Snoop Dogg has never been afraid to branch out and try different things. In 2013, he stepped outside the box to reinvent himself to Snoop Lion and released a Reggae based album, Reincarnated. Then later in 2015, he joined forces with Pharrell for his project BUSH which was influenced by funk and disco.
The iconic Hip-Hop figure released his fifteenth studio album Neva Left independently through his Doggystyle Records this Friday but is already planning his next one. During a recent promo stop on The Pharmacy show on Beats 1 radio, Snoop told the hosts that he’s now working on a Gospel album. He mentioned names like Faith Evans, Charlie Wilson and Jeffrey Osborne who will be involved in the project, and promises to “make it right”.
Watch the clip below. Will you be checking for a Gospel album from Snoop? Let us know your thoughts.