Snoop Dogg goes from the church to the bedroom. Very recently, the rapper took a break from his new gospel leanings and returned with "Everything," an ultra-sultry new babymaker featuring Jacquees and Dreezy.

The new track finds the three artists floating over a sensuous instrumental as they lay bare their love for their significant others. Jacquees handles chorus, showcasing some ruthlessly smooth vocals in doing so. Then, it's Uncle Snoop who turns on the charm.

"So sweet, so rough, so tough, so bad/Get what you want, throw it in the bag/Stayed down with me even when I did wrong/That's probably why I'm singing this song," Snoop spits on the track.

For her part, Dreezy turns in a tight verse of her own, flaunting some pretty nice wordplay in a verse that blends in with the beat seamlessly. "He was getting money outta town (O.T.)/I was in the city 'bout mine/And I knew he was a dog, had to put him on pause/But it happened at the right time," she raps.

Ever the generous man, Snoop's also unveiled a dope new visual. This one's for "Words Are Few," a new gospel track that shows Snoop in his new arena as a gospel artist. The video for the track, which features B Slade, was filmed entirely in a church.

Check out "Everything" and "Words Are Few" for yourself below.

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