The much speculated and talked about story of Snoop Lion's metamorphosis to the Rastafarian faith will unfold in select theatres on March 15, 2013.
SHARE / Feb 2, 2013 09:00 am
Directed by Andy Capper of Vice Magazine, the close-up documentary ultimately will act as a means to whet fans, critics and well-wisher's appetite for the Reggae-laced album, executively produced by Major Lazer's Diplo, due later this year. However, the film is expected to give an adequate background for the surprising change in 40-year-old Snoop's career.
The film journeys from picking freshly grown herbs deep in the Blue Mountain Range and visiting Trench Town – meeting 65-year-old Bunny Wailer who shares his wisdom with the new Reggae singer and dubs him 'Snoop Lion' - to meeting and participating in varying Rastafarian traditions.