Tha Dogg Pound Drops DJ Premier-Produced “Who Da Hardest?” Music Video Featuring Lady Of Rage, RBX & Snoop Dogg

In a nostalgic nod to the glory days of Death Row Records, Tha Dogg Pound has returned with a bar-heavy posse cut titled “Who Da Hardest?” The track features rap legends Snoop Dogg, Lady of Rage, and RBX, solidifying their enduring chemistry and camaraderie.

Off their recently released seventeen-track album, W.A.W.G. (We All We Got), “Who Da Hardest?” brings together the seasoned veterans who have left an indelible mark on hip-hop history. 

To understand the weight of “Who Da Hardest?”, we must revisit the heyday of Death Row Records. Founded in the early 1990s by Dr. Dre and Suge Knight, Death Row became a powerhouse in the rap industry. Artists like Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound (comprising Daz Dillinger and Kurupt), Lady of Rage, and RBX were at the forefront of the label’s success.

During this era, Death Row churned out iconic albums, including Dr. Dre’s The Chronic and Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle. The label’s sound was characterized by G-funk beats, raw lyricism, and unapologetic West Coast swagger. “Who Da Hardest?” harks back to that golden age, invoking memories of smoke-filled studios, red cups, and late-night freestyle sessions.

As a rap icon, Snoop needs no introduction. His laid-back flow and distinctive voice have made him a household name. From “Gin and Juice” to “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” Snoop’s catalog is a testament to his longevity and influence.

Often referred to as the “First Lady of Death Row,” Lady of Rage made her mark with the classic hit “Afro Puffs.” Her fierce delivery and unapologetic lyrics set her apart. Now, she returns to the fold, reminding us why she’s a DPG (Dogg Pound Gangsta) demi-goddess.

RBX’s deep voice and intricate wordplay have left an indelible imprint on West Coast rap. His collaborations with Dr. Dre and Tha Dogg Pound are etched in hip-hop history.

“Who Da Hardest?” isn’t just a song; it’s a time capsule. It transports us to an era when hip-hop was raw, unfiltered, and unapologetic. Tha Dogg Pound, Snoop Dogg, Lady of Rage, and RBX remind us that their legacy endures. As the beat fades out, we’re left with a sense of nostalgia and gratitude—for the artists who shaped our musical landscape and continue to do so.