You may find it odd that Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg are rapping about weed on a new track together, but sure enough that's exactly the case.

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Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa aren't at odds on their new track, but the lyricists draw the line at partaking in their recreational activities without chipping in. On the latest track from their forthcoming movie "High School," Snoop and Wiz retool Brandy and Monica's "The Boy Is Mine" and Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney's "The Girl Is Mine" into an ode to — what else? — their favorite environmental supplement. "The Weed Iz Mine" features both rappers boasting about their pot stashes. "I hear n----s talk about what they rolling up," Wiz spits on the synth-heavy number. "Smell what I smoke 'fore the bag open up." "This is church music, listen to the choir," Snoop raps. "To burn my kush you must use fire." Late last year, the veteran MC and the upstart lyricist announced they were teaming up for a movie and soundtrack venture called "High School." "We decided to go ahead and say, 'You know what? Let's do a movie and a
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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 Dogg said. "The people want to see the two generations come together where hip-hop ain't about old school and new school. 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.' "