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[Video] @itsVain #ImGone

Weed, Loud, Gas, Pot, Grass, Ganga, Blunt, Reefer, Marijuana, Cannabis, 420, Chronic, Mary Jane, Gangster, Rope……

It has many names and just as many highs! Can you relate?

4/20 is National Smokeout Day!

Some consider it the day to celebrate smoking weed while others consider it the day to stop smoking tobacco.

VAIN commemorates this pot lovers day with his “I’m Gone,” Video which takes a spin off on the Cult Classic Friday!

VAIN takes you with him as he goes on a way out trip on some particularly potent Chronic! VAIN along with videographer/director Elroy Isaacs collaborate to give you some trippy visuals teamed right alongside some tricky cinematography, all WITHOUT the help of Green Screen, in Vain’s newest video “I’m Gone.” It’s a real Trip!

Check it out below!!


[Video] @ItsVain Opens for Snoop Dogg in Cali

VAIN has toured  and performed with many of Hip Hop’ s Greatest. Earlier this year he toured and collaborated with the Late Great Big Kap before his death. “Ain’t No Nigga Like Me,” which is featured in this Live Performance footage , along with Vain’s new hit single “Hello” was a personal favorite of Big Kap’s.  So much so that he performed it live on stage with Vain and that rare performance footage is featured in VAIN’s  “Ain’t No Nigga Like Me,” Video.

With VAIN’s new single “Hello” at #84 on the Urban Mediabase Chart and climbing, VAIN has been touring and performing extensively this year.   He performed both songs in his set when he  opened up for Yo Gotti at Club Moon in Tallahassee, Florida this year. A Highlight of Vain’s Music Career was when he opened for Snoop Doggy Dogg himself at the Catalyst Club in California recently. Check the Footage of Vain’s Snoop Dogg Opening Performance which features both the hit single “Hello” and “Ain’t No Nigga Like Me.”

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Twitter: @itsVain
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Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Sued Over Fence Collapse

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are being sued for egging on concert-goers just before a railing collapsed at one of their concerts.

Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Sued Over Fence Collapse

The two artists are being sued by 17 attendees, who claim they were injured when the fencing collapsed during “The High Road” tour in Camden, New Jersey, on Aug. 5, according to TMZ. Snoop and Wiz reportedly yelled “Everybody in the motherf——g grass, bring your a– down here,” just before the fencing broke, according to the lawsuit.

Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Sued Over Fence Collapse

The victims claim that by shouting that line, the pair ignited the stampede, which caused concert-goers to fall about 10 feet onto a slab of concrete. Nearly 40 people were hurt at the waterfront amphitheater event and several people were hospitalized after the collapse. One victim says that he suffered a fractured spine, the gossip site reported. Attendee Katie Colbridge tweeted that the mishap occurred when the duo switched stages. “A pile formed,” she tweeted. “It was when Wiz and Snoop came to the lawn on the smaller stage.”


Railing Collapses At Snoop Dogg And Wiz Khalifa Concert

Friday night, during Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg’s performance at BB&T Pavilion, one of two New Jersey stops on their The High Road Tour, a railing separating the crowd from the stage area gave way and sent a sea of fans crashing one on top of the other.

Railing Collapses At Snoop Dogg And Wiz Khalifa Concert

“People started piling on top of each other and just started running,” Katie Colbridge told NBC. She watched the incident happen from an adjacent crowd section at the concert. “All you see were tears going down their face. You could see friends holding on to each other, like clenching, like making sure that all their people were there.”

Railing Collapses At Snoop Dogg And Wiz Khalifa Concert

Once Snoop and Wiz realized what happened, they cut the music. The two rappers were ushered off the stage and security immediately went to work trying to calm the chaos and help the injured.