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Album: Malice N Wonderland (2009)
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  • On this collaboration with The-Dream, Snoop sings of the love for a good woman.
  • Malice N Wonderland is split into two sections, with the first half being the "Malice" with gritty, dark, gangsta lyrics and content while the other half is the "Wonderland," showing Snoop's fun-loving and light-hearted flows, including this track. He explained to The London Times December 4, 2009: "When the record starts off you can tell I'm rapping with a lot of bad energy in my heart. So that's the first half, that's 'Malice.' By the time I get midway through the record it tones down and takes on a different direction, and by the end I find myself in 'Wonderland.' And you know, that's for the ladies. I been calling women 'bitches' and 'hos' my whole career and I didn't make songs for them. So I took time to give them that love and respect on this record."


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