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Ego Trippin'
Ego Trippin'.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 11, 2008 (2008-03-11)
GenreHip hop
LabelDoggystyle, Geffen
Snoop Dogg chronology
Tha Blue Carpet Treatment
Ego Trippin'
Malice n Wonderland
Singles from Ego Trippin'
  1. "Sensual Seduction"
    Released: November 20, 2007
  2. "Neva Have 2 Worry"
    Released: February 19, 2008
  3. "Life of da Party"
    Released: March 11, 2008
  4. "My Medicine"
    Released: June 14, 2008
  5. "Those Gurlz"
    Released: July 22, 2008

Ego Trippin' is the ninth studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on March 11, 2008 by Doggystyle Records and Geffen Records.[1] The album debuted at number 3 on the US Billboard 200, selling 137,000 copies in its first week. Upon its release, the album received generally positive reviews from music critics.


The album was originally set to feature no guests and showcase Snoop Dogg only, hence the title "Ego Trippin'".[2] However, Snoop Dogg proved this concept untrue as he scheduled tracks with the likes of Charlie Wilson, among others.[3] All of the photography was taken at Long Beach Polytechnic High School, Snoop's high school.

Snoop Dogg originally confirmed that Pharrell, Nelly and Charlie Wilson would appear on a track entitled "Feet Don't Fail Me Now", and that he also would like to work with Bono, Madonna and Mick Jagger as well. However, "Feet Don't Fail Me Now" and none of the collaborations would make the final album cut except for Charlie Wilson's features. Collaborations with DJ Quik, Raphael Saadiq, Teddy Riley and Too Short were also scheduled for the album.[4] Snoop Dogg formed a production supergroup for the album called "QDT" (Quik-Dogg-Teddy).

Snoop Dogg spoke on working with Everlast for a country song called "Johnny Cash".[5] However, the track's title was changed to "My Medicine" with Everlast playing the guitar. Another track with Charlie Wilson and The Gap Band called "Can't Say Goodbye" was also confirmed for the album.[5] Snoop Dogg reminisced on the track stating, "This song makes me want to cry every time I hear it. It is a reflection of my life and how I have grown as not only an artist but also a man - it is about me staying true to where I came from while having to accept where I am in my life today, it's deep".[5]

Snoop Dogg and Charlie Wilson both performed 'Can't Say Goodbye' on American Idol's 'Idol Gives Back' Charity Performance. On July 29, 2008 BET's 106 & Park premiered Snoop Dogg's video for "Those Gurlz".

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Review scores
Allmusic3.5/5 stars[7]
Robert ChristgauB−[8]
Entertainment WeeklyB[9]
Los Angeles Times2.5/4 stars[11]
Pitchfork Media(6.6/10)[13]
PopMatters7/10 stars[14]
Rolling Stone3.5/5 stars[15]
USA Today2.5/4 stars[16]

Rolling Stone said, "[H]is languorous rapping has a way of inspiring inventively freaky sounds from producers... Result: the best Snoop disc in years."[15]

Entertainment Weekly said, "All of Snoop's personalities make appearances on his ninth CD, Ego Trippin'....It's sentimental, it's fun... Maybe this old Dogg doesn't need any new tricks."[9] Vibe said, "Lead single 'Sensual Seduction' is an undeniable masterpiece of throwback funk."[17]

Commercial performance

The album debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 137,000 copies in its first week.[18] In its second week the album fell to number seven on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 57,000 copies, for a two-week total of 194,000 copies.[19] Ego Trippin' was the tenth best selling hip hop album of the year. As of 2011, the album has sold 401,000 copies in the United States.[20]

Track listing

Information is based on the album's Liner Notes[21]

1."A Word Witchya! (Intro)"Calvin Broadus, Elijah Molina, Marvin Gaye, Gwen Gordy Fuqua, Sandra GreeneScoop DeVille1:20
2."Press Play" (featuring Kurupt)C. Broadus, Ricardo Brown, David Blake, Terrace Martin, Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley, O'Kelly Isley Jr., Ernie Isley, Marvin Isley, Chris JasperDJ Quik3:48
3."SD Is Out" (featuring Charlie Wilson)C. Broadus, Dejanee Riley, Teddy Riley, Priest BrooksTeddy Riley3:49
4."Gangsta Like Me" (featuring Jamie Foxx)C. Broadus, D. Riley, T. Riley, Jamie Foxx, Glenda ProbyTeddy Riley4:26
5."Neva Have 2 Worry" (featuring Terrace Martin & Uncle Chucc)C. Broadus, T. Riley, Charles "Uncle Chucc" Hamilton, Larrance Dopson, Russell RedeauxSnoop Dogg, Terrace Martin4:18
6."Sexual Eruption (Sensual Seduction)"C. Broadus, Seneca Lovejoy, Demetrius StewartShawty Redd4:00
7."Life of da Party" (featuring Too Short & Mistah F.A.B.)C. Broadus, E. Molina, Todd Shaw, Stanley P. CoxScoop DeVille4:23
8."Waste of Time" (featuring Raphael Saadiq)C. Broadus, Dave Young, Bobby Ozuna, Raphael SaadiqRaphael Saadiq, Bobby Ozuna3:33
9."Cool"Prince Rogers Nelson, Dez DickersonTeddy Riley4:02
10."Sets Up" (featuring Pharrell Williams)C. Broadus, Pharrell WilliamsThe Neptunes3:44
11."Deez Hollywood Nights"C. Broadus, Dominick Lamb, Bruce Sudano, Joe Esposito, Eddie HokensonNottz4:39
12."Whateva U Do"C. Broadus, Kevin "Khao" Cates, Marc ColemanKhao, Marc Coleman3:46
13."Staxxx in My Jeans"C. Broadus, Thomas Jackson, Ricardo ThomasRick Rock3:49
14."Been Around tha World"C. Broadus, T. Martin, R. Redeaux, Latonya "Tone Treasure" GivensSnoop Dogg, Terrace Martin3:36
15."Let It Out"C. Broadus, T. Riley, D. Riley, T. MartinTeddy Riley2:38
16."My Medicine" (featuring Willie Nelson & Whitey Ford)C. Broadus, Erik SchrodyWhitey Ford2:40
17."Ridin' in My Chevy"C. Broadus, E. MolinaScoop DeVille3:15
18."Those Gurlz" (featuring Brandon Winbush)C. Broadus, T. Riley, D. Blake, E. MolinaTeddy Riley, DJ Quik4:00
19."One Chance (Make It Good)"C. Broadus, Bryan Fryzel, Prince Phillip MitchellFrequency3:33
20."Why Did You Leave Me" (featuring Chilly Chil)C. Broadus, Devon Reed, Jamal Jones, Chauncey HollisPolow da Don, Hit-Boy4:07
21."Can't Say Goodbye" (featuring Charlie Wilson)C. Broadus, T. Riley, D. Riley, G. Proby, Joseph Bereal, Bruce HornsbyTeddy Riley4:07
22."Nobody Better"  3:24
23."Shootem Up"  3:40
24."Walk Away"C. Broadus, Zack de la Rocha, Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, Brad Wilk, Connie Mitchell 4:07



Credits adapted from the album's Liner Notes[21] and Allmusic.[22]



Region Certification Certified units/sales
Russia (NFPF)[43] Gold 10,000*
United States (Nielsen SoundScan) 400,000[20]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history

Region Date
Germany[44] March 7, 2008
United States[1] March 11, 2008
United Kingdom[45] March 31, 2008


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