There are three things you can count on in life. Death, taxes and Snoop Dogg ruling the pop landscape. It's been that way since the wiry West Coast hip-hop icon first released his 1993 landmark multi-platinum debut, 'Doggystyle.'

Now, with the March release of his upcoming album 'Doggumentary,' Snoop is headed back to his smoked-out roots. News has already been circulating about his new stoner comedy, 'High School,' an April 20 film that also features current rap star-in-the-making Wiz Khalifa, whose 'Black & Yellow' is riding high as a top 10 hit on the Billboard singles chart. According to Wiz, working with Snoop was a dream come true.

"It's been great," Wiz tells PopEater of his planned screen time with the Doggfather, who is also featured on the Pittsburgh rapper's all-star remix for 'Black & Yellow.'