Snoop Lion roared a powerful message during his appearance on the late-night talkie 'Conan.' The Rasta-rapper performed 'No Guns Allowed' from his upcoming album 'Reincarnated.'

Backed by a gospel choir, lead by his daughter Cori B., Snoop Lion rap-sings about ending gun violence in the streets and spreading peace. "Let the music play / Me don't want no more gunplay / When the bodies hit the ground / There's nothing left to say / Me don't want see no innocent bloodshed," he chants.

The song, which also features Drake on the original version, will appear on Snoop Lion's reggae album 'Reincarnated,' due out in stores April 23.

Later in the show, Snoop Lion talked with Conan about a variety of things, including his distrust of Twitter. At first, the social networking website had him paranoid because people wanted to follow him. "I didn’t understand it. Everybody would say, ‘I’m following you! I’m following you!’ Like, where you following me to?" he tells Conan.

Now the veteran rhyme-slinger is embracing Twitter and posting pictures of himself in bubble baths.

Watch Snoop Lion's performance and chat with Conan about Twitter, manicures, and his many business ventures below.

Watch Snoop Lion's Interview on Conan

Watch Snoop Lion's Interview on Conan (Part 2)