Snoop Dogg recently released a gospel album and some didn’t think that was a good idea. Canton Jones mentioned that Fred Hammond, Al Green as well as other artists have done mainstream music and gospel. GRIFF believes the album is amazing and everyone should listen to it.
Snoop Dogg told fans that God is love so it shouldn’t matter if he is recording a gospel album. He poured his heart into the project and we should embrace it. What do you think about artists that do different genres of music?
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