The 16-track project features a slew of guest stars, including Wiz Khalifa, KRS-One, Redman, Method Man, Devin the Dude, Too $hort, and Cypress Hill’s B-Real.
Snoop takes center stage on his 15th album with production from the likes of Rick Rock, Brody Brown, and League of Starz’s Dupri.
“Throughout the years, I’ve had my hands in a lot of different projects, but music has always remained at my core,” said Snoop. “This album reflects every phase of me throughout my career. I’m excited for ya’ll to hear this new project that highlights the evolution of the Dogg.”
Prior to dropping the full project, Snoop released several tracks including “Go On,” “420 (Blaze Up),” “Trash Bags,” “Promise You This,” “Mount Kushmore,” and the controversial “Lavender (Nightfall Remix).”
You can catch Snoop live on Linkin Park’s “One More Light World Tour,” beginning Oct. 14 in Seattle and ending Oct. 22 at the Hollywood Bowl. But before that he will perform his 1993 debut Doggystyle at this year’s HARD Summer Music Festival in August.
Stream Neva Left below.