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What? Wild news. According to reports, Snoop Dogg has bolted from Death Row Records for the (friendly?) confines of Master P's No Limit Records. This move is sure to firmly place No Limit near the top of the Hip-Hop map.
Along with the news of the signing, a rumored album cover for Snoop Dogg's No Limit debut "Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told" has leaked:
I haven't heard much No Limit material but I'm really wondering how Snoop's music is gonna sound now that he's rolling with a southern Hip-Hop label? Time will tell.
Snoop has released his first two videos on No Limit Records...#bringbackdeathrowSnoop:
Album drops August 4, 1998.