|Single by Snoop Dogg|
|from the album Ego Trippin'|
|Released||July 22, 2008|
|Genre||Hip hop, g-funk|
|Producer(s)||Teddy Riley, DJ Quik|
|Snoop Dogg singles chronology|
"Those Gurlz" is a song by American rapper Snoop Dogg, taken from Snoop Dogg's ninth studio album Ego Trippin' .It is produced by Teddy Riley and DJ Quik, was released on July 22, 2008, as the fourth single from the album.
|2008||BET's 106 & Park||Best video||Won|
|US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs ( Billboard )||91|
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