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Snoop Dogg may have revolutionized the rap game with his 1993 smashhit LP, Doggystyle, but that doesn't mean he's actually heard the album the whole way through.

Speaking to MTV while promoting his upcoming LP, 7 Days of Funk, Snoop revealed the sordid truth:

"I don't believe I've ever listened to the whole album and I'm being honest with you.

"I ain't never listen to Doggystyle top to bottom. I may have listened to songs, but I've never listened to it."

So, there you have it. The album that sold a whopping 800,000 units in its first week, produced classics like "Gin and Juice" and "Who Am I? (What's My Name)" and has sold over four million copies in the U.S., didn't get the full listening treatment from its creator.

But the Cali rapper was quick to explain that (listened full way through or not) the record meant—and still means—a lot to him personally.

"Back then it meant a lot because it was being able to stand on my own two feet and put out a project for the first and to actually be heard and seen for who I am individually," he said.

"Now what it means, it's an accomplishment. Looking back at it, it was very well put together, it was standards, it showed me the way to do it, the only way to do it."

In closing, next time you find yourself completely unable to get through that entire report at work, just remember, Snoop didn't get through his most famous album and look how successful he is!