Evolution as an artist is often times what separates legends from the more mundane. After being heavily influenced by his experience in Jamaica – and his subsequent name change from Snoop Dogg to Snoop Lion – the LBC showman prepares his latest reggae-infused album Reincarnated. As part of the process, VICE followed Snoop to the island nation as he recorded various songs with backing from Diplo, Ariel Reichtshaid and Dre Skull of Major Lazer. Having grown tired of what rap provided him, the documentary reveals the rebirth and inspiration for his latest project.
Hip Hop legend Snoop Dogg teamed up with VICE on a spiritual journey to Jamaica, immerses himself in the Rastafarian culture and changes his name to Snoop Lion as he makes his first reggae album. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kirsty M (ca) wrote: Good horror would recommend. Thought provoking.
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