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April 15, 2013  | by: Victoria Garcia
Flickr (Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer)

Flickr (Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer)

Snoop Lion seems to be changing a lot about his career lately, starting with his new name. But this time, the 41-year-old rapper will be hitting the world of soap operas.

It has been confirmed that Snoop will be writing and producing a new theme song for One Life To Live. He will also be playing himself for a few upcoming episodes for their web series. Looks like Snoop is doing some growing up.

Snoop won’t be singing the new theme song alone. He will get the help of young singer Iza Lach. I’m not sure One Life to Live should be having a hip-hop theme song to keep their fans around.

The soap opera was cancelled after 43 years but was picked up by an online network Prospect Park that will continue the show for its fans.

The CEO of Prospect Park, Jeff Kwatinetz, is excited about this random partnership. He said, “We’re thrilled to have the support of such an iconic artist, like Snoop Lion. To have him write and produce the theme song for this series and have the amazingly talented Iza Lach on board, is just incredible.”

I’m always interested things that Snoop Lion is doing but this really caught my attention. The series will be available on iTunes and Hulu on April 29th! I definitely can’t wait to hear the new theme song.

Will you be tuning in?

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