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Snoop Dogg Releases First Video From His Upcoming Gospel EP ‘Bible Of Love’

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It was last year while visiting with Beats 1 Radio that Snoop Dogg revealed that his next album would be a Gospel record dedicated to his faith.

“It’s always been on my heart, man,” he unveiled. “I just never got around to it because I always be doing gangsta business or doing this or doing that. I just felt like it’s been on my heart too long. I need to do it.”

Staying true to his word, the veteran emcee, who has seen his fair share of reinvention in years past has officially begun to usher in this new chapter, previously making an appearance at the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration alongside Gospel recording artists like Tye Tribbett and The Clark Sisters, all set to appear on the project.

Most recently, he’s dropped off the first deliverable to come of his forthcoming Bible of Love in the form of a music video for the 32-track double album’s closer, “Words Are Few.”

Featuring B. Slade, the video isn’t lacking thematically as Snoop sings out his transparent lyrics: “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.”

The project, slated for release on March 16th can be pre-ordered here.

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AFRICAN AMERICAN CHURCH IN BUCKHEAD, ATLANTA TO CELEBRATE 150TH ANNIVERSARY ON APRIL 28

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One of the oldest black churches in the nation, New Hope AME Church will honor their legacy with a celebration including music, performances and special guests

A national treasure based here in Atlanta turns 150 years old this month. New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church, one of the oldest African American churches in the country, will celebrate its 150th anniversary during a special Sunday service on April 28 at 11:00 a.m. in their sanctuary located at 3012 Arden Rd NW, Atlanta GA 30305. The all-white attire celebration will include a number of special guests, performances and a keynote sermon from Bishop Reginald T. Jackson, Presiding Prelate of the 6th Episcopal District of the AME Church. Nestled in the heart of Buckhead, New Hope is led by Pastor David F. Richards III and First Lady Linda Richards. The origins of the church date back to 1869 when recently emancipated African Americans began gathering to worship at “camp meetings” at the New Hope Camp Ground. The congregation continued meeting there until 1872, when they were given land by a white Buckhead farmer named James H. Smith, who willed three acres of his property for a church and school for “colored persons.” The church members subsequently built a tabernacle on the property which stood until 1965. The property’s original church building was built sometime prior to 1900. The congregation continued to work as farm laborers and servants for white families in the area and lived in small neighborhoods in the vicinity. In 1927, the original church building on the property burned down. The current building’s basement was built the following year, while the new sanctuary was not completed until 1936. Across the street from the church is a 1.86-acre historic New Hope Cemetery containing dozens of graves. In 2009, New Hope AME Church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places along with the cemetery located across the road. “We are so excited to commemorate 150 years of history, fellowship and community at New Hope at our upcoming anniversary event,” says Pastor Richards. “We are a small church with a big heart and we represent the little-known legacy of African Americans in Buckhead. We invite everyone to come out and celebrate with us on April 28 and experience the warm spirit that has kept this church together for almost two centuries!” For more information on New Hope AME Church, visit newhopeamechurch.org.

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