US rapper Snoop Dogg is known for songs about drugs and women but he has now released a new gospel album.
Bible Of Love features 32 songs in total, with guest appearances from gospel artists including Fred Hammond, Marvin Sapp and Mary Mary.
Speaking to Beats 1 Radio last 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."
The music artist has sold more than 35 million albums across the world but these days is less a rapper than a multichannel entrepreneur and media personality.
The first track of the album was released in 2017 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."
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