After being involved in the vaporizing community for almost a year now it’s not hard to realize how much of an influence that the hip hop culture has on the scene. When most people think of hip hop they picture money, big chains, girls and of course marijuana. Among other drugs, cannabis is one of the more popular and stereotypical associated with the genre. As a result, there’s no surprise that vaporizers are also popular within the urban community as well.
Right away you’ll notice that there are even vape brands associated with rap artists. One of those in particular is the Snoop Dogg G Pen made by Grenco Science. Grenco Science manufacturers a few different styles of Snoop Dogg branded devices and pens, which are extremely popular within the urban scene.
Off the top of our heads we can’t name any other branded units from rap artists. Although, there are quite a few other brand names that many artists like Eminem, Royce Da 5’9, and a few other underground names swear by every time.
These brands include:
The PAX – Recognized as one of the best vape pens on the market. They just released an upgrade which has pretty much fixed all of the pitfalls of the first PAX. (Read a full PAX 2 vaporizer review when you visit this link – Snocotra.com – PAX 2.)
Dr. Dabber – Used by many artists on the scene, but mostly by oil and wax based users. Since most artists love to keep it simple and stick to the green, it’s not as highly requested.
Grasshopper – Still not on the market yet, but could be a dream pen for anyone looking for ultimate stealth. It actually looks like a pen and heats up faster than anything we have seen before.
Dry herb pens are not the only style that are most sought after by the urban scene. Wax, oil and concentrates are also highly regarded as well. As a matter of fact this style of pen is said to provide a higher potency and a stronger high vs a dry herb pen.
To learn more about the differences of oil and dry herb vape pens, be sure to follow the link below.