A few weeks ago (31.8) Canadian cannabis company "Canopy"Canopy, one of the world's top three cannabis companies, has registered a new trademark," Chronic By Dre. "
The mark was officially registered by Canadian medical cannabis company "Tweed"(Tweed), which is a subsidiary of Canopy, Which cooperates Also with the Dutch medical cannabis company Bedrocan, the Dutch seed company Greenhouse and the famous cannabis seed genetics company DNA.
Following the move, industry estimates that the rapper and the famous musical producer Dr. Dre (André Rommel Young) on his way to market a new brand to line Cannabis products in his name, in cooperation with the Canadian company.
Further strengthening of the assessment that this is an official joint venture with Dr. Dre is the fact that Knofi is already conducting official cooperation with the cannabis brand of Snoop Dog, "Leafs", which has long entered the field and manages alongside the brand also an online magazine called Mary Jane and more.
Dr. Dre is very much associated with the culture of cannabis and in many of his songs the use of the plant is mentioned, for example in the "Chronical" masterpiece produced in collaboration with rappers Snoop Dogg and Warren G.
In addition, "Chronik" is also a particularly strong nickname for cannabis. After appearing in several of the songs of Dre and Snoop Dogg became a brand in itself.
Dre is named the first billionaire in hip-hop after Apple bought the company he founded, Beats, which markets speakers and headphones, for 3 billion.
Since Kanofi would not have risked registering such a brand in the name of the doctor without being involved in it, it is estimated that he is also behind the move.
At the Registrar of Canadian Trademarks Written Because the trademark "Chronic" represented products of cannabis, plants, seeds, flowers, oils, capsules and stickers, as well as smoking products, beverages, fashion products, cosmetics, jewelry and more.
The rapper himself declined to give an official response to journalists' inquiries regarding the new trade mark.
However, after the publication of the report and when it became public, Canceled Knopie asked for the trademark when it became clear that Dr. Dre had not given permission for the move.
The most famous singles of Dr. Dre are 1996 California Love with Tupac Shakur, Still DRE from 2000 with Snoop Dogg, About 2000 About Dre from Eminem, and The Next Episode from 2000 with Snoop Dogg.
In 2017, a new documentary series, "The Defiant Ones," was published, which follows the work of the Dr. throughout the years of activity.