Snoop Dogg takes aim at Death Row founder Suge Knight on his forthcoming Priority/Capitol album "Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss," due Nov. 26. "Suge Knight's a b*tch and that's on my life," the rapper sa

Snoop Dogg takes aim at Death Row founder Suge Knight on his forthcoming Priority/Capitol album "Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss," due Nov. 26. "Suge Knight's a b*tch and that's on my life," the rapper says of his former boss on a track dubbed "Pimp't Slapped," a cut that also takes swipes at former collaborators Xzibit and Kurupt.

The album, Snoop Dogg's sixth, features a Neptunes-produced lead single, "From Tha Chuuch to Tha Palace," a self-congratulatory rap that a Capitol spokesperson says will be serviced to U.S. radio in early October. Other tracks on the album, which will feature guest appearances from Jay-Z, Redman, and Nate Dogg, include "You Got What I Want," "Suited 'n Booted," "Boss Playa," "Wasn't Yo Fault," and "Lollipop." A full tracklisting is not yet available.

In addition to the Neptunes, the set features production work from Just Blaze (Cam'ron), DJ Premier (Common), Jelly Roll (tha Eastsidaz), and young West Coast producer FatWreck.

Snoop Dogg's last solo effort, 2000's "The Last Meal," peaked at No. 4 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 1.97 million units to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.