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Snoop Dogg Releases Smokable Songbook

Snoop Dogg Releases Smokable Songbook
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When it comes to the pantheon of cannabis culture pop icons, Snoop Dogg reigns supreme. Not only does the man smoke pretty much non-stop, but he also raps about weed, advocates for weed and to top it all off, he’s also a cannabis entrepreneur. In fact, he’s one of the most innovative weed businesspeople around. As evidence, consider Snoop Dogg’s smokable songbook. This mind-blowingly cool cannabis product is literally one of the dopest things we’ve ever seen.

Snoop Dogg’s Smokable Songbook

Snoop Dogg Releases Smokable Songbook

“Snoop Dogg Rolling Words: A Smokable Songbook” is pretty much what the name suggests. It’s a small book full of lyrics to some of Snoop’s most well-known songs. As Snoop Dogg himself put it in a promotional video: “some of my classic lyrics from back in the day.”

The small booklet includes lyrics to songs like “Nuthin’ but a G Thang,” “Gin and Juice,” “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and more. All the lyrics are printed in a font made to look like Snoop’s handwriting, so it’s almost like you’re looking at one of his actual notebooks.

While that’s already enough to make this is a super-cool book, that’s only half the story. The best part is that Snoop Dogg’s smokable songbook isn’t made out of regular paper. It’s all printed on rolling papers—but don’t worry, it uses non-toxic ink so you can confidently burn lyric after lyric.

Now you know why this is one of the dopest weed accessories ever created. But Snoop’s not done yet. When Snoop does it, he really does it. The cover of Snoop’s smokable songbook is made out of hemp and the spine is a match striker. That way you can spark up immediately after rolling your Snoop-lyric joint.

The Only Problem

There’s only one problem: this incredible product only had a limited run and it’s now basically extinct. Back in 2012, Snoop released his smokable songbook as a promo for a new line of Snoop-branded cannabis products.

Apparently, people who attended Coachella that summer were able to get their hands on these dope little books of rolling papers. But since then, they’ve pretty much disappeared.

Snoop is still at the head of an ever-expanding cannabis empire. Maybe the next product he comes out with should be a re-release of his smokable songbook. As far as we’re concerned, this thing would sell out instantly.

Check out the video Snoop made when he originally came up with the idea. Who knows, maybe enough popular demand will inspire him to put these back on the shelves.

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