After rolling out a few tracks individually, Snoop Dogg has finally liberated the rest of his fifteenth album, Neva Left.

Marking 25 years in the game, the hip-hop legend revisits his roots with a throwback album cover reminiscent of his Doggystyle days, showing a photo of him in 1992 standing standing beside a California State Route 187 road sign. However, the sonic thread of the album weaves through several decades of music by Snoop, which has understandably changed in sound throughout his expansive discography.

Along with KAYTRANADA and BADBADNOTGOOD on the previously-released “Lavender (Nightfall Remix),” the 16-track album also includes notable features from icons KRS-One, Method Man, Red Man, B Real and more.

Enjoy Neva Left below and to purchase a copy, visit iTunes.