As the embodiment of 90s gangsta rap, Snoop Dogg blurred the lines between reality and fiction. Introduced to the world through Dr. Dre's "The Chronic", Snoop quickly became the most famous star in rap, partially because of his drawled, laconic rhyming and partially because the violence that his lyrics implied seemed real, especially after he was arrested on charges of being a murder accomplice. The arrest certainly strengthened his myth, and it helped his debut album, 1993's "Doggystyle", become the first debut album to enter the charts at number one. Included on that classic album was the jam "Gz And Hustlas". Traffic Entertainment, in partnership with Death Row Records, brings you a formerly unreleased single for that track. The record features both the '12" Single Edit' and the 'Full Version', along with the previously unavailable and never before heard instrumental. Back with two more "Doggystyle" bangers, this Death Row release is not one to be ignored.