Album: No Limit Top Dogg
Label: No Limit
Producer: Dr. Dre

When he was Death Row's last man standing, Snoop Dogg found a new home at Master P's No Limit Records. But as a No Limit soldier, Snoop was expected to churn out tunes by the pound, just like the rest of the team. Although his first No Limit album, Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told, felt like a byproduct of Master P's production schedule, his follow-up, No Limit Top Dogg, was much stronger. Mainly because Snoop hooked up with Dr. Dre and Nate Dogg again for the first time since the Death Row days. He even brought rising star Xzibit along for the ride on this West Coast classic. Coupled with Dre's 2001 later that year, the West Coast was definitely back in the house.