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Snoop Dogg Pays Tribute To First Solo Album, Doggystyle, On It's 27TH Birthday!

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By Mike Walters

Snoop Dogg is celebrating a milestone for his first solo album after the rapper dropped the legendary record 27 years ago...today!

The 'Gin And Juice' rapper shared a picture of the album's cover art on Instagram wishing it a Happy Birthday. If you are a fan of Hip-Hop you know how mind-blowingly good this album is -- and if you are not, we will help you out a bit with the videos below!

"Happy. C day to. My 1st solo record. Doggystyle 27 years old art by @jo2cool_the_artist ✨👊🏾🔥. 🐐 🎙," Snoop captioned the post, and fans and celebrities responded with giving props to the Dogg for the dopest record ever...

Check It Out!

Greatest Album Of All Time -- Turns 27 Years Old!!

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On November 23, 1993, Snoop Doggy Dogg aka Calvin Broadus Jr. dropped his highly anticipated first solo album while with Death Row Records. The album followed the smash success from Dr. Dre, 'The Chronic,' where many of us heard Snoop's classic style for the first time.

The legendary album includes leading tracks like "Gin And Juice," "It Ain't No Fun," "Lodi Dodi," and of course one of the best song ever created, "What's My Name."

If you didn't notice, we are huge fans of Snoop and this album is so good just toss it on when you are having a rough day, and it just makes everything better!

You don't believe us, just listen to the video below!

Celebrities & Athletes Pay Tribute To Snoop's First Solo Album!

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Legendary rapper, Busta Rhymes, agreed with most people's opinion of this classic record and posted a bunch of king's crowns in the comments on Instagram.

NFL star, Marcellus Wiley, added, "This was everything! I was in NYC when it dropped too and they were on it as much as LBC 🙌🏿💯."

"This is literally my all-time favorite album. Thank you Snoop for influencing and inspiring me with this album🕊," one fan wrote. Another added, "My favorite album of all time."

Bottom line, if you don't own this record, you are missing out. It's the greatest of all time!

For now, Can we get a m----- f----- moment of silence for the small chronic break?

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