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Video: Snoop Dog Talks About ‘Bible Of Love’ On Jimmy Kimmel Live

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Snoop Dogg hits television in a blitz of appearances for his record-breaking No.1 gospel album Bible of Love (All The Time Entertainment / RCA Inspiration) kicking off the week with performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live that aired yesterday, Monday April 9th on ABC at 11:35 pm/10:35c. Snoop welcomes a range of special guests with him on  Jimmy Kimmel Live, featuring appearances by Charlie Wilson, Jazze Pha, Isaac Carree, Mali Music, Sly, and Uncle Chucc.

When asked why he created a gospel album, he said:

The world we are living in with all this violence and negativity, i just wanted to make something to represent peace, love and happiness

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Snoop Dogg will also appear on Watch What Happens Live later this week, airing Thursday April 12th on Bravo at 11 pm/10c. Snoop will then sit down with Steve Harvey on his syndicated talk show Steve, airing Friday April 20th (check local listings).

The 32-track Bible of Love album, lauded widely among critics, industry peers, and fans – continues to make a strong showing topping the latest gospel charts – where the album is No1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart, and No.1 on Nielsen SoundScan’s Gospel Total Consumption chart for the third week in a row. Delivering dynamic inspiration and messages of love throughout the album, with additional featured guest artists including Patti LaBelle, Faith Evans, Rance Allen, The Clark Sisters, B. Slade, John P. Kee, K-Ci, Tye Tribbett, Kim Burrell, co-executive producer Lonny Bereal, and more, Snoop Dogg also recently released the music video for the song “One More Day” (feat. Charlie Wilson).



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