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Experts expect the legal cannabis market in the United States to top $30 billion in 2022. With more and more states legalizing cannabis , it seems like a solid projection. Such a lucrative and growing industry attracts all kinds of folks looking to start their own businesses — and some of those savvy folks just happen to be big-name celebrities.
In fact, between the marijuana industry and the equally up-and-coming CBD (Cannabidiol) boom, a number of celebrities are making a name for themselves as “cannapreneurs.” With this in mind, we’ve rounded up some of the most well-known budristas making a name for themselves in the cannabis industry.
Snoop Dogg has been an open weed smoker since long before recreational marijuana legalization spread across the U.S. However, once states started to legalize, the global rap icon decided to take his passion a step further by starting his own cannabis company, Leafs by Snoop. The company’s specialties? Cannabis flower, concentrates, and a range of edibles.
Launched in 2015 in Colorado, Leafs by Snoop was co-founded by Tweed, a subsidiary of the Canadian cannabis corporation Canopy Growth. Today, Leafs by Snoop is distributed through Canopy Growth and can be found in dispensaries throughout the U.S. and Canada. As a well-known weed connoisseur, Snoop Dogg is proud of the work he’s done to contribute to the now-booming industry.
Next up: Snoop Dogg’s pal, Martha Stewart. As you likely know, Stewart has been a champion of homemaking for as long as anyone can remember. Now, she has a new line of CBD wellness products to add to her list of accomplishments. Developed through one of the world’s leading cannabis companies, Canopy Growth, Stewart’s line offers gourmet CBD gummies, CBD oil, CBD soft gels, and CBD for pets. Made with 100 percent U.S.-grown natural hemp, her products hit the shelves in September 2020.
For Stewart, this business venture has more to do with well-being than making money. “CBD supplements are a simple way to enhance my own health and wellness,” Stewart said in an article on her site , “especially when it comes to managing the stresses of daily life.” The best part? Stewart has said the flavors of her gummy recipes take inspiration from what’s growing in her personal garden.
The country music legend, actor, writer, and activist Willie Nelson founded Willie’s Reserve in the state of Washington in 2015. This cannabis production firm uses cannabis grown from independent U.S.-based farmers in order to make its versatile selection of products, which includes flowers, edibles, and vape cartridges.
Thanks to the high-quality of his products and Nelson’s true-to-self American “Old West” branding, Willie’s Reserve is still going strong. On an episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in 2019, the now-87-year-old cannabis lover revealed that he has a unique position in the company aside from being its founder: Nelson is the “chief tester,” meaning that he tries all the products himself. “I haven’t run across any that I didn’t like,” Nelson told Fallon.
One of the largest cannabis operators in California, NorCal Cannabis, began working with well-known comedian and activist Chelsea Handler to develop three specific vape lines and one edible brand, all made with women in mind. Handler not only supports complete cannabis legalization, but she’s also a proud and outspoken feminist. For this reason, she wants to use her cannabis line to celebrate sisterhood and the benefits of cannabis at the same time.
Moreover, the comedian’s personal experience with marijuana influenced her decision to get into the industry. “It helped me get through some tough times, and it helped me get off sleeping pills,” she says in an excerpt on NorCal Cannabis’ website . “I now see it as part of my overall wellness regime.” In particular, she wants to help educate other women about the wellness potential of cannabis with her line and points toward responsible micro-dosing as a way to do so. Handler’s line launched in January 2021 and includes cannabis-infused beverages, pre-rolls, chocolates, and even a beauty mask.
Actor, director, and comedian Seth Rogen might be one of the most famous weed smokers in the world. This is partly because of the fact that many of his films heavily feature marijuana. Offscreen, he’s also been an outspoken pothead since his career began. Unsurprisingly, his expertise in everything cannabis led him to launch the recreational cannabis company Houseplant , which is a collaborative endeavor with Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth.
To Rogen and his partner Evan Goldberg, the company is more than just a way to sell cannabis flowers and original paraphernalia. It’s also a way to share their passion for cannabis with the world through education. Their goal is to be “the most thoughtful weed company in the world.” To that end, the website provides helpful and informative videos about cannabis. Furthermore, they use their platform at large to educate folks about the history of marijuana and to promote responsible weed use.
Actress Kristen Bell partnered up with Lord Jones, a trusted name and industry leader in the world of CBD, to produce her own brand of CBD-infused skincare products. Together, she and the founders of Lord Jones came up with Happy Dance , the name representing how much she loves the products they’ve created.
Bell says she had been using Lord Jones CBD products for two years before deciding to invest in her own line. It was the “quality, integrity, and consistency in all of the products” that impressed her enough to get involved. Happy Dance CBD skincare comes from hemp-derived CBD and is rooted in the self-care side of CBD. What’s more, Bell is devoted to ensuring her line is price-conscious, making it accessible to anyone who wants it.
In recent years, boxing icon Mike Tyson has opened up about the substance abuse issues that plagued his life for quite a while. He says marijuana was the medicine that brought him out of those addictions. In particular, Tyson firmly believes that the CBD in cannabis is a powerful antidote to opiate addiction.
