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If P. Diddy can change his name and Willie Nelson can release a reggae album, why can't Snoop Dogg do both? The 40-year-old rapper formally announced today that he would be changing his name to Snoop Lion and abandoning rap to focus on reggae.

At a recent press conference, the newly-christened Snoop Lion described his life-changing visit to a Rastafarian temple while in Jamaica recording for his new album:

"I didn't know that until I went to the temple, where the High Priest asked me what my name was, and I said, 'Snoop Dogg.' And he looked me in my eyes and said, 'No more. You are the light; you are the lion.' From that moment on, it's like I had started to understand why I was there."



Snoop Dogg Lion is currently working on a reggae album titled "Reincarnated," which will be released alongside a documentary of the same name that will cover Snoop's recent career shift.

[news.com.au]

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I'd like to add "true/you/do" to the list, particularly from older songs.

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'Roar' is the first single from the anticipated release of Perry's fourth album, "Prism". In this newest endeavor, Katy is shedding her sugary, outlandish persona and adopting something darker. 'Roar' does have the twitter-verse in a tizzy due to it's resemblance to Sara Bareilles' new song Brave.

Re-defining yourself isn't easy, good luck Katy.

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