It’s safe to say that Snoop Dogg has had quite the flourishing career, as it has spanned over two decades long in the game now, but there was a point that he almost fell out of the industry. The BUSH rapper opened up in an interview with HipHopDX, where he revealed that Master P was the one person who believed in him to give him a second chance in music, signing him to his label after he left Death Row.
While Master P originally made the claim, Snoop shared his agreement with his comments, telling the outlet, “I credit him for saving my life, giving me a second chance, teaching me the business, enabling me to be Snoop Dogg and have fun and live and not have beef and have controversy in my life and allowing me to find my way to happiness. That’s what Master P did for me.” Snoop Dogg was signed to Master P’s No Limit Records label back in 1998, as Death Row was being investigated for violence when Suge Knight was in charge.
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