Song features Tyrese and E-40 only on Amazon Music
Entertainment Icon Snoop Dogg released an Amazon Original “Grateful” featuring Tyrese and E-40. Only available to stream or purchase on Amazon Music, the song follows the release of Snoop Dogg’s No. 1 debut gospel album, Bible of Love (All The Time Entertainment/RCA Inspiration).
This year marks a monumental time in the legend’s career. On Monday, November 19th, Snoop will be receiving his Hollywood Walk of Fame Star. In addition to commemorating the legacy of the Icon with his Star dedication ceremony, Snoop is celebrating the 25th Anniversary of his debut and classic album, Doggystyle, which was originally released November 1993. Snoop Dogg’s first cookbook, Crook to Cook, also just hit shelves everywhere and shares the personal favorite recipes.
Released on March 16th, Snoop Dogg’s 32-track gospel album Bible of Love debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart and No. 1 on Nielsen SoundScan’s Gospel Total Consumption chart. Additionally, Bible of Love debuted at No. 2 on Billboard’s Top 200 Christian & Gospel chart, No. 2 on Nielsen SoundScan’s Christian/Gospel Digital Album chart, No. 3 on Billboard’s Top Christian & Gospel Album’s chart and has been streamed over three million times in its first week, which broke the previous record for a gospel album.
Vulture said, “Bible is a warm, wise survey of gospel music’s past, present, and possible future” while USA Today proclaimed, “Bible of Love is another argument in favor of Snoop’s impressive longevity, not just as a TV host… but as one of the most prolific rappers of his generation.”
Amazon Music listeners can listen to “Grateful” in the Amazon Music app for iOS and Android and on Alexa-enabled devices. In addition to the new track, Amazon Music listeners can access hundreds of Amazon Original songs and numerous albums featuring both emerging and established artists across a variety of genres, available to stream and purchase, only on Amazon Music.
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