Throughout his career, Snoop Dogg has toyed with a variety of sounds from pop to funk and reggae, but for the first time ever the West Coast emcee will be releasing a full-length gospel album titled Bible of Love.
Fans will get a first taste of the project when he performs at the 19th annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration this February.
The event will be held at the Benson Great Hall inside Minnesota’s Betha University Feb. 1. Snoop will be joined by gospel artist Tye Tribbett, The Clark Sisters, Faith Evans, and Rance Allen. Erica Campbell, Sheila E. Donnie McClurkin, and more will also perform at the gospel event.
This year’s concert will be hosted by NAACP Image Award®-nominated actress from HBO’s hit show Insecure Yvonne Orji, and gospel singer and star the OWN Network show The Book of John Gray Pastor John Gray.
“We founded this event to bring even more inspiration and celebration to one of the biggest events of the year – the Super Bowl,” says Melanie Few-Harrison, Creator & Executive Producer of Super Bowl Gospel Celebration. “Each year we aim to touch lives in a meaningful way and make the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration bigger than the last with artists and special guests. We look forward to kicking off Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis and making our mark as the best most uplifting event we’ve had in our 19-year history!”