Got any real experience in working out? How many years I mean , and give us some max's...there are programs specialized for both hypertrophy and strength but you kinda need to know MORE about your body and already have an understanding of how to work out brosef , if not , may I recommend something very customizable like Wendler 5/3/1:
You see it has many schemes and 2 of them for bodybuilding , so you add in the hypertrophy desired , Dave Tate's Periodization Bible and also "The bodybuilding Assistance" scheme , so you can focus on the main lifts (4 big compounds , dead lift , squat , OH press , BP) and get the strength and hormonal release they pose , and then go into assistance exercises (which I recommend to make compound too seriously) to get the hypertrophy desired so that nutrition can rebuild it into bigger muscles. Win-win scenario , put on size , add strength , and look like the bad-ass at the gym ! Looks quite cool to go and dip with 50lbs hanging from you and rep out 10-20 of them ! Or same with pull ups hehe.
Now another program (this one is trickier and requires for you to know a bit more terms and have more experience...a lot mroe I would say) is Layne Norton's Phat Training:
Explains it real nice there , it will have its power and its hypertrophy days , again it is a more advanced program with HIGH volume and good stuff.
If neither are of your taste...well there's always Westside for Skinny Bastards...hm...and yeah stick to those , DoggCrapp is way too much and you really need at least some 3 years of serious training and good strength to go in there...BUT if you have managed to get some decent numbers on the compounds , look up what ELECT Sets mean , or Perfect Rep , and throw it in in any of the programs , good stuff for putting on size and strength bro.