Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa have released a video for another soundtrack of their newly-released movie, 'Mac and Devin Go to High School'.
After releasing a preview earlier this week, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa drop a music video for "French Inhale" in full. The song is part of the soundtrack for straight-to-DVD stoner comedy called "Mac and Devin Go to High School" that features both rappers as the lead characters.
The first scene shown in the video is a shot of a woman striking a match on the spine of Snoop's infamous "smokable" book, "Rolling Words". Staying true to the theme of the song, the video also shows both rappers in a black room, smoking and not doing much else.
In the song, the rappers narrate experiences with the illegal substance. "S*** I've been smokin' since I was 14 years old," raps Khalifa in the first verse, while Snoop justifies his actions, "I know the in's and out's so Imma do what the f*** I like" in the second. The song also features Mike Posner in the chorus but he does not appear in the video.
"Mac and Devin Go to High School" itself is about Mac played by Snoop, a student who has been in high school for 15 years, and Devin played by Wiz Khalifa, valedictorian candidate and overall nerd. It follows their hijinks as Mac teaches Devin to lighten up and light up some blunts. The movie was released July 3.
Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa's "French Inhale" Music Video