In his legendary and iconic career, Snoop Dogg, has tried his hands at several other genres besides Hip-Hop. Most notably Reggae, when he temporarily changed his name to Snoop Lion and now Snoop is trying his hands at Gospel. First announcing last May during a promo stop at Beats 1 for his last album, Neva Left, his intent to release a full Gospel album, now we not only know the name, but the release date of the album as well. As The Doggfather detailed on Thursday that the album would be named, Bible of Love and released on March 16th via Snoop’s very own new gospel record label, All the Time Entertainment. With features from Faith Evans, B Slade, Rance Allen, Tye Tribbett and several others, Snoop released the first taste of the album Thursday as well with his very inspiring and very soulful, as well as surprisingly dope, feel-good new record, Words Are Few featuring B Slade. Premiered on Vevo, it sees Snoop hitting the church pews with Slade and catching his holy ghost, as they praise the lord. The record along with 4 others are available as insta-grat tracks when you pre-order the album here, which will also be a double album.