Snoop Dogg ‘Transition’.
Snoop Dogg reflects on his “Transition” from the streets to the studio with his latest loose release, which features a vocal sample of the Notorious B.I.G.
Snoop picks things up from there, over Jahlil Beats’ head-knocking production. “All we ever wanted was the money, but we’ll take it all,” raps the Long Beach legend. “And we never hesitate to break it off.”
In fact, the hard-hitting track kicks off with Frank White, who once rhymed about trying to sell as many records as Tha Doggfather. “It’s really just making a transition of being a street hustler ni**a to like, a quote-unquote star,” says Biggie on the song’s opener.
While everyone knows that Snoop is a prominent figure in the game, people sometimes forget that he can actually spit fire. If you needed a reminder of that, check out “Transition.” Unfortunately, Snoop only raps for a little bit, opting to let the beat ride for the majority of the track.