12 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pairing the well-established O.G. with the much-buzzed-about new jack, Mac and Devin Go to High School finds Snoop and Wiz teaming up for 12 tracks of hazy rhythms and solid rhymes. On the soundtrack for the movie of the same name, the Long Beach and Pittsburgh representatives deliver an entertaining album loaded with breezy beats from a wide array of producers (Warren G, Jake One, Nottz, Exile, Drumma Boy) and solid features from the likes of Juicy J, Mike Posner, and Curren$y, plus Bruno Mars on the lead single, "Young, Wild & Free." The chemistry between the legend and the rookie is strong, and several of the songs (especially "I Get Lifted," "Let's Go Study," "Talent Show," and "You Can Put It in a Zag, I'mma Put It in a Blunt") are just plain outstanding.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pairing the well-established O.G. with the much-buzzed-about new jack, Mac and Devin Go to High School finds Snoop and Wiz teaming up for 12 tracks of hazy rhythms and solid rhymes. On the soundtrack for the movie of the same name, the Long Beach and Pittsburgh representatives deliver an entertaining album loaded with breezy beats from a wide array of producers (Warren G, Jake One, Nottz, Exile, Drumma Boy) and solid features from the likes of Juicy J, Mike Posner, and Curren$y, plus Bruno Mars on the lead single, "Young, Wild & Free." The chemistry between the legend and the rookie is strong, and several of the songs (especially "I Get Lifted," "Let's Go Study," "Talent Show," and "You Can Put It in a Zag, I'mma Put It in a Blunt") are just plain outstanding.

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