“I’ll play the daddy, you can play the momma.”
Lovely come-ons, as done by Tha Dogg Pound Gangstas.
Let me get first on this one.
DPGC!! Most underrated classic of the golden days.
Daz and Kurupt, Kurupt and Daz.
Check the dirty version with Warren G on That Doggy Bag album that Death Row dropped earlier this year
“For tha Nine-Fever” LOL
Man…this shit is unfadeable.
Dre still won’t work with Daz till this day. Nobody ever brings that up. I think it has to do with him say in that he did the beats while Dre got credit. That and the Death Row uncut giving you directions to his and Snoops cribs while Daz was still on Death Row
they got beef?
dre domt really work with none of them except snoop anymore really. im not sure about daz, but i know kurupt and soopa fly worked on detox.
daz has been in the studio w dre in the past year
That’s because Daz did do all the beats
Then why doesn’t he he sound as good without Dre? Dre’s mixing is key
Not true. Quik did some too ;) Zero credit given.
The OG version featured a Warren G verse*
*File under shit most people could care less about
Had to pop in for this one.
Daz produced the record – he played no instruments. Dre mixed it. Priest played the keys. Ricardo played guitar. Butch played drums.
I was with the folks who filmed that Death Row Uncut. That was really when I cut ties with Suge.
Dre is a stand-up guy. He has produced every record he is credited with.
The genius of Dre is in the details (such as the 808 drum increasing on the “There’s no mistakin, I can have the whole house shakin/ Young Daz in that…”).
I spoke to Missy (Elliott) this past week about how these amazing producers (Timbo included) always get called out for having others produce their records. They are producers. They produced the songs. Trust me. When you hear Danja and Polow da Don (but especially Nate) and question if they produced Timbo’s records… it is because they were his protégés. You bring them into the fold because of that fact – they were influenced by your style, and as such… their sound… sounds like yours.
That said… this record is one I still play to this day. It is timeless… (beyond what Teef brought up – the year being shouted out) and it is a classic.
Daz produced a great album with Dogg Food – but he also had a lot of help.
Thanks for the clarification on who did what, TRA. The instrumentation is amazing & the funk is timeless.
this album showed who was behind a ton of g funk hits that nigga daz was and is a beast behind them board and dogg food one of the best albums put out
Man this takes me back especially the video. Classic. Probably my personal favourite Death Row album.