Let's Play House (Tha Dogg Pound song)

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"Let's Play House"
Single by Tha Dogg Pound featuring Michel'le and Nate Dogg
from the album Dogg Food
Released Dec 15, 1995
Format Audio Cassette, Audio CD
Recorded 1995
Genre West Coast hip hop, G-Funk
Length 3:24
Label Death Row
Producer(s) Daz Dillinger
Tha Dogg Pound featuring Michel'le and Nate Dogg singles chronology
"New York, New York"
(1995)
"Let's Play House"
(1995)

"Let's Play House" is a single by Long Beach hip hop duo Tha Dogg Pound featuring Michel'le. The song is the 9th track on their 1995 debut album Dogg Food and is one of their popular songs. The song features very sexual lyrics, which may have made the song itself controversial. Warren G originally had a verse but was removed for an unknown reason. The original version is available with his verse intact but in poor quality.

Speakin' of house let's play a game of it/ Are ya wit it? Hide and go get it, I betcha love it baby/ I'll play the daddy and you can play the momma so we can get down upon the living room floor

More sexually explicit lyrics were:

I know you know this girl by tha name of Danielle/ Body of a Goddess face from hell/ but oh shhh, this wasn't the average trick/ (She got the bomb) and she like gobblin and swallowin a whole nine and a half on dat black ass

Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, and Michel'le make appearances in both the song and the video. The song begins with a spoken intro from Dr. Dre

Music video[edit]

There are black and white clips of Michel'le and the Dogg Pound members playing cards, drinking, and smoking inside a club. Other scenes are in colour and show them at an outdoor party relaxing. The video was directed by Michael Martin.

Charts[edit]

Chart (1995) Peak
position
Billboard Hot 100 45
Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 21
Billboard Hot Rap Singles 5
Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 30