Wiz Khalifa grabs a seat on DJ Skee’s infamous white couch for the latest episode of AXS TV’s SKEE Live. The Taylor Gang rapper got a special surprise from one of his favorite childhood cartoon characters as DJ Skee decided to bring out Leonardo from the Ninja Turtles. Take a look as the life-size character came out bearing gifts like Pizza and a joint for the rap superstar.
Snoop Dogg recently made a visit to Bishop Don “Magic” Juan’s radio show, The Don Juan Show, for an exclusive interview. Marijuana and pimping were appropriately the topics of discussion as the Doggfather opened things up with dropping his philosophy on what he feels is the best method in keeping children informed about the greenery. Take a look as Snoop explains the importance of timing, leading by example and educating children in the home before the world can have the chance to corrupt them. The conversation eventually took a turn when Bishop Don Juan decided to bring up his favorite topic, pimping. The Doggfather took the opportunity to speak on his film Bossin’ Up, the rule of pimping and admits that he fell in love with a few of his hoes in the past.
The Doggfather recently crossed paths with pop singer Rihanna a few days ago while out in the Dominican Republic and decided to let her partake in a smoke session. Riri partied the night away with best friend Melissa Ford as Snoop Dogg hit the stage to showcase his skills for his fans out in Punta Cana. Taking to her Instagram, Rihanna uploaded some photos of herself chiefing on what appears to be a blunt for all of her followers to see. The singer is currently on the final leg of her Diamonds world tour.
Snoop Dogg recently made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live and was able to perform some of his new music off his upcoming collaborative album entitled 7 Days Of Funk. However, the Long Beach native also took the opportunity to partake in a short segment dedicated to the following night’s special guest which turned out to be Al Gore. Here’s the clip that was aired on television from Kimmel’s latest episode which showcases Snoop’ asking a marijuana and science inspired question for the politician.
Street Heat TV catches up with Styles P and Jadakiss during a studio session and captures an enlightening conversation between the two rappers on the differences between Haze and Sour Diesel marijuana. After Jadakiss admits he considers himself more of a Haze kind of guy, Styles proceeds to convince the raspy voiced MC that he’s missing out because Sour is where it’s at. Needless to say, the back and forth between the two LOX members is pretty comical and lighthearted.
KiD CuDi turns up the energy at Rock The Bells 2013 in San Bernardino with “Marijuana” and “Memories.” Take a look as Cudder puts it down for the fans at San Manuel Amphitheater and gets the party going with his upbeat performance.
West Coast Hip hop veteran B-Real visits Snoop Dogg on the latest episode of GGN. Bearing potent herbal gifts for the boss dog, B-Real discusses a number of topics like the early days of Cypress Hill after the soundtrack release for the film Juice, his favorite strains of weed, smoking out Bruce Willis and Oliver Stone and much more. Snoop also talks about hooking Larry King up with weed and closes out another episode out with having B-Real participate with his Finish This Sentence segment.
ScHoolboy Q links up with B-Real TV and talks weed and wax. The TDE member talks about Soul Assassin OG and explains why he prefers backwoods over papers. Q also shares his opinion on dabbing and says he occasionally partakes in dabbing when he’s around people like Action Bronson. Before calling it a wrap, the Blackhippy member even crowns himself as the biggest smoker in the game.
There’s only one thing to do when you hear a smooth ass cut like this and that’s to grab a pack of raws, break down the OG and roll an appropriate sized joint for the vibes that are sure to commence. MMG rapper Rockie Fresh delivers his latest ode to weed and his favorite girl with “Kush Do” and brings Wiz Khalifa along for a fitting feature. The blazing track (pun intended) finds both artists in a familiar and comfortable zone and highlights their talent for serenading the ladies over weed infused melodies. Play on players.
Lets face it, a Snoop Dogg cameo isn’t a real “Snoop” cameo without a little bit of that California’s finest. In the Dogfather’s fourth and final appearance on One Life To Live, the rapper/reggae artist’s character attempts to offer some helpful advice to another young character who learns he’s going to be a father. During the middle of the conversation, Snoop decides to reach into his pocket and pull out a pre rolled blunt filled with the stickest of the icky and offer up a toke to go along with his words of wisdom.