Booth readers, do you enjoy burning herb? Well, you may like to smoke, but you can be damn sure you ain’t smokin’ what Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are Smokin On. The latest single off the kush-loving tag-team’s Mac & Devin Go to High School soundtrack, this cut finds the twosome gloating about the self-evident fact that their bud is far superior to any strain that you or I are likely to hit in our lifetimes. Over Drumma Boy‘s instrumental, a street-ready affair that builds from stark synth-percussion verses to a brass-fortified chorus, the Pittsburgh young gun and the West Coast elder statesmen attempt to describe the potency of the sh*t they’ve been toking on. Three 6 co-founder Juicy J goes above and beyond the call of duty on his closing verse, incorporating the Mary Jane into a potent cocktail of intoxicants: “I done popped a pill and hit the lean behind it / Where my mind? Somebody help me find it.” Fans can find this smokers’ anthem and many more blunted bangers on the Mac & Devin soundtrack LP, due out December 13 and pre-orderable now on iTunes.
Written by richard on 12/6/11
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