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100 Wayz
Studio album by Tha Dogg Pound
Released TBA, 2010
Recorded 2007-2009
Genre West Coast hip hop
Gangsta rap
Label Doggystyle Records/DPG Records / Priority Records
Producer Daz Dillinger
Pete Rock
Denaun Porter
Swizz Beatz
DJ Quik
Tha Dogg Pound chronology
That Was Then, This Is Now
100 Wayz
Westcoast Aftershocc

100 Wayz is the upcoming eighth studio album by Tha Dogg Pound. It was originally scheduled to be released after their 2007 release, Dogg Chit. Their seventh album, That Was Then This Is Now was released instead. 100 Wayz' is now set to be released sometime in 2010.


Current status

After waiting almost two years to release 100 Wayz through Koch Records to no avail, Tha Dogg Pound has parted ways with Koch and switched their efforts to a different album project entitled That Was Then, This Is Now. Daz Dillinger has heavily dissed Alan Grunblatt in recent interviews as well as on his latest mixtape, ruling out any future releases through Koch Records. However he has also stated that 100 Wayz is still coming out, but with new and unleaked material at a later date in the future. The original singles and several tracks that were promoting the 100 Wayz album during 2008 and early 2009 will now be included on That Was Then This Is Now.

On 1 December 2009, Daz gave a preview of his new single for the 100 wayz album, called "sky'z tha limit" , which Soopafly & Daz on the productions. Daz announced there will be 16 brand new tracks on the 100 wayz album, and it will be released in 2010.[1][2] The album will be released through major distribution, and executive produced by Snoop Dogg, as well as released through the Doggystyle Records imprint.


Daz and Kurupt stated in a 2008 interview with DubCNN, that the album will feature Krayzie Bone on a song called Money Foldin, as well as Cassidy on a remix of the Daz song I'm From The Hood. They've also done a track with Pharrell called Cheat.[3] These tracks were later moved to the album That Was Then, This Is Now.


Daz will be producing most of the songs, and additional producers will include the likes of Swizz Beatz, Denaun Porter, Soopafly, and Pete Rock. Producer Hi-Tek is also confirmed to have contributed to the album.[4]



Possible Tracks

  • "100 Wayz" (Produced by Daz)
  • "Gotta Let U Know"
  • "I Don't Care"
  • "Fire" (Produced by Pete Rock)
  • "Blessin'" (Produced by Hi-Tek)



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