The songwriter and rapper Nate Doggystyle is still losing out on his music market, but a new survey finds that he’s doing so with a style that’s actually popular.
According to the study, released Wednesday by comScore, Doggy’s songs that peaked in the U.S. in 2018 are enjoying a strong start to the second half of 2019.
“I think we’re seeing a lot of people starting to appreciate his brand of hip hop,” says Jeff Gueren, a comScore research analyst who helped compile the data.
“They’re starting to see his music as something that’s more interesting, as opposed to the more generic rap that they have been seeing for a while.”
Doggys most recent album, 2017’s Doggy Style, has been nominated for multiple Grammys and won an Academy Award for Best Original Song, as well as being certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
It also has sold over 10 million copies worldwide.
Doggy has always been known for his ability to make his music memorable.
That can be seen on Doggy, who has said that his music is meant to entertain.
His style can also be a way to connect with his fans.
He often goes back to the same song, even after the album is over, because he can’t help but make it feel like a celebration of his life.
And it’s worked for him.
“It’s kind of a gift,” he says.
“My style is really about having fun.
It’s not about making money or selling music.”
But it can also lead to some serious backlash.
For example, a popular meme is that Doggy wears a mask that looks like he has a prosthetic eye.
He says that’s not true.
“Some people might say, ‘Why is this guy wearing a mask?'” he says, laughing.
“Because I don’t think I look like that, but people might be like, ‘I know he’s wearing a prosthesis, but this is what he looks like.’
So I’ll say, I don, and it’s kind