Snoop’s Gospel, A Promise Kept To Grandma
Snoop Dogg is set to drop the highly anticipated gospel project Bible of Love. Many wonder why gospel this time, and it turns out the project is a fulfillment of a promise. Snoop promised his grandmother, Dorothy Tate, that he would never forget where his blessings come from, and since music is his language, Bible of Love was born. It’s a full two disc set featuring music with The Clark Sisters, Rance Allen and Tye Tribbett, just to name a few.
Five songs, “Blessing Me Again” (featuring Rance Allen), “Blessed & Highly Favored Remix” (featuring The Clark Sisters), “Words Are Few” (featuring B. Slade), “Saved” (featuring Faith Evans and 3rd Generation), and Bible of Love’s first official single, “You,” which features Tribbett, are available to those who pre-order the album now. Also, the video for “Words Are Few” can be seen on Vevo-YouTube (smarturl.it/WAFVevo). Bible is available in stores everywhere on March 16, 2018
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