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Snoop Dogg's 'Cool-Aid' Album Is Stacked With Guest Features

By Sermon

Snoop Dogg returns on July 1 with Cool-Aid, his first full rap album in five years. In the time since 2011's Doggumentary Snoop allowed himself to have fun and experiment with the likes of Reggae (Reincarnated) and an album full of soft singing (Bush). Although the projects garnered some good reviews, neither sold particularly well. Surely Snoop understands that the people are looking at his raps more than anything, so Cool-Aid should help bring him back into music conversations.

The track listing for the album spans 20 songs, and features Wiz Khalifa, Too Short, Jeremih, Swizz Beatz, E-40, and more. Even though a song with Nipsey Hussle was teased, he's nowhere to be found on the album.

If you need more Snoop, he released non-album cuts "Late Nights," "Love Around The World," and "Top Down" in the last couple months.

1. Legend 2. Ten Toes Down 3. Don’t Stop (feat. Too Short) 4. Super Crip 5. Coolaid Man 6. Let Me See Em Up (feat. Swizz Beatz) 7. Point Seen Money Gone (feat. Jeremih) 8. Oh Na Na (feat. Wiz Khalifa) 9. My Carz 10. Two Or More 11. Affiliated (feat. Trick Trick) 12. Feel About Snoop 13. Light It Up (feat. Swizz Beatz) 14. Side Piece 15. Kush Ups (feat. Wiz Khalifa) 16. Double Tap (feat. E-40 & Jazze Pha) 17. Got Those 18. Let the Beat Drop (Celebrate) (feat. Swizz Beatz) 19. What If (feat. Suga Free) 20. Revolution (feat. October London)

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