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Reincarnated (2012)

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Hip-Hop artist Snoop Dogg changes his name to Snoop Lion, travels to Jamaica, immerses himself in Rastafarian culture, and produces his first reggae record.

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Hip Hop legend Snoop Dogg teamed up with VICE on a spiritual journey to Jamaica to reflect on his past career, including his failures, loves, regrets and losses. With this journey, Snoop intends to reincarnate himself as a Pop Reggae artist by immersing himself in Rastafari, exploring musical and religious histories deeply rooted in Jamaica. His pilgrimage begins with a jaunt to a mountain-side ganja farm run by Rastas, revealing the underbelly of the Jamaican drug market. Snoop then heads down to the troubled areas of Trenchtown and Tivoli Gardens; revealing a neglected ghetto population and rampant police brutality following the exile of drug lord Chris "Coke" Dudus. Snoop also stops by the famous Alpha Boys School for an impromptu jam session. A school which has seen countless Reggae musicians pass through its youth orchestra. Snoop allows unprecedented access to his inner-workings as he makes his new album with Diplo and Angela Hunte, author of the smash hit song Empire State Of ... Written by VICE Staff

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Rated R for pervasive drug use and language, and some sexual content | See all certifications »

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Pleasantly surprised by honest portrayal of Snoop's journey
8 September 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I went to see this at TIFF2012 with a free voucher as I thought "I'm going for a laugh, I'm not spending money to see this" and I came away thinking, wow - I would spend money to see this. It was an honest journey of Snoop Dogg, told through his eyes and it is clear that he is searching for something ... did he find it in Jamaica? Did he find it through reggae? Does anyone ever find it? The Q&A after made me see that behind all the facade and bling - Snoop is an intelligent man who just wants to love and be loved ... and make music ... he understands the power that he has in terms of his followers. I highly recommend this documentary and not just to marvel at the weed smoked, the views of Jamaica ... but as a redemptive journey of this artiste.


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