Top 10 Worst Snoop Dogg Collaborations

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So Many Pros" (with Pharrell Williams: While Pharrell's production was top-notch, Snoop's verses on "So Many Pros.

Boom" (with T-Pain: Despite the star power involved, "Boom" failed to make a lasting impact due to its repetitive hook and lackluster production.

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Peaches N Cream" (with Pharrell Williams: While Pharrell's production was on point, Snoop's verses felt uninspired.

Wiggle" (with Jason Derulo: While catchy, "Wiggle" relied heavily on gimmicky lyrics and lacked substance.

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Sweat" (with David Guetta: Snoop's venture into electronic dance music with "Sweat" felt forced and didn't fully capitalize on his strengths as a rapper.

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Lighters Up" (with Lil' Kim: Snoop's appearance on this track felt overshadowed by Lil' Kim's commanding presence.

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I Wanna Love You" (with Akon: Despite being a commercial success, "I Wanna Love You" relied heavily on explicit lyrics.

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California Gurls" (with Katy Perry: While commercially successful, this pop-centric collaboration felt somewhat out of character for Snoop Dogg.

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Buttons" (with The Pussycat Dolls: Snoop's feature on this track seemed forced and didn't complement the group's style well.

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Break Your Heart" (with Taio Cruz: Snoop's feature on this pop track felt like an afterthought and didn't add much to the overall song.

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