It’s always a good time when friends can get together for the Holidays and enjoy each other’s company. For Recording Artists Farruko and Bad Bunny, it’s all about the Kush when they call up Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott for the Music Video for the Rvssian produced “Krippy Kush Remix“! Directed by top Director Eif Rivera, the Artists go from moving bricks of the Kush, recreational smokes with friends, to a stand off with the Police. With Nicki Minaj (who plays dress up in this visual) and Travis Scott’s (who replaces 21 Savage) contributions to the remix, just play this at a high volume and watch the results. Big up to Producer Rvssian who has been making major moves in Latin America. 2018 promises to be even bigger when he unleashes some surprise collaborations. Get some “Krippy Kush” in your life, and check out the video below.
This goes out to all the Stoners, Steamers, and connoisseurs of the herb! Mandeville based Recording Artist DaSupreme wants us all to burn Babylon, one steam at a time on “How Yuh Mean“! Produced by DJ Crooks, DaSupreme speaks on the meaning of “steaming the herb” to him, being able to take his steam sessions anywhere, and chasing away those with a dirty heart and those who take hard drugs over a wondeful slow paced Reggae production that brings a vibe with every puff. The track appears on his debut self titled EP, and he promises that listeners will fully enjoy what he brings to the Reggae scene as he’ll cover an array of topics backed with amazing production. Check out the track after DaSupreme’s statement.
DaSupreme on “Steaming”
Steaming is the act of consuming Marijuana in one of its purest form; by inhaling the vapor. It has been around for many years but I was only introduced to it about seven years ago when one of my close friends started making steam chalices but in a modern and unique way. I started helping him to sell these creations by posting videos and images of these items on Instagram, and now his creations are used all over the world. Even rising Reggae star Keznamdi posted one of these one-of-a-kind steam chalices that was made specially for him on his social media. Therefore, doing the track “How Yuh Mean” was very organic to me because it has been such an impactful part of my life. As a Rastafarian, the act of steaming for me has a personal spiritual connection with a plant that is sacred to me and therefore is seen as a holy sacrament. Also, the instrumental was provided by frequent collaborator, DJ Crooks, who produced my previous 2 singles, and is also a Rastafarian, which gave the energy of the track a whole different layer. The song was written by me and recorded at my home studio in Manchester, Jamaica, while DJ Crooks mixed and mastered it.
Happy 4/20! If you’re unfamiliar with the 20th of April, then you definitely need to be outside more (haha). Every year Stoners celebrate the day of consuming enormous amounts of Marijuana. Coined in 1971 by “The Waldos” during their attempt to locate an abandoned Cannabis crop, the day is celebrated worldwide, and everyone is invited! To help your celebration, we’ve provided 11 weed songs that you’ve either never heard of before, or haven’t heard in a long time. Enjoy, and save a spliff for me!
1. Sizzla – Smoke Your Herb (2006)
2. Elephant Man x Mr. Vegas – Bun It (1999)
It’s Friday and that means it’s another ZJ West Remix! Today in our weekly “ZJ West Youngest Freshest Friday Remix” or “ZJWestYFFRMX” series, Recording Artist I-Octane gets a hold of the “Best from West” and ends up “High All The Time“! Taking Octane’s “Puff It” hit, West gets a hold of Tove Lo’s “Habit” and delivers an up-tempo version of Octane’s weed induced saga! Be sure to tune in every Friday for a new remix and catch ZJ West every day on Zip 103 FM! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s time for lift off! You’re now tuned in to the soothing sounds of Vanessa Bongo and the Notis HeavyweightRockaz as they bring a “Sensimilla State Of Mind“! Here Vanessa reaches for the herb as it’s the healing of the Nation, speaks on being above corruption and negativity at all times. She also adds that with so much going on in the world, one must enter that “Sensimilla State Of Mind” and meditate! With Notis providing the Instrumentals, not only can you rock away to this, but you can let it be the soundtrack for when you’re ready to roll up and light one. Free your mind and let the herb move you! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
The youngest Veteran Damian “Junior Gong” Marley recently stopped by Hot 97’s “Ebro In The Morning” Radio show. Hosted by Ebro, Laura Stylez and Peter Rosenberg, Gong spoke on his “Distant Relatives” collaborative album with Rapper Nas still being popular today, the Marley name still being a strong one, starting his own Medical Marijuana business with Ocean Grown Extracts, sharing his favourite songs from his father, his thoughts on Dancehall music today, being an advocate for the legalization of Marijuana in Jamaica and more. While “Distant Relatives” is still a popular album along with his solo albums and Ghetto Youths International compilations, I know fans are just waiting for the next solo project from the Gongzilla in January. Stay tuned. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.