New Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg Track A Laidback Joint

The green-friendly collaboration, 'Young, Wild & Free,' will appear on their DVD/album project, 'High School.'

Relax, everyone. That's the message Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are delivering on their latest number, "Young, Wild & Free," which recently popped up on the Web.

The track is the second offering from the pair's forthcoming collaborative DVD movie and accompanying soundtrack, "High School," which is scheduled for an April 20 release.

"It's like I'm 17 again, peach fuzz on my face," Snoop raps on the keyboard-heavy production. "Look it, on the case, trying to find the hella taste/ Oh my God, I'm on my chase/ Chevy, it's getting kind of heavy/ Relevant, selling it /Dipping away, time keeps slipping away/ Zipping the safe/ Flipping for pay, tipping like I'm dripping in paint/ Upfront, four blunts like Khalifa put the weed in the J."

Wiz joins in on the hook, harmonizing, "So what we get drunk, so what we smoke weed/ We're just having fun, we don't care who sees."

The green-friendly track is slated to appear alongside "That Good," their first co-release, on the "High School" project. Previously, Snoop had joined Wiz for the remix to the upstart's breakout hit "Black and Yellow."

The veteran rapper and the young MC have been compared to each other because of their lanky physical presences and their laid-back musical vibe.

Late last year, Snoop and Wiz hunkered down in a studio to record together and, as a result, the duo decided to do the joint project.

"We decided to go ahead and say, 'You know what? Let's do a movie and a soundtrack and just become, you know, bosom buddies and do what we do 'cause we love what we do and we love each other and at the same time we know what the people want,' " Snoop told DJ Skee in January during a SiriusXM interview.

"The people want to see the two generations come together where hip-hop ain't about old school and new school, Snoop continued. "It's just about good music and making good moves and putting something out there that's classic where people can respect it and say, 'Yeah, so now, this was some gangsta sh-- that really made hip-hop gradually grow to another level.' "

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