Snoop Dogg to Release 'Smokeable Songbook' to Festival-Goers

'Rolling Words' will be introduced at Coachella

April 6, 2012 2:12 PM ET
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Snoop Dogg performs at SXSW in Austin, Texas.
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Snoop Dogg plans to release Rolling Words: A Smokeable Songbook, which will be printed entirely on hemp seed paper, Gawker reports. Naturally, non-toxic ink is used to print Snoop's "classic" lyrics and signature phrases. The book's spine is held together with a match-striking surface. Oh, and the pages are perforated.

Rolling Words is intended to promote Snoop's Kingsize Slim rolling papers. Fuse.tv reports that Coachella attendees will be among the first to try the papers from copies distributed at the festival. "What's My Name," "Drop It Like It's Hot" and "Gin and Juice" are among the song lyrics offered in the book.

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