Snoop Dogg – Neva Left (Review)

While making a killing as an entrepreneur, actor, filmmaker, talk show host, and youth football league host, uncle Snoop truly Neva Left. Along with all of these many en devours, Snoop Dogg is still able to drop a remarkable project, far stronger  in quality than many young rappers today.

At 16 tracks and about an hour in length, Neva Left is packed to the brim with quality in lyrics and production, primarily handled by legendary producers Battlecat and Rick Rock. Through in some guest appearances from fellow rap legends B-Real, Devin the Dude, Wiz Khalifa, Method Man, Redman, KRS-One, and Too $hort, and you’ve got yourself one hell of an album!

Don’t call Neva Left a come back. Just a firm reminder from the Doggfather that he will always sit as a symbol for modern gangsta rap. A few of my favorite tracks are “Moment I Feared,” “Swivel,” “420 (Blaze Up),” “Mount Kushmore”, “Vapors (DJ Battlecat Remix),” and most of all the summer time cool out anthem “Go On.”  Neva Left stays at a cold 4.5/5 PALMs!

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