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The 100 Best L.A. Rap Songs

14. Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg "Deep Cover" (1992)

Album: Deep Cover
Label: Epic
Producer: Dr. Dre


The Laurence Fishburne and Jeff Goldblum crime thriller Deep Cover was better than you might expect, but long after the movie is forgotten Dr. Dre's soundtrack cut-which introduced a lanky Long Beach rapper named Snoop Doggy Dogg to the world-will be boomin' in your system. The unbearably tense beat is one of Dre's simplest but it's also timeless. Pun, Fat Joe, Biggie, and Ghsotface have all taken the "Deep Cover" instrumental out for a spin, but nobody ripped it better than Dre and Snoop. Yeah-and ya don't stop.

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