Friday, May 20, 2005

The Philosophy of Snoop Dogg

Snoop Doggy Dogg's classic, "Gin and Juice", revels in the notion of one's self and is reminiscent of the scientific revolution that invaded European thoughout the 17th century and beyond.

Snoop Dogg attempted to answer the age old question as to why human nature seeks nurture from outside himself rather than inside. In this situation, Snoop Dogg contemplates why does man seek complimentary sustitence from others?

Why must Snoop Dogg's "homies" contantly help themselves to his gin? Snoop Dogg, also, seems to be implying Emerson's transcendental reasoning that the answers to everything including a good cocktail are within grasp.

It can summed up neatly by French philosopher, Rene Descartes who said, cogito, ergo sum; "I think, therefore I am" or, in this case, "I thizzal, therefore I Izzal."

Click below to hear the LFR's version of "Gin and Juice".

this is an audio post - click to play


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MrYosemite said...

Good stuff but I think you should stick with what you know, break out the Tom Petty.

MrYosemite said...

Didn't like that audio file as much, didn't like hearing the lyrics in the background. I liked it better when you had a track and you were the only one singing. I think you should dedicate a song to Geoff, Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World."

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