Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa have teamed up again for another dope smokers’ anthem, “Kush Ups,” which will appear on Snoop’s upcoming album, Coolaid.
The video premiered via Merry Jane — Snoop’s recent cannabis and culture venture — and finds the two rappers trading tokes and bars amidst fabulous cars and beautiful women. Among the many potent pot rhymes in “Kush Ups” are Snoop’s clever lines that stay true to the title’s exercise theme, like opener, “Tae bo, five, four, three, two, one / Workin’ out, cheefin’ up,” and the quick-hitter, “Get my lift on while get my spliff on.”
“Kush Ups” marks Snoop’s second offering from Coolaid following his performance of “Fireworks” on Jimmy Kimmel Live last week. Along with Wiz Khalifa, Coolaid will feature collaborations with Jeremih, Swizz Beatz, Just Blaze, E-40 and more. It’s scheduled to arrive in July via Snoop’s recently relaunched Doggy Style Records.
Coolaid also marks Snoop Dogg’s first straight rap album since 2011’s Doggumentary. Over the past five years, the MC has made forays into reggae (Reincarnated), funk (7 Days of Funk, with Dâm-Funk) and, most recently on Bush, Pharrell’s special brand of neo-disco and soul.