Snoop Dogg has become so ingrained as a pop-culture personality that it's easy to forget he's still cranking out music on the regular. And while nobody is clamoring for his deep cuts, Snoop's singles have continued to permeate the public consciousness thanks to a willingness to evolve.

Snoop Dogg has become so ingrained as a pop-culture personality that it's easy to forget he's still cranking out music on the regular. And while nobody is clamoring for his deep cuts, Snoop's singles have continued to permeate the public consciousness thanks to a willingness to evolve.

Though his flow hasn't changed in two decades, Snoop has let the music around him transform with the times, dabbling in futuristic minimalism, synth-heavy throwbacks and more. The likes of "Drop It Like It's Hot" and "Sensual Seduction" ensure that his set Thursday at the Newport won't need to be an all-oldies affair.

Snoop has maintained musical relevance in middle age in part by letting other acts share or even steal the spotlight. The latest example is weed anthem "That Tree," which is essentially a sing-songy Kid Cudi track grafted into a Snoop Dogg song.