Snoop came out to honor his pal Willie Nelson and instructs the fans to buy the nonagenarian a blunt.
Willie Nelson invited fellow weedhead Snoop Dogg on stage with him to play a duet in honor of his 90th birthday.
According to Variety, the mind-blowing, sold-out, cross-cultural set was performed at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday, April 29, Nelson’s actual birthday.
The performance was part of a two-day tribute series that included Neil Young, Dave Matthews, Beck, Chris Stapleton, Miranda Lambert, Sheryl Crow, The Chicks, the Lumineers, Ziggy Marley, Miranda Lambert, Beck, Chris Stapleton, Tom Jones, Norah Jones, Bob Weir, Jack Johnson, Margo Price, and about 30 other acts singing 75 of the legend’s hits.
Kris Kristofferson, the singer, was also on hand, making a rare appearance for his pal.
Nelson took his time getting to the stage on Saturday, arriving three hours after the celebrations began.
Snoop and Nelson performed their duet on “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die.”
Snoop does not rap in this song. Instead, he sings with his pal, pausing to inquire, “Is anyone out there smoking tonight?” Mr. Nelson, roll one.”
According to the covering journalist, everyone pulled out their bud and began to blaze in less than a minute.
Check out some of the other songs the two have written together.
Check out some other songs the two have made with each other.