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Rapper Snoop Dogg releases first gospel song

The American music artist, who's sold more than 35 million albums across the world, has teamed up with gospel artist B-Slade for the song titled Words are few.

Lyrics in the song include: "Things ain't what they seem, feeling Like I'm fooling me.

"I know God is calling me, I'm not where I'm supposed to be.

"Sitting here smoking trees, when I should be on my knees."

The song is the first from a new 'gospel project' he's been working on.

Speaking to Beats 1 Radio earlier this year, he said: "I'm working on a gospel album. It's always been on my heart.

"I just never got around to it because I always be doing gangsta business and doing this and doing that. But I just feel like it's been on my heart too long."

Fred Hammond is also expected to feature on the album.

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