Bel Air, ca Gives First and Only Cannabis License to Rap Icon Xzibit

The princes of Bel Air finally have easy access to fresh cannabis after the ritzy Los Angeles neighborhood approved first and only dispensary license for a brand launched by rapper, actor and entrepreneur Xzibit.

Xzibit’s West Coast Cannabis (XWCC) opened its doors right off the 405 freeway at 641 N Sepulveda Blvd. last month and celebrated the launch on April 28 with a grand opening and 4:20 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony. Everyone in attendance left feeling like a winner after receiving 60 percent off all in-store premium cannabis products.


The hip-hop icon is so chill that he’s added a second leg to his Straight into Canada tour, with new dates in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Quebec and Ontario scheduled for this spring.

Joined on select dates by Xzibit, the rapper will kick off the new stretch of shows on April 23 in Victoria, BC. Xzibit will be joining Ice Cube in St. Catherines, ON at Meridian Centre (May 2nd), then he’ll move on to the central part of the country for a show in Quebec — Quebec City at Videotron Centre (May 5th) and two in Ontario: Ottawa at TD Place (May 4th) and London at Budweiser Gardens (May 7th).

Dr. Dre Gets Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame And Brings The Most Iconic Entourage

The founding N.W.A member and gangsta rap pioneer brought three of his own stars along, however, and was flanked at the ceremony by none other than Eminem, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent  and Xzibit.

The iconic producer’s early records with N.W.A and debut album “The Chronic” (1992) essentially put Compton on the world map. Later, he launched the careers of superstars like Snoop, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar.

“I’m incredibly grateful for your support throughout the years,” he said at the tail-end of his speech. “Most of us have grown up together and, at nearly 60 years old, you’re still rocking with me — and I really appreciate that. Thank you so much.” – Dr. Dre

Cannabis Meets Culture: Xzibit’s West Coast Cannabis Dispensary Opens In Bel-Air

This past weekend Xzibit opened his first dispensary in the city of Bel Air, Ca.

West Coast hip-hop icon Xzibit has embarked on an exciting new chapter with the establishment of Xzibit’s West Coast Cannabis dispensary in the upscale enclave of Bel-Air. This incredible venture sets the stage for a distinctive cannabis experience, catering to a diverse clientele seeking quality products and expert guidance in a luxurious setting.

The grand opening of XWCC on March 17th drew a notable crowd of friends and collaborators, including West Coast OG, pioneer, and Tha Alkoholiks group founder King T, as well as Grammy Award-winning producers Fredwreck and Focus.

“After being in the cannabis industry for over a decade and building brands that have become globally recognized, retail was always part of the plan but never really came together. Now being able to open XWCC with a strong like minded group of operators and owners, we have created an exciting new experience in the world of dispensaries. XWCC, is where culture meets cannabis, and the culture comes first.” -Xzibit


“I come from battle rap scene. When I first started on the West Coast it was very small clicks of emcees and we all used to go and do these battles. Or we would go to The Wake Up Show with Tech and Sway. These were the only outlets. There was no internet. In New York, they had different things, Lyricist Lounge, they had mixtapes, they had vibrant scene.” said Xzibit.

The he continued: “So, Eminem was very famous for going and being a battle rapper. Even when he spelled his name M&M like candy, he was so talented back then and he was grooming himself. So, everybody was doing the same thing, grooming themselves and you heard of him because he was a white guy with that much skill, coming to the scene was pretty amazing. When you met him, his reputation preceded him. I met him through that first. It was not like ‘oh we gonna work together and do all this stuff later’, nah. We both came from same kinda place. Once he came for Rap Olympics, he was ready to throw a towel at that time, but he was giving out tapes and one of the tapes from that battle got to Dre and Jimmy. And then they called him and the rest is history.” -XZIBIT