"I was three-years-old when it came out, but I remember all them records growing up. I been playing a lot of them old classic albums, so I respect how they put the whole album together. They had everything on lock. I respect that because I'm an artist and I see that's how hard you got to work to get all that. They ran shit for years. He probably had a whole lot of people change their lifestyles because after they heard that album, they started doing what he was talking about. He influenced a lot of artist. Dre did this thing.

We still got our little gang bang swag, Chuck Taylors and all that. But when Snoop was cracking, it just looked perfect because they had everything together.

"The album shaped West Coast culture. You know how Miami known for cocaine? New York is known for drug dealing and rap? The West Coast, our culture, is known for gang banging. So, how they was dressing is how most people on the West Coast was dressing already because everybody was gang members. People still wear khakis and all that, but it's different right now. We still got our little gang bang swag, Chuck Taylors and all that. But when Snoop was cracking, it just looked perfect because they had everything together. It was just the right timing for everything. Shoutout to Snoop, he already know what it is. We working."