16 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

Snoop’s dipping his diamond-encrusted cup into the fountain of youth. The rapper/entrepreneur shows his versatility on Neva Left. From classic G-funk to reggae, trap to hyphy to R&B, Snoop is always in the cut—his distinct drawl shapeshifting to whatever style he chooses. The instant club classic “Trash Bags” describes a typical night out with Snoop. For old-school rap fans, he references the Golden Age on “Moment I Feared,” “Big Mouth,” and a lovely cover of Biz Markie’s “Vapors.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Snoop’s dipping his diamond-encrusted cup into the fountain of youth. The rapper/entrepreneur shows his versatility on Neva Left. From classic G-funk to reggae, trap to hyphy to R&B, Snoop is always in the cut—his distinct drawl shapeshifting to whatever style he chooses. The instant club classic “Trash Bags” describes a typical night out with Snoop. For old-school rap fans, he references the Golden Age on “Moment I Feared,” “Big Mouth,” and a lovely cover of Biz Markie’s “Vapors.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
236 Ratings

236 Ratings

DKLEE13 ,

Snoop Is Still A Boss

The title says it all. Snoop has "Neva Left". This album is everything, and then some, that Snoop fans young and old can bump. The beats bang (esepcially the Battlecat produced tracks with that true west coast sound), and Snoop's flow is as unique and smooth-like-silk as ever.

Favored Tracks: "Go On" (smooth as hell with October London's vocals), 420 (Blaze Up), Let Us Begin (KRS-One on a Battlecat cut? Toooooo dope), Mount Kushmore (a new smoker's anthem).

All in all, a banger of an album. Looking fowrad to getting a copy of the vinyl as well.

Tscutt ,

Snoop

I was a little disappointed that it wasn't like his old school gangsta rap... after hearing this album I wish he did leave the game.

Dumblo2333 ,

Snoop boring

Not as glamorous of a rapper that people aim him to be

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