Snoop Dogg's Album Art For 'Neva Left' is Giving Off 'Doggystyle' Era Vibes

A trip down memory lane.

Snoop Dogg has had many personas throughout his 25 year rap career. From gangsta, to P.I.M.P., to Snoop Lion, to Uncle Snoop, now the West Coast rapper is going full circle, back to basics on latest album Neva Left.

On Tuesday (April 25), Snoop took a trip down memory lane with his new album cover, which gives off serious throwback vibes. The cover features a young Calvin Broadus, back in the icon era when he broke on the hip hop scene with his debut album Doggystyle. We see the rap legend standing in front of a California State Route 187 sign.

Snoop, who is currently on his 2017 Mount Kushmore Wellness Retreat Tour featuring special guests Wiz Khalifa, Cypress Hill, Method Man, and more. He also recently dropped a single "Promise You This." He plans to gift avid fans who pre-order the album his smoker-friendly single "Mount Kushmore," featuring Redman, Method Man and Cypress Hill's B-Real.

Pre-order Neva Left here, before it officially releases on May 19.

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