Snoop Dogg has been always been very public about his adoration for a certain recreational herb.
Fellow rapper and Pittsburgh native Wiz Khalifa shares the same affinity for said substance, which is why those two have made for logical bedfellows on wax; in fact, their tag-team effort on “The Weed Iz Mine” is one of the great underrated hip-hop tracks of 2011.
The smoke-friendly pair have dropped their latest collaboration, a summery track called “Young, Wild & Free” that also features Bruno Mars crooning a sweet nostalgic hook.
According to the still screen on the YouTube video delivering the song, “Young, Wild & Free” is the first single from the soundtrack to a forthcoming film called Mac And Devin Go To High School that should be out some time early next year.
Kick back and fire up “Young, Wild & Free” after the jump.
It’s a shame this is coming so late in the season, because this track has “song of summer” written all over it. Do you think artists ever consider stuff like that? Had “Young, Wild & Free” shown up in May, it could have been a graduation anthem for stoners everywhere.
What do you think? Sound off in the comments!
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Review: Wiz Khalifa, Rolling Papers