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Snoop Dogg’s Gospel Album Tops Billboard – See Response To Critics & New Video

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FILE - In this March 20, 2015 file photo, rapper Snoop Dogg takes part in the "Keynote Conversation with Snoop Dogg" at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. Rappers Snoop Dogg and Macklemore and “Hunger Games” actor Josh Hutcherson will play in the 2015 MLB All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game on July 12 at Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park. The softball game will air on ESPN immediately following the Home Run Derby on July 13. (Jack Plunkett/Invision via AP, File)

Bible of Love – Snoop Dogg Gospel album top Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart


American rapper Snoop Dogg is coming off the release of his first ever gospel album called Snoop Dogg Gospel album which landed him Number 1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart last week.

Following the release, Snoop decided to come through this past Easter weekend and share the official video for his Charlie Wilson-assisted record “One More Day.” Directed by Dylan Brown, the video finds Snoop Dogg, Wilson and others joining a father in prayerful vigil for the recovery of his daughter who had overdosed on drugs, a story Charlie himself can relate to.

“I’m humbled by all the love and support for the album,” Snoop Dogg said of the project’s success. “I made this album to spread love and positivity around the world. I’m blessed and grateful to have worked on this project with some of my favorite artists, people who I truly admire.”

“Uncle Charlie has always been a big inspiration for me … his testimony and what he’s overcome. This project wouldn’t be complete without him,” Snoop said on their collab.

See video below:

TV One caught up with Snoop Dogg after his performance at the 33rd Stellar Gospel Music Awards and he sounded off about the criticism some may have about his merger into gospel music.

“The devil is a liar,” he said, when asked what he thought about people who were unhappy that a secular artist was making gospel music.

“I thought church was supposed to welcome sinners. If the church was full of saints, it wouldn’t be right. So, if you find somebody trying to find their way back home, the natural thing to do is be warm and welcoming, open your arms, and say, ‘Brother, we accept you for who you are and what you going through. Come as you are.

“We know you been doing wrong, you want to get right so we going to help you get right. We not going to throw stones at you when you trying to get right and welcomes back into the church house. That’s what’s running people away from church right now, as we speak.”

He then turns to camera, addressing viewers and says: “What about you? Have you checked your status? Are you going to heaven? Why are you judging me? How much have you done for the Lord?”

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