The streets are buzzing over Snoop Dog's recent conversion to Rastafari and his reinvention as Snoop Lion the Reggae artist. Through his new personna, Snoop has released the song "La La La," produced by Major Lazer. And today, the "Reincarnated" documentary was released, highlighting Snoop's journey to Jamaica and conversion to Rastafari. While many Snoop Dog fans are thrilled with Snoop's personal and career move, top Reggae artist Sizzla has expressed his discontent by calling him out in a song. Sizzla's recent lyrics insinuate that Snoop's change is a mockery of Rastafarian faith.
Sizzla's reaction has raised eyebrows among the movers and shakers of the hip hop circuit. Many believe that Sizzla's views are unfair, mainly because a few years ago he was embraced by top players of the Hip Hop arena after being signed with Damon Dash, moving to New York and developing a quasi-Hip Hop swag. People are asking why can't Sizzla show Snoop the same love Hip Hop showed him. People, I really would love to hear your thoughts on this topic.