Snoop Dogg stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote his 15th studio album, Neva Left. It’s been less the 24 hours since Snoop released his October London-assisted single  “Go On,” the 45-year-old veteran stopped by Kimmel’s show to perform the strip club anthem “Trash Bags.” He also gave a donation to the hospital that saved the life of Jimmy Kimmel’s newborn child and revealed his top three favorite rappers of all time. Snoop’s top three consisted of Slick Rick, Ice Cube and himself. Snoop and Cube have worked together plenty of times in their historic careers, while Snoop also repurposed the 1985 Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick record “La Di Da Di” for his own classic cut, Doggystyle‘s infectious “Lodi Dodi.”

You can check out footage of Snoop Dogg’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! appearance below. Neva Left is scheduled to drop this Friday, May 19.