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.