Snoop Dogg dropped five new songs from his upcoming new gospel album Bible of Love on Feb. 2, according to Billboard. The album was curated by Snoop Dogg, and in addition to himself, features some top gospel singers, including B. Slade, Faith Evans, Tye Tribbett, Rance Allen, and the Clark Sisters.
Snoop performed at the 19th annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration in St. Paul, MN on Feb. 1. The rapper was the first secular artist who has been invited to perform at the event, according to the Bethel Clarion. The performance will be broadcast on BET on Feb.3 at 11 p.m., so fans around the country will be able to witness the performance.
The gospel album will be a 32-track double album, according to Rolling Stone on Feb. 2. Snoop Dogg released a video for “Words Are Few,” which was released as a single in September.
The video for the inspirational single “Words Are Few” was shot inside a church and features the rapper praying and singing with B Slade on the chorus and vocals. Snoop raps “When my words are few, 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,”
The Clark Sisters’ original song “Blessed and Highly Favored” was remixed with a more up-tempo beat for the album. The new gospel songs also include: Snoop Dogg on “Blessed and Highly Favored” featuring Rance Allen, “Saved: featuring Faith Evans & 3rd Generation (Bereal Family), and Snoop Dogg on “You” featuring Tye Tribbett.
The album, Bible of Love, will be released on March 16.