Snoop Dogg leaves us speechless with his new “Words are Few” music video

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Snoop Dogg leaves us speechless with his new “Words are Few” music video

Snoop Dogg throwing up peace signs at a press conference.

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Snoop Dogg has surprised us all with his new gospel album, “Bible of Love”, which is very different from his previous works. He has already pre-released 5 songs from the 32 track album., but the whole album will be released March 16.

Snoop released a music video for one of the new songs, “Words are Few”, at the beginning of this month. “Words are Few” features B. Slade, a gospel singer who has ventured into dance, rap, and production.

The video was filmed entirely in a church. It shows Dogg, 3 chorus members, and B. Slade.  In the video Dogg talks about his problems, like smoking weed, and how he should be praying. How he raps in the song is different from other gospel singers, which shows that he will be a different type of gospel artist.

“People who are listening to his gospel album are now going to expect certain things out of him [because] it’s like an unspoken standard that people are looking for” said sophomore Mikayla McClary.

Dogg’s transition to gospel music will make him more accountable for his actions, and people will also expect more “child of god” actions.

“I think it’s just for the attention because he’s known for rapping about drugs and money. If he makes this album, he [probably] thinks that it’ll get him more fans to buy and listen to it” said freshman Ravyn Torres.

This different area of music that Dogg is currently exploring is somewhat hard for some people to understand. He could be trying to make a new life for himself, or just trying to get more money and fans.

Even though some people feel a little less optimistic about his transition in gospel, people will definitely still listen to it because it seems more relatable to the younger crowd.

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