It’s no secret that musicians enjoy weed. It’s even a bigger known fact that rappers love to boast about their marijuana use. This usually leads to endorsements of specific products or a rolling papers. With vaporizers the next best thing to consume cannabis, rappers have been striking deals with different vape manufacturers to get their names on these devices.
A Few Words About Vaporizers
Although not everyone has gotten into vaporizers yet, they're definitely growing in popularity. The benefits of vaping over smoking are undeniable. It’s time for a change and vapes are leading the way.
Vaporizers come in different shapes and sizes. They have varying features, materials and heating methods. The most efficient devices use convection heating, in which the air around the herb heats up and transforms the active ingredients into vapor.
Five Rappers Who Have Vape Products
• Action Bronson: There’s no denying the New York native is into everything pot. From smoking weed to dabbing and even cooking, he’s become one of the most iconic weed rappers. Bronson has several shows on Viceland, including F*ck, That’s Delicious. He’s teamed up with Grenco Science on the Micro G Pen. It sells for $69.95.
• A$AP Rocky: The New York rapper has partnered with Kandypens on their Flacko Jodye Collection. The device’s gold mouthpiece, walnut finish, chocolate brown leather case and A$AP monogram on the ceramic bowls makes it an automatic collector’s item. It costs $148. “A$AP Rocky is truly a tastemaker of our generation in both music and fashion," says Graham Gibson, president and CEO of KandyPens. "So we were thrilled when he wanted to work with us on creating a vaporizer set for the future, while at the same time capturing a classic style. We are thrilled at how this project turned out and can’t wait to see what he comes up with next."
Curren$y: In 2015, Kind Pen released its limited edition Mint Condition vape device in conjunction with the Louisiana rapper. Its green color mimics his 1964 Impala.
Snoop Dogg: The Snoop Dogg G-pen line by Grenco come in three sizes: The Original, Pro and Elite (from $49.95-$89.95). SoCal native Snoop was the first celeb to jump on the vape pen bandwagon. You can fill up his pens with flower created by Leafs by Snoop.
The Weeknd: In 2015, the Canadian rapper/singer teamed up with Pax on a custom Pax 2 portable vape. It has an all-black exterior shell, The Weeknd’s “XO” logo and plays his song, “The Hills.” Pax co-sponsored his “The Madness” tour.