If you old school West Coast beats and rhymes are what you need to get your relax on this holiday weekend, Snoop Dogg has just what the doctor ordered. After a detour into reggae, Snoop’s 14th album puts him back in his original LBC pocket, with 20 chilled-out tracks featuring a galaxy of guests, including Swizz Beatz, Too $hort, E-40, Suga Free, Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih and Trick Trick.
The OG opus, which dropped a few days earlier than expected, features “Revolution,” a smoldering, soulful take on Gil Scott-Heron’s “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” featuring October London, the snarling “Let Me See Em Up” with Swizz and the social media funk attack “Double Tap” with fellow West Coast legend E-40 and Jazze Pha.
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Snoop celebrated the album’s release last Friday with a party at Sam’s Hofbrau in Los Angeles where fans got a first taste of his first release in five years.