Profane rapper Calvin Broadus, Jr., known as “Snoop Dogg,” has released an album entitled “Bible of Love,” which features a number of well-known performers of the gospel music industry.
While the project has been praised by many, others are speaking out, declaring that Broadus needs to be shown true love by being called to repentance as he has not shown any fruit and is presenting another Jesus that is all love and no judgment.
Snoop Dogg’s album, released on March 16, features songs such as “In the Name of Jesus” with October London, “Sunshine Feel Good” with Kim Burrell, “Come As You Are” with Marvin Sapp and Mary Mary, “Blessed and Highly Favored” with The Clark Sisters, “Call Him” with Fred Hammond, and “Change the World” with John P. Kee.
“I’ve got so much/To love God for/I love You for the cloudy days, yeah/For the stars you send my way,” one song happily reflects.
B-Slade, the artist formerly known as Tonex, who later came out as homosexual and embarked on a “Sex, Drugs and Sushi” tour, also appears on the album for several songs.
One tune he shares with Snoop Dogg, “Words Are Few,” includes profanity and the use of the “n”-word amid the admissions, “Why you hounding me in the house of the Lord?/Conscience, guilty/ … Ain’t no rest for my soul ’til I come clean/ … 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/When my words are few.”
Snoop Dogg, known for his numerous profanity-laden, drug-focused and sexually-driven songs such as “Aint No Fun (If the Homies Can’t Have None),” “I Wanna [Expletive] You,” “Sexual Eruption” and “Weed and Wax,” says that he dedicates the new recording to his late grandmother, who did not agree with his decision to sing secular music. He states that he “just wanted to make something to represent peace, love and happiness.” Full report on Christian News.