Snoop Dogg's new album, Neva Left, has arrived.

Snoop's fifteenth album pays homage to his 90s roots stylistically, with production that touches on some of the G-funk era sound, while remaining current and approachable. Of course, Snoop hasn't really lost a beat since his early 90 debut, and remains not only one of the most consistent rappers in hip-hop but artists in music period, with a career that spans decades, as he dabbles in television, film and more, expanding his reach.

The 16-track album features production from veterans Rick Ross and Battlecat as well as newer beat makers like Kaytranada. Devin the Dude and Wiz Khalifa show up on the previously released weed anthem "420 (Blaze Up)" while Redman, Method Man and B-Real throw assists on the "Mount Rushmore" which Snoop previewed last month. "Go On" featuring October London is a breezy summertime jam—another reason Snoop's latest dropped right on time.

Take a listen to the project below.


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