Doggy’s Angels was a female rap trio formed by rapper Snoop Dogg that consisted of Big Chan (born Chan Gaines), Coniyac (born Kim Proby) and Kola Loc (born Kola Marion).
In 2000, they released their debut single “Baby If You’re Ready” (featuring singer Latoiya Williams). The song topped Billboard’s Rap Songs chart and also peaked at #18 on Billboard’s Hot Singles Sales chart, #2 on Billboard’s Hot R&B\Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart and #28 on Billboard’s Hot R&B\Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.
Their follow-up single “Ridaz With Me” didn’t appear to make a lot of impact on the charts.
In November of that same year, Doggy’s Angels released their only album “Pleezbaleevit!” which peaked at #35 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart, #8 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart and #7 on Billboard’s Top Independent Albums chart.
The release of Doggy’s Angels’ debut album led to a lawsuit by Columbia Pictures who claimed that the trio’s album cover infringed on their “Charlie’s Angels” movie franchise.
The trio’s record label, TVT Records responded by removing the cover image & promotional artwork and renamed the trio “Tha Angels,” but by 2002, they had disbanded.
In 2005, Chan Gaines sued the record label for $100 million in royalties for her performances with the trio. The suit was settled a year later.
These days, Chan Gaines appears to work as a fashion designer with her clothing line called Cyndarella Coutoure while Kim Proby and Kola Marion have their own solo music careers.
To see the music video for “Baby If You’re Ready,” go to:
To see a fan-made video for “Ridaz With Me,” go to: