Label: Death Row/Interscope/Atlantic
Producer: Dat Nigga Daz, Warren G
This gem from Snoop's debut album provided several classic rap quotables. But more importantly, it supplied hip-hop with one of its cornerstone pillars: trust no ho. Instead of getting sprung on a chick who gets around, Snoop and the fellas showed that sharing with your boys was caring for your boys. And let's not forget Nate Dogg's melodic rap, in which he tells a chick that because she gave up the P so fast, he lost respect for her even faster.