While Stoners united on 4/20, Recording Artist Leno Banton says everyday is 4/20 with “Ganja Phenomenon“. Produced by SNR, the “Ganja baby of the Original Ganja Baby” delivers a smoker’s anthem detailing the quality of herb he prefers, and makes a call for the Ganja Man over a very trippy production. How do you prefer your weed? Get a bag, a grinder, and prepare to take flight with the track below. Share your thoughts in the comments section.
After a short absence, DJ Fusion returns to excite your ears on 4/20 with Vol. 2 of his “Freestyle Chronicles” series. Featuring 30 minutes of some of the latest tunes with Fuse’s signature MCing (heard on his Radio show on Blaze876.com), it’s a great way to end your Stoner Fest, or amplify it! Turn the house into the club, get your liquor, grab your partner, and check out the Mixtape below. Share your thoughts in the comments section.
While Stoners will gather in fellowship for the Herb on 4/20, Rapper Chisom drops his long awaited “Melo EP“. Featuring 4 tracks and Production from Jake One, Cyan, Kazmi and more, Chisom is not only on a mission to be heard, but on a mission to help others. With the project selling through Bandcamp, proceeds from this will be in aid of underprivileged families and victims of circumstance, from NYC to Nigeria and beyond. While you indulge in some “Mary Jane“, check out the EP below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
You know Jamaicans would scoop this up. Comedian/Recording Artist Andrew Trabass teamed up with Dancehall Artist Khaos to deliver the “One Dance Remix” on 4/20! With Sean Alaric adding his Production to this, they give Drake’s hit single a a face lift as they bring the Dancehall tinged single home and added the Jamaican flavour. Is that Toian with the background vocals? Stan’ up inna big dance, rolling weed in my hands. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Not to be left out of the “4/20” festivities is BLVK H3RO with an ode to the herbs. Titled “Herb” and produced by Dennis “Greatest” Hamilton, H3RO throws in some falsetto and chill lyrics showing his love for the “Green Gold“. Shout out Lion Pride rolling papers and the finest Weed cultivated in Jamaica, for the contribute to the creation of many Ganja anthems. Smoke one to this by playing the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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