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Shyne gets his hair cut in a barber shop in the Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Mea Sharim in Jerusalem, November 12, 2010.

The New York Times recently revealed that rapper Shyne has changed his name to Moses Levi and has been living as an Orthodox Jew in Jerusalem since his release from prison last year. Shyne has been interested in Judaism since he was 13, but it was only while he was in prison that he started studying with a rabbi and observing Jewish law. But he's only the most recent in a long line of musicians to change religions — and radically change their careers. Here's a look at 10 of them.

 

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