Las Vegas' Dizzy Wright released his 2012 debut album SmokeOut Conversations on 4/20, but the rapper attests that he makes more than just music to smoke to. The inspiration behind the release is actually extremely personal. During a show in Detroit, he met his father — who spent 20 years in jail shortly after Wright was born — for the first time. To ease tensions the pair smoked and talked, talked and smoked. That experience left Wright with the title and theme for the album. Since then, Wright has released a number of strong records, the latest of which is Nobody Cares, Work Harder. He brings a tour of the same name to The Club at Stage AE.