Gauging from the comments right here on HipHopDX, Snoop Dogg and K Camp’s “Trash Bags” wasn’t exactly the direction longtime fans wanted to hear from Tha Doggfather on his fifteenth studio album, Neva Left.

The Brody Brown-produced “Go On” falls in align with some of Snoop’s more breezy selections such as “Let’s Get Blown” or “Set’s Up.” Backed by a multi-layered instrumental as October London belts out an enchanting chorus, Snoop paints vivid imageries of backyard barbecues, pool party seasoning and more vibes than a sex toy.

Neva Left hits the scene this Friday.

Listen to “Go On” up above.