Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg have teamed up for the lonely stoner anthem and added to their list of collaborations with the arrival of “Don’t Text Don’t Call.”
The groovy tune hit streaming services on Wednesday (March 1) via Taylor Gang Entertainment to kick off March as Wiz and the West Coast legend trade bars about brushing off love interests who mistreated them.
“Next time we fuck please don’t call I got a new one that want to roll with me/Don’t text don’t call because I don’t want to see you tomorrow,” Khalifa warbles.
The Death Row icon echoes a similar sentiment about women attempting to use him for clout as a celebrity.
“Bitch I know you ain’t in love with me/If it wasn’t for my Doggystyle you wouldn’t even fuck with me/Cut her off, ain’t nothing to a G/Saw that punk bitch from across the street,” Snoop rhymes.
Listen to the track below:
“Don’t Text Don’t Call” comes as Wiz gears up for a sprint through the Midwest as part of his seven-city The Good Trip Tour alongside Joey Bada$$, Berner, Smoke Dza and Chevy Woods.
The trek kicks off on April 15 in Kalamazoo, Michigan and includes stops in Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Lincoln and wraps up at Colorado’s famous Red Rocks Amphitheater on April 22.
Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa also teased a sequel to 2012’s Mac & Devin Go To High School in the works.
“High school reunion comin summer 23 @wizkhalifa,” Snoop wrote in his post accompanied by a photo of him and Wiz in the studio together.
In his own Instagram post of the photo, the Pittsburgh native declared him and Snoop “the new Cheech and Chong” while using the hashtag “#highschoolreuinion.”
Mac & Devin Go to High School stars Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa as high school students Mac Johnson and Devin Overstreet, who bond over their love of getting high. The movie, which went straight to DVD and Blu-Ray, also features appearances from Mike Epps, Teairra Mari, Andy Milonakis, Luenell and Mystikal.
With Snoop and Wiz known for being smoking heavyweights, Boosie Badazz wants to put their lungs to the test and issued a smoking challenge to the duo to see who can last the longest when it comes to blazing.
“I WANNA DO A SMOKE OUT CHALLENGE WITH @wizkhalifa N @SnoopDogg let’s stream it for the world to see I THINK I CAN TAKE THEMwe all bring our strongest pack that we smoke We go 3 rounds with each different strand LETS GO OG,” Boosie wrote.
I WANNA DO A SMOKE OUT CHALLENGE WITH @wizkhalifa N @SnoopDogg let’s stream it for the world to see 😂I THINK I CAN TAKE THEM‼️we all bring our strongest pack that we smoke ‼️We go 3 rounds with each different strand‼️LETS GO OG
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) February 28, 2023
Wiz Khalifa reflected on his friendship with Snoop Dogg in 2018 by showing love to Tha Doggfather, who he hailed as a “mentor” figure.
“Snoop is my homie, my homie, my mentor, my partner, my brother. It’s always good to have him involved and coaching me on,” Wiz told Build.
“The main thing he always does is just make sure that I’m being myself. He’s like, ‘Wiz, you so awesome, you so cool, people love you so much. You don’t have to be like nobody. You don’t gotta be like Snoop Dogg, you don’t gotta be like this person, just always be Wiz.’ That’s the most important thing he always tells me.”