After trying his hand and reggae and disco-funk, Snoop Dogg is making a return to gangsta rap with this summer's Coolaid. His 14th (!!!) studio album is set to drop July 1 via Doggystyle Records, and includes collaborations with Jeremih, Swizz Beatz, Just Blaze and E-40.

The album artwork will please diehard Snoop fans, as it's a nod to the rapper's iconic Doggstyle debut release in 1993. It features Snoop as the classic dog cartoon surrounded by big-booty women, hood guys and little kids wanting to buy his "coolaid."

Last week, Snoop released "Kush Ups," the first single off the project that guests frequent collaborator Wiz Khalifa. While you wait for Coolaid's release, check out Snoop's recent SKEE TV appearance where he calls hip-hop "the biggest thing in the world":