I know people are saying that you can't have a Snoop Doggs greatest hits album without having any of his earlier Death Row hits, but you have to understand that Snoop doesn't own the rights to those songs. Suge Knight owns the rights, thus is the reason why he released a greatest hits album covering Snoops Death Row days. If you really think about it, Snoop was known as Snoop Doggy Dogg when he was with the Row. When Master P signed him to No Limit, he shortened his name to Snoop Dogg. So theoretically this is the best of Snoop Dogg (Post Death Row). However, I don't agree with a lot of the songs that were choosen for this album. Songs like Gin & Juice II, Woof, Down For My N_____, The One & Only and a few others were just average tracks in my mind. Some noticable tracks missing from this album are Y'all Gone Miss Me, Go Away, Snoop World, Ballin', My Heat Goes Boom, Doggz Gonna Get Ya, etc. I don't know if I want to say this was a waste of an album, but if Priority wanted to release a Best of Snoop Dogg, I think they really should have put his best work on a disc instead of filling it with only half and the rest with average tracks. This album could have been 4 stars instead of 3.