The Flatbush Zombies drop their new "Still Palm Trees (G-MIX)" featuring Snoop Dogg just in time for 4/20 and to kick off their sping tour.

Flatbush ZOMBIES and Snoop Roll Up “Still Palm Trees”

The Flatbush ZOMBIES have sparked a new one with “Still Palm Trees (G-MIX).” It’s a pitched down version of the original “Palm Trees” from 2013 with some added percussion and new lyrics. Oh, and this one features Snoop.

The only shade they’re concerned with is the kind you’ll find beneath some plam trees waving in the sun. Of course it’s a weed metaphor, and the whole cut is dedicated to the greens, coming just in time for 4/20. “My team gets higher than the voice of Weeknd/ My chronic louder than what preachers and deacons be speaking (hallelujah),” raps Meechy.

Snoop is on his Lion wave at the end, praising the ganja as holy with lines like, “One thing about me and these trees/ We have an unbreakable bond/ We’re connected from the roots to the seeds, to the leaves, to the trees.”

As you fiend for your turkey-shaped spliffs and extreme hot boxing, just bump this. It’ll tide you over.

Flathbush ZOMBIES start their spring tour tomorrow in Colorado and Snoop will be at a gang of the stops. Peep the flyer below.

The Flatbush Zombies drop their new "Still Palm Trees (G-MIX)" featuring Snoop Dogg just in time for 4/20 and to kick off their sping tour.

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