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In 1992, Snoop Doggy Dogg came to attention of the music industry through his vocal contributions on Dr. Dre's The Chronic . That album is considered to have "transformed the entire sound of West Coast rap" by its development of what later became known as the " G-funk " sound. [4] The Chronic expanded gangsta rap with profanity, anti-authoritarian lyrics and multi-layered samples taken from 1970's P-Funk records. [4] Snoop Doggy Dogg contributed vocals to Dre's solo single, " Deep Cover ", which led to a high degree of anticipation among hip hop for the release of his own solo album. [2]


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