Snoop Dogg Celebrates ‘Doggystyle’ Anniversary With Kurupt C-Day Salute, New Merch & Silly Instagram Posts

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Los Angeles, CA – Snoop Dogg kicked off a virtual celebration for the 27th anniversary of his debut solo album Doggystyle and gifted the internet with some hearty content and new products.

“Happy C day to my first solo record Doggystyle 27 years old,” Snoop wrote in the caption of the artwork of the album.

 

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The Doggfather also blessed the ‘Gram with an exclusive limited run of merchandise to commemorate the milestone. The bundle includes a bomber jacket, T-shirt and boxer briefs all featuring the Doggystyle cover artwork and branding.

 

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The legendary Long Beach MC continued the celebration with a string of posts initiated by the recent viral video of a dancing kid dubbed over Keak Da Sneak’s Bay Area anthem “Super Hyphie.”

“Doggystyle C Day mood 27 years strong,” the caption reads.

 

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Then, with the overzealous help of sports reporter and Instagram comedian Kevin Cuenca, he reminded us all how hard his 1993 classic “Gin N Juice” still slaps.

 

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He also shared a pair of videos sending a shout out to West Coast veteran and Doggystyle collaborator Kurupt to wish his fellow Crip a happy 48th birthday.

 

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Additionally, Snoop shared a repost from an Instagram account featuring a supercut of 50 Cent, Wiz Khalifa and Nas sharing how they were influenced by the rap legend’s initial body of work. One clip from the video shows a snippet of a red carpet interview with Nas in which he calls Doggystyle one of the best albums ever.

 

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Doggystyle was released in November 1993 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The album dropped on the infamous Death Row Records, was produced by Dr. Dre and Daz Dillinger, features from Tha Dogg Pound, Warren G and spent 74 weeks in contention on the chart.

Revisit Snoop Dogg’s classic album Doggystyle below.