10. Snoop Dogg “Still A G Thang” (1998)
Producer: Meech Wells
Album: Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told
Label: No Limit/Priority
Best Youtube Comment: “‘NO LIMIT IS THE LABEL THAT PAYS ME’ Thanks Snoop, we’re still trying to forget that.” - Rut267
Complex says: When Snoop hooked up with Master P's No Limit Records—one of the hottest labels in the game at the time—the pairing seemed a strange one, but fans reserved judgment, curious as to how Snoop’s style would change as he made the transition from Suge Knight and Death Row. Then came “Still A G Thang.”
His first No Limit release packed a plethora of fails, the most egregious being Snoop's choice to remake his classic “Ain’t Nuthin’ But A G Thang.” Not only was a terrible follow-up stylistically—Meech Wells is no Andre Young—but Snoop’s raps weren’t nearly up to par. Visibly out of his element, the song was nuthin' but an L thing.