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This article was published on April 6, 2012

Snoop Dogg experiments with the future of print with smokable songbook [video]

Snoop Dogg experiments with the future of print with smokable songbook [video]
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Here’s something you can’t do with your Kindle; Snoop Dogg is set to put out a book of songs that is all set to recycle after you’re done reading it.

Since it’s Snoop Dogg, I’ll give you one guess on the suggested recycling method of “Rolling Words”, a songbook that is set to be released as a promotion for Snoop’s line of rolling papers, “Kingsize Slim”. That’s right, after you’re done reading along to Snoop’s beautiful words, you can use the pages to roll up your favorite wacky tobacky:

Print media is not dead after all:

Fo’ shizzle my nizzle.