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"Snoop and Wiz, the new Cheech and Chong/ We up in smoke, making street schemes/ Smoking sticky green, having sweet dreams," Snoop raps on 'That Good.' Both rappers equally tradeoff on verses while talking about smoking "no sticks, no seeds, just Al Green." This isn't the first time the OG and Pittsburgh-bred emcee have teamed up on a track. Snoop appeared on the remix to Khalifa's hit 'Black and Yellow.'
The track is a big deal considering both rappers have albums coming out this year. While Snoop clocked in time with Swizz Beatz to work on his 11th album, 'Doggumentary Music,' last year, " Khalifa will be dropping his debut studio album. His previous success comes off the heels of his 20-track 'Kush and Orange Juice' mixtape, which made The BoomBox's year-end list. Back in September Khalifa revealed he was eying a Snoop collaboration for the effort, so this is definitely not the last we've herd of hip-hop's Cheech and Chong.