Snoop Dogg Readies New Album ‘Neva Left’ for May
Don’t call it a comeback because Snoop Dogg Neva Left.
On Monday (Apr. 24), the Long Beach legend officially announced his forthcoming 15th studio album with its throwback artwork. Featuring a younger Snoop — with Jheri curl and all — the Chi Modu-shot cover is meant to represent the LP’s theme.
“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.”
To go along with the album art and title, Snoop has released his star-studded “Mount Kushmore” single featuring Redman, Method Man, and Cypress Hill’s B-Real. With a West Coast bounce, the banger features several references to marijuana.
Earlier today, Snoop also dropped “420 (Blaze Up)” with Wiz Khalifa and Devin the Dude as part of the Grow House soundtrack. Recently, he also unleashed the Neva Left single “Promise You This.”
Snoop is currently on the “Mount Rushmore Wellness Retreat Tour,” a 16-city trek that features Wiz, Cypress, Red & Meth, Lil Uzi Vert, Berner, Flatbush Zombies, and more.
Neva Left, the follow-up to last year’s Coolaid, is due May 19.