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After Rap, Here’s The New Musical Genre In Which Snoop Dogg Wants To Go

For some time, famous secular artists have been attracted to gospel music, provoking very mixed reactions among their fans. After the collaboration of Tasha Cobbs and Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg says he wants to get into gospel.


While her fifteenth album had just released, the star of American music announced that her sixteenth album will be a gospel.

At 46, Snoop Dogg has already explored several genres of music including rap, reggae and plans to try a new genre in 2018.

Showbiz: after Rap, here's the new musical genre in which Snoop Dogg wants to go


In an interview, the celebrity raised the big question of his future.

“I always wanted to try Gospel. This may surprise some people but all I have to say is get ready for gospel music in 2018! You know I’m always cooking something. I have new projects for you for the new year “; did he declare.

He has already formalized some names of his potential collaborators. “Faith Evans and I have talked a lot about it because she wants to work with me. Everyone I know, from Charlie Wilson to Jeffery Osborne, whoever wants it to move. We will do things well.

Showbiz: after Rap, here's the new musical genre in which Snoop Dogg wants to go

He also talked about his recent clip “My Last Name,” which was a tribute to his wife Shante Broadus.

“Boss Lady has been holding me back since the first day. She is always here for me and our beautiful children. This video was just a visual tribute to the love we have shared for decades.

Will he succeed in his new adventure? This is the question that remains unresolved


Written by How Africa

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