Loosen Control, the summertime classic about getting played and used. Eve guests on Ready To Ryde and is pretty tight, and Lady Of Rage emerges from the shadows on the Timbaland produced Set It Off.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
Tha Last Meal [EXPLICIT LYRICS]~ Snoop Dogg is classic snoop with crude lyrics, good rapping and nasty inuendos.Published on June 16 2004 by B. Viberg
2.Hennesy N Buddah 5/5
3.Snoop Dogg 5/5
4.True Lies 5/5
5.Wrong Idea 5/5
6.Go Away 4/5
7.Set It Off 5/5
8.Stacey Adams 4/5
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This is the best cd in the world. You don't have a good cd collection if you don't have this. This is the greatest album in hip hop history. Read morePublished on Dec 20 2003 by SlimShady_31
I stole this CD off my "mate" and I wish i hadn't. There are 6 songs worth listening to. All but 2 are only good because they feature other good rappers eg set it off,... Read morePublished on Dec 19 2003
I think this is one of snoop's best albums ever, if not tha best. Tha beats are off tha hook and the lyrics is gangsta. Tha capital S-n-double o-p did a good job this time.Published on Nov. 9 2003
snoop dogg shows he can make a slammin album without his usual kurupt, daz dillinger, nate dogg and da no limit family. Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2003 by Luny Dogg
This is the best Snoop Dogg Album I ever heard! (I haven't heard Doggystyle or Paid Da Cost yet)
Snoop Dogg brings the gangsta-ish that only he can bring, the best songs is:... Read more
This is probably his all time worst album ever.The production is very bad and snoops lyrics are very stupid. Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2003 by Edgar Sanchez
I have been reading the other reviews,and it seems like this LP has mixed reactions.Me myself have mixed feelings towards this record. Read morePublished on Sept. 15 2003 by Zach Murray