13 West Coast Rappers Talk About Their Favorite Song On Snoop Dogg's "Doggystyle" Image via Kreayshawn on Facebook

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"'Ain't No Fun' is one of the best songs on there because it still has the sound of today, that sound has just been recreated all the time. My mom would be playing the album around the time she was playing a lot of George Clinton. It was cool to me because I knew George Clinton was old school and Snoop Dogg was newer, but they kind of had that same style—that funk sound. Funk is definitely something that's been missing in a lot of West Coast artist's music today. It would be cool if we brought back a little more funk. I know Snoop was inspired by George Clinton so its cool that I got to make that connection when I was younger.

Meeting him was definitely like meeting the man, the myth, the legend Snoop Dogg. I got to smoke with him and he definitely smokes so much weed. I remember I had to tap out at one point. I was like, 'How does he do this?'

"My mom was the one who introduced it to me because she was the one who always showed me music before I could find it on my own on the Internet. I remember I would look at the art for it. That was a big thing when I was younger, looking at the dirty cartoons. I was probably like eight when I first saw it and heard it and was able to be like, 'Oh, I know this.' I might of heard when It came out, but I definitely didn't know it was Snoop Dogg.

"Meeting him was definitely like meeting the man, the myth, the legend Snoop Dogg. I got to smoke with him and he definitely smokes so much weed. I remember I had to tap out at one point. I was like, 'How does he do this?' He's like rolling a blunt as he's sparking a blunt, at the same time. Snoop Dogg is like the most recognized person in hip-hop. If you ask someone who doesn't listen to hip-hop, like a 60 year old woman, even she would literally be like, 'That's Snoop Doggy Dogg.'"

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