Snoop Dogg - Reggae Sunfest Jamaica - Remix details
One of the most controversial figures in popular music since he first took the pop world by storm in 1993, Snoop Dogg has regularly made headlines around the world with his antics both on and off stage. The embodiment of 90's gangsta rap, over the years Snoop has been frequently accused of using excessively sexist and violent language in the lyrics to his songs, vivid evocations of life in L.A.'s mean streets. True to form, following his spectacular performance at Jamaica's famous Reggae Sumfest Festival (billed as being 'The Greatest Reggae Show On Earth') in August 2001, Snoop was charged with using indecent language by the island's police force. This is a document of that concert at which Snoop featured all his best-known numbers, including 'Bitch Please', 'What's My Name?', 'Gin And Juice' and 'Ain't No Fun'.