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EDITORS’ NOTES

Snoop Dogg needs no introduction—an international superstar beloved by kids, adults, the streets, and corporate America alike, he's one of the most instantly recognizable players in the world today. DaM-FunK, on the other hand, is more of an underground phenom, a Los Angeles–based producer/vocalist heavily influenced by '80s synth-funk pioneers like Roger & Zapp, Prince, Cameo, Slave, and the like. Signed to Stones Throw Records, he has released two critically acclaimed throwback-minded albums, Rhythm Trax Vol. 4 and Toeachizown. On 7 Days of Funk, he and "Snoopzilla" join forces for a short-but-sweet record that sounds like something straight out of 1982 (in a good way), overflowing with elastic bass lines, analog synth squiggles, handclaps a-plenty, and Vocoders galore. While Snoop's last incarnation as a reggae singer was somewhat hit-or-miss, he sounds more at home here, alternately singing and rapping mostly about the ladies, the chronic, and chillin'. This seems sure to satisfy any fan of Snoop, DaM, or Reagan-era funk.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Snoop Dogg needs no introduction—an international superstar beloved by kids, adults, the streets, and corporate America alike, he's one of the most instantly recognizable players in the world today. DaM-FunK, on the other hand, is more of an underground phenom, a Los Angeles–based producer/vocalist heavily influenced by '80s synth-funk pioneers like Roger & Zapp, Prince, Cameo, Slave, and the like. Signed to Stones Throw Records, he has released two critically acclaimed throwback-minded albums, Rhythm Trax Vol. 4 and Toeachizown. On 7 Days of Funk, he and "Snoopzilla" join forces for a short-but-sweet record that sounds like something straight out of 1982 (in a good way), overflowing with elastic bass lines, analog synth squiggles, handclaps a-plenty, and Vocoders galore. While Snoop's last incarnation as a reggae singer was somewhat hit-or-miss, he sounds more at home here, alternately singing and rapping mostly about the ladies, the chronic, and chillin'. This seems sure to satisfy any fan of Snoop, DaM, or Reagan-era funk.

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Customer Reviews

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About 7 Days of Funk

After his name change to Snoop Lion and his reggae album Reincarnated, rapper Snoop Dogg introduced another alias, Snoopzilla, with his funk-flavored project 7 Days of Funk featuring producer, musician, and songwriter Dâm-Funk. After meeting at the SXSW music festival in 2011, the duo began planning a project that would combine hip-hop with the funk they loved from the ‘70s and ‘80s. With the music of Zapp, George Clinton, Prince, and others as their guide, the group recorded 7 Days of Funk's self-titled debut and released it on the Stones Throw label in 2013. The album featured guest appearances from Kurupt, Tha Dogg Pound, and funk music veteran Steve Arrington. ~ David Jeffries

  • FORMED
    2011

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