Wiz Khalifa Finally Gets His Shit Together on "Smokin' On"
Along with every other straight-to-DVD film, we've been ignoring Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg's upcoming buddy comedy, Mac and Devin Go to High School.
The movie promises to be a Cheech and Chong redux. We have no idea what the concept is other than getting high, potentially blowing up a chemistry lab, and giggling about it (their school is named "N. Hale"). But isn't Snoop a little old to play a high school kid?
On the other hand, so far the soundtrack seems a make-up present to Wiz's long-time fans, who grumbled "sellout" this spring when he released his fluffy, radio-ready Atlantic Records' debut, Rolling Papers.
The soundtrack will be released next Tuesday, the same day Wiz and Snoop's smoky mini-tour hits L.A. In the first track, "Young and Free," the friends make being a teenager seem far more blissed-out than we remember. Even though it's a breezy, stoner-pop number, Wiz finally seems to have gotten his shit back together.
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Yesterday, he continued that trend on the album's second single, "Smokin' On." Snoop features, of course, as well as Three 6 Mafia OG and recent signee to Wiz's Taylor Gang label, Juicy J.
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