Today DJBooth is proud to bring you a special collaboration between one of the game’s most seasoned emcees and one of its brightest prospects as Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa release That Good, the first offering off the soundtrack of their upcoming and as-yet untitled film. Over the serene sounds of producer Cardo, the rappers voice their love for (surprise, surprise) “that sticky green.” Snoop employs his usual breezy flow for the first verse, describing how he tends to the precious substance: “I nursed ‘em, sprayed down, no chemicals.” Following a catchy, theme-song style chorus, Wiz professes a similar love for the shrub but with a much edgier delivery. This song will serve as a memorable jingle for the duo’s upcoming movie, but not much else. To be blunt (see what I did there), we’ve heard it all before; but as always, we’ll leave the final verdict up to the Booth. With no release date scheduled for the soundtrack or the film, we can only guess what the cinematic future holds for Snoop and Wiz. Keep it locked.
Written by CourtlandHH on 01/5/11
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