Snoop Dogg announced plans for the release of a film, and soundtrack alongside with Wiz Khalifa back in January, with the release of the song “That Good”, originally intended to be the soundtracks lead single. It was supposed to be set for a straight-to-DVD release on April 20, but was pushed back. Wiz Khalifa spoke on the soundtrack saying “It’s a real big deal because nobody’s done it like that as far as a veteran in the game, an OG, a pioneer and then the newest, youngest, most exciting dude in rap coming through, and really just giving people a complete project,” Wiz said. “I’m a fan of it, separate myself from making it, a huge fan of it. Can’t wait.” As far as the musical vibe of the soundtrack, Snoop described it. “It’s something to relax you and get you through the day; it’s some real good music. The music is quality, I don’t even have no title for it, as far as what kinda music is it, it’s centric, it’s …,” Dogg said searching for the right words before his partner-in-rhyme lent a hand. Snoop, and Wiz are the latest hip-hop figures to emulate the legendary Cheech & Chong, following in the footsteps of Redman, and Method Man who appeared in the 2001 film How High.
Edited by JTRaines92 on 24 Jul 2012, 10:58
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