Alternative Medicine, Music

We can all smoke rapper weed now

words by: Kai Acevedo
Feb 13, 2021

More and more rappers are now getting high off of their own supplies and now us fans can partake too. Since rap stars like Snoop Dogg, and many, many others could be credited with helping to break stigmas attached to smoking weed, it only makes sense that hip-hop heavyweights are continuing to venture off into the cannabis industry.


They’ve used marijuana to come up with timeless lyrics, inspire classic album titles and now grow their empires. According to the Wall Street Journal, the pot business is booming and will continue to do so. The financial publication projects that the U.S.’s $20 billion marijuana industry will be worth more than $70 billion by the end of the decade.


As weed becomes legal in more and more states, hip-hop hustlers known for embracing weed culture have put their support behind emerging cannabis brands, introduced unique pot strains and launched marijuana-focused media platforms. Jay-Z is even creating a $10 million investment fund aimed at funding minority entrepreneurs and diversifying the growing weed market. Discover, explore and get lifted with the assistance of these hip-hop hitmakers and their rapper weed brands.



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