His deeply personal relationship with marijuana led him to selling his own cannabis products through his company Tyson Ranch . Tyson Ranch packages and licenses flowers from esteemed growers, which means they’ll always be top-notch. His company’s packaging and marketing are also important in that they aim to ensure consumers are aware of cannabis’ potential benefits. That is, Tyson is committed to helping his customers find peace in marijuana use — just as he did.
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Snoop Dogg takes his rhythmically-complex lyrical delivery on the road once again!
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The TV personality and rapper Snoop Dogg is set to entertain devoted fans across the country, alongside fellow rappers, Billboard award-winner Wiz Khalifa and record producer Too Short. The 33-date tour begins in Vancouver and is set to conclude in California. Don't miss the 'High School Reunion' tour this summer!
Born Calvin Broadus, Snoop has been dropping it like it's hot since the early 90s when he hooked up with Dr. Dre to work on a film theme. In this three-decade career, he's released 19 studio albums, collaborated on countless others, and won more music industry awards than you could count on your hands and toes.
Cameron Jibril Thomaz, also known as Wiz Khalifa has released 8 albums, including his joint album with Snoop Dog 'Mac & Devin Go to High School'. His collaboration with Charlie Puth on the soundtrack 'See You Again' for the series Fast and Furious has won multiple awards including 'Teen Choice Awards'.
Todd Anthony Shaw, rapper and producer Too Short became well known within the West Cost Hip Hop scene. Since debuting he has dropped 21 solo studio albums as well as six collaborated albums. His 1988 album 'Life Is... Too Short' was so successful, it went on to become double platinum!
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The Doggfather is back on tour in 2024, and he’s teamed up with fellow rappers Wiz Khalifa, Too $hort, Warren G, Berner, and DJ Drama for the "High School Reunion" tour! They’ll be performing at White River Amphitheatre this July, and because tickets for this Snoop Dogg Seattle concert are on sale now, you can be there to experience the most talked-about show of the summer, live and in person.
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Calvin Broadus was born on October 20th 1971, and started rapping when he was eleven years old. Ten years after that he took the stage name Snoop Doggy Dogg to begin recording, and in doing so, changed the face of Hip-Hop forever.
There are more than a few artists around that it’s basically impossible to say anything new about. They have been so scrutinised, so celebrated and so criticised that most of what one can say about them has already been said before. This is very much the case with Snoop Dogg, one of the cast iron legends of Hip-Hop and one of the key influences that make it what it is today, both as a cultural phenomenon, and as (arguably) the dominant force of pop music in the world.
After his rapping caught the attention of Hip-Hop godhead Dr. Dre, the legendary producer gave the up and coming Snoop the exposure of a lifetime by featuring him heavily on his 1992 album “The Chronic”. The California, US native capitalised by releasing the following years “Doggystyle” and promptly became one of the world’s most successful, famous, controversial, and downright feared musicians overnight. Since then his image has softened slightly, he’s more likely to be seen in adverts for Hot Pockets than on trial for murder (as he was in 1996), but he’s diversified to a thrilling degree as a musician.
Not content with giving the world the best G-Funk it’s ever going to get with “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?” and “Gin and Juice”, he’s also given it some of its best straight up hip hop with the Pharrell Williams assisted “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and is still unafraid to tread his own path. His most recent reinvention, with a new name (Snoop Lion) and a new reggae sound on the album “Reincarnated”, sees him still going from strength to strength 22 years into his career. With a back catalogue like his, and a bright future to match, you can’t go wrong with the Doggfather himself, Snoop Dogg.
I was pretty worried that the concert might've been uncomfortable, as I'm a teen that went with their parents. Also, my mom isn't good at keeping her calm in situations surrounded by high intensity and tons of weed (which I guarantee will be at any Snoop concert). But it was the opposite of awkward. It was really fucking fun and people of all ages and backgrounds were there. We sat in the mezzanine, and even that far away from the stage it was high energy and a great vibe. HYPE Everyone was feeling the music and yes, there was shitloads of marijuana, even in a fancy theater venue like the Paramount in Seattle. But it's not overwhelming at all, even if you don't smoke. No one's aggressive or anything of the sort or passing judgement. Everybody's there to flip out over Snoop Dogg, dance, sing their hearts out, and have a good time. Snoop was so charismatic, captivating, and comfortable onstage. He never missed a beat or messed up his lyrics and put on a great show. I lost all inhibition dancing, and I'm usually self-conscious and anxious. Tons of fun. There were about five different groups opening, which lasted around three and a half hours (Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2). Snoop was up there for about an hour and a half. He finished with Young, Wild & Free and spoke about all the hatred in the world in its current situation and how his tour was all about empathy, peace, and love and to stay strong. It was honestly beautiful. The show closed with Bob Marley's jamming. My clothes and hair still smelled like weed the day after. Definitely a must-see.
