Fans of 'Beautiful' and 'Drop It Like It's Hot' - two tracks firmly entrenched in the mid-2000s Top 40 Time Capsule - can rejoice. Snoop Dogg has officially announced his newest album will be "entirely" produced by Pharrell Williams, and no, not as Snoop Lion.

Billboard confirmed the news, which comes directly in the wake of his newfound Instagram feud between Iggy Azalea/Nick Young (thanks T.I.!). The new work comes after Snoop's recent move to Pharrell's newfound imprint I Am Other, working jointly with Columbia Records. I Am Other even teased the project earlier this week via Instagram, hinting at now confirmed guest spots from legendary singers Stevie Wonder and Charles Wilson.

Whether or not the move is a full departure from the possibly short-lived Snoop Lion project remains to be seen. Despite debuting at number one on Billboard's Reggae Album charts upon its April 2013 debut (16th overall on the Billboard Top 200), Reincarnated barely managed to surpass 50,000 total sales in the U.S. two months after its release. From all indications, the upcoming album will be more of a return to form. No specific release dates have been announced as of yet.