Like My Weed by Snoop and Jane Hancock
Like My Weed by Snoop and Jane Hancock

Does the Cannabis Industry Have a New Anthem in 'Like My Weed' by Jane Hancock and Snoop Dogg?

Snoop Dogg's new album 'The Algorithm' features a new weed industry anthem.

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Lemon Knowles on Saturday Nov 6, 2021

There's a New Weed Anthem and Of Course, Snoop Dogg is Involved with Jane Hancock

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Snoop Dogg's forthcoming album, The Algorithm, has a weed anthem on it. This song, Like My Weed, which is already on several playlists around the world is from the multitalented Jane Hancock. You would have heard her name mentioned in the media at some point because the R&B singer has ghostwritten multiple jams over the years. Artists like the beautiful Kelly Rowland, and smooth Raphael Saadiq have songs written by Jane.


Like My Weed; A weed anthem to sing along to

This track is on track to become the weed anthem of this festive period. It is perfect for a weekend high. Its smooth groove is sure to have you aglow all day.

Some of the lyrics on the track say, "high as the condo/OG seasoned cilantro." At another point in the track, Jane can be heard singing that she likes her pot at every time of the day —morning and night. The track also includes rap lines of how she blows and she mentions "I think I left my wallet and lighter in El Segundo' somewhere on the song.

Choosing to come into the spotlight with this track couldn't have been a better decision. Everyone knows just how well Snoop Dogg has pioneered the celebrity cannabis influencer status along with other artists like Wiz Khalifa. As it stands she couldn't have chosen anyone better to back her in her journey to stardom. Jane's mellow voice made the song bang hard, if you're looking to have a good buzz with background music to cheer you on, then this track is just for you.


For The Ladies

This track is not just for the men, it is for everyone in the cannabis world-Especially the females who are just being recognized as a major target group for weed and its products. Women across the U.S. and even around the world are consuming cannabis at the highest rate than they ever have. Despite this, they have not been portrayed as authentic cannabis enthusiasts. The existing stereotype about true weed consumers is that they are men. While this stood its ground in the 1970s to early 2000s, women are beginning to turn this narrative around.


Snoop Dogg and Cannabis

A quick visit to the star's Instagram profile will show a series of photos, videos, and instareels where Snoop is either holding a stick or taking a puff.

The Algorithm is not the legend's first shot at having a weed anthem. One of the tracks in the project released earlier this year has Snoop rapping about how he smoked pot at the White House.

In the song titled 'gang signs', the 50-year-old rapper implied he sipped gin and juice while getting stoned with the former United States president, Barack Obama. The lyrics 'I bet you never blew with Obama' brought a lot of comments directed at both the former president and the "Drop It Like It's Hot" rapper.

Some figured the rap legend added the lyrics as a joke or to boost the pr for the released project. Before this jam, Snoop has also admitted that he had once gotten high in one of the bathrooms at the White House. This admission was gotten from the rapper during his interview as a guest on the Jimmy Kimmel show. Two months after releasing his 18th studio album, Snoop was appointed to serve as the executive creative consultant at Def Jam.


The Algorithm

Set to be released on November 12, the algorithm is a star-studded project that will also feature some new names. The big names in this project include Mary J Blige, Dave East, Benny The Butcher, Jadakiss, and Fabulous.

The major part of this album was recorded at invite-only studios in New York. The west coast legend said, "we created magic. Everyone did what they had to do for Algorithm to be as perfect as ever". When he had a vision for the album in mind, he involved his "guys and his girls" in Los Angeles to chart out how the project will be. When the album plans were presentable, he presented them to the team at his new home, Def Jam. In no time, the folks at Def Jam bought into his plans and shared in his excitement.

This project will be the musician's second album in 2021. This is the first year ever that Snoop will release two projects in the same year. In April he released From the Streets to the Suites.

Last week, the star who recently lost his mom hosted a listening session for his upcoming project. During the program, he appreciated his fans for the constant support and love that is still being showered on him during this time of grief. He said that the love he has felt throughout this period has strengthened him and made him feel good about himself and his late mother. He added that he's happy he can come out and witness the love instilled in him by his mother still given to him by his fans. He reiterated that he felt so special even in this trying period while thanking his fans wholeheartedly.

The party had some notable names in attendance. Music industry insiders and stars all assembled in New York City to appreciate good music. According to Snoop, the album is his way of giving his fans a feeling, rather than a mere sound. Right now the current trend tells music fans to rap or sound in a common way, but none tells the fans how to feel. The Algorithm is set to do just that.

The first single off the album was released some days ago. The track titled "Big Subwoofer" features Snoop Dogg, E-40, Too Short, and Ice Cube. All four belong to a group popularly known as Mount Westmore.


Last Words

Like my weed might join the list of the best weed anthems ever released by celebrities. Other jams on this list include Blueberry Yum Yum, The Next Episode (which also features Snoop), Mary Jane, and Wiz Khalifa's 'Still Blazin'. With Snoop Dogg solidly behind this jam, it's sure to be a classic weed jam.








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