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Snoop DoogNever one to shy away from his well-deserved reputation as a weed-head, Hip-Hop legend, Snoop Dogg, 40, has embraced it even tighter by creating a smokable song  made entirely of rolling paper, reports the Huffington Post.

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Promoting the combustible tome, “Rolling Words,” in a video, the rapper enthusiastically shares that the book is made primarily of hemp material, the pages can be ripped out and used as a smoking tool and the spine of the book is actually made of matchbox strike material. Everything you need to partake in a little greenery is at your disposable.

Lyrics to some of his classic songs, such as “Gin and Juice” and “‘Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang” are included into the book, as well as more current club anthems like “Drop it Like it’s Hot,” reports the Huffington Post.

Limited editions of the innovative book will be distributed at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, California on April 13-15 and April 20-22. Snoop is scheduled to co-headline the event with long-time friend and collaborator Dr. Dre.

The singer and record producer, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, has a long and storied history with marijuana.  He has been arrested numerous times over the last 10 years on various drug charges — ranging from marijuana to cocaine, reports Reuters. As recently as January, he was stopped by border patrol at a checkpoint in Sierra Blanca, Texas and arrested after small traces of the plant were found on his tour bus in a prescription bottle.

When asked about the motivation behind his latest endeavor, the Big Snoop Dogg’s answer was simple:

So people can always remember, you can roll with an expert or you can roll with Snoop.”

If nothing else — such as role model or rapper — has proven to be a consistent theme in his career, Snoop has held on his title as a connoisseur of America’s most popular recreational drug. Interested readers will definitely have “high” times reading — and smoking — this one.

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