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Thought the show was very entertaining! Snoop's got a great legacy and his story is definitely worthy of a play (and a movie as well, which we know will happen). Tamar Braxton was perfect as the Angel and WOW was really impressed with La Toya London's performance! Thought physically Lil JJ was too short to play Snoop but he very much acted the part and won me over. Oh and the visuals and sound effects were great too. Every time I heard gunshots I actually turned to make sure it wasn't real. LOL!!! So my only critique was it ran a little long, thought his story could have been told in less time. Other than that great job by everyone, cast, crew, the band.
Oh and forgot how much I despise the seating arrangement at Microsoft Theater. Rows are too long so if you're seated in middle seats you have to scoot by at least 10-14 people to get to your seat, annoying! Also people actually brought infants and small children. This is not a good place to bring children. Hire a babysitter! This along with the high ticket price, convenience charge, taxes and parking fees are probably why I will consider not going here again.
Okay, who doesn't love Snoop Dogg? Maybe my grandma, but otherwise, I can't think of anyone!
So, when I had the opportunity of a lifetime to see Snoop Dogg (and others) live I was more than thrilled. I was excited as I have ever been in my entire life. I felt like a kid on Christmas morning. Snoop Dogg is a legend in the rap world and he did nothing less than live up to that legacy during this show at Coachella.
He kept the audience involved in the show the entire time. There was not one dull moment, it was probably one of the best nights of my life. At one time, I swear he even looked right at me and pointed and winked at me. I almost died! I was so excited.
His music is well, Snoop Dogg's music and if you like it you love it. I enjoyed all the old school music that he played as well as some of the newer songs he has.
His performance was great. He had me smiling the entire time, I seriously couldn't believe I was seeing Snoop Dogg. Like, it was him, right there in front of me. I will never forget that night. One of the best ever!
Last night's snoop show was a blast !! We puffed puffed passed till we couldn't anymore cuz the show ended but The smooth dark chocolate rapper has done it again in Colorado showing us that his vital stamina and pure heart and soulkeeps him ahead of the pack !! Well since it was spoiled rasta Rosa's 4 th Snoopsy concert in 2016 I'll rate it #2 after the 420 concert with wiz @ Fiddlers Green in April I loved the old school feel with Bone Thigs and harmony it was like my cherry got poped again 18 years later took me right back to the Glorydays !!! Lol I love you Snoop I am your biggest Fan from Colorado. It's funny Snoop was talking about bucket lists last night and go sure smoking with the Dogg face to face blowing o's in each other's face is definitely on my bucket list ! Bring The wifey and Martha we will all get down ! Thank you Snoop for listening to yourself to be who you are you inspire the best of us !!!
Well, it was great to see him do so many hits, (and I actually really admired the athleticism of the 2 pole dancers on the stage). However, it really felt like he was phoning it in. The show was 1 long medley. I don't think he performed 1 song from beginning to end, and there was definitely a lack of energy on the stage. But, ya know what? My friend and I agreed; if anyone has earned the right to do that, it's him at this point in his career. Now, if I had paid $150 or $300 I would've been pissed and felt ripped off. But the for the $60 I paid, it was fine. We enjoyed the show, and I always enjoy going to the Concord in Chicago - it's a great venue: best acoustics anywhere, plenty of elbow room even for sold out shows, and plenty of bars with little or no waiting.
The overall show was 5.5 hours so it was good value from that perspective. Kudos to the long line-up. I've seen Snoop perform about 10 times. The good thing is that his overall stage presence was fairly long and he touched on many songs, albums and artists and he made a decent effort. The bad part is that he shortens all the songs by about half, to ensure he can cover more songs (which I think is fine), but also speeds the bpm of songs which makes them a bit disorienting to those that know the songs and lyrics. I didn't love the dancing girls personally but that is a matter of taste. Wow, since he stopped wearing Adidas, his wardrobe style ranking has sure dropped a quite a few levels! ; )
The quality of the Music was really poor.
we were on the third floor we couldn t hear anything.
and then we moved on the ground floor... It was little bit better but fuck come on..
the quality is much better during a hockey game...
About the artists.... hahaha... i cant say anything about redman et methodman cause we couldnt hear anything... Cypress was good and Snoop is over with his commercial music now.
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Show was great whole way thur cant wait till next show see you again what day I can remember is I saw you come through with a Letterman's jacket on and then you walk over to the side and you took it off in like a white tent and you came out on stage in the sweat suitthat CUZZ I was like oh my God he's going to be so hot and then I watched the whole way the whole show and I was like this dude didn't sweat at least one time LOL great show please come again.
The concert all the way around was so LIT
I have been to many concerts and I would have to say by far the best concert I have ever witnessed in my life. I can’t even say who was better Bone Thugz, Warren G and Snoop where all amazing !!! I am so happy that I was able to witness this concert and the storm going down in the back round just made the concert that much better !!
It sucked. Cypress hill was dope... if they promoted that snoop dogg and wiz were collaborating and performing together I would have never gone. It was garbage snoop should just stick to himself on stage and play his style of music. Don't waste your money on going. Unless u like that new style of "hip hop" than its perfect but if not than definitely don't waste your money
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