http://assets-s3.rollingstone.com/assets/images/album_review/f5a959c7ffb4e6ddddfaf4bfa22d822677aa1f78.jpg Music From and Inspired by the Movie "Mac and Devin Go to High School"

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa

Music From and Inspired by the Movie "Mac and Devin Go to High School"

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December 22, 2011

Wiz Khalifa owes a lot to Snoop's heavy-lidded flow, so consider this soundtrack a debt repaid. The pair work a middle ground between the elder's G-funk and the younger man's woozy pop rap, but where Wiz delivers green/baked metaphors with an arriviste arrogance, Snoop is all about the Buddha (and sometimes also the ho's): "No sticks, no seeds/ Just Al Green," he raps. It's a sweet message: All you need is blunts.

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