By Steve Beard
It will be well worth watching the reaction to Snoop Dogg’s gospel album, “Bible of Love,” when it is released next month. Supporters and detractors of the world-famous rapper and music producer are sure to be in for a certifiable off-speed pitch delivered from the hip-hop legend. The 32-track double album will feature Faith Evans, Tye Tribbet, the Clark Sisters, and Rance Allen – as well as his mother, Beverly Tate, an evangelist. The album is scheduled to be released March 16th.
“It’s always been on my heart. I just never got around to it because I always be doing ‘gangsta’ business or doing this or doing that,” he said during an interview with Beats 1 Radio. “I just felt like it’s been on my heart too long. I need to do it now.”
Snoop Dogg attended the NFL-sanctioned Super Bowl Gospel Celebration at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota on Thursday, February 1.
“The record’s all about love from start to finish,” Snoop Dogg told the Bethel Clarion. “That’s the way you change the world, by putting love in it.”