Nothing like that good green huh? Marijuana has done so much for many over the years, and you’re missing out if you haven’t met that plant. Today, Recording Artist Kali Grn loves Ganja so much that he wrote a song titled, “I Love My Herbs“! Produced by Illtrax Records and featuring O.D., Rosh Rebel, and Rajaheim Nephilim, they deliver a song that all the weed connoisseurs can relate to. Just like you professing your love for a partner, or a family member, the herb is like that best friend that has been there in all stages of your life. With their combined sounds, you can’t help but keep this one on repeat. Share this one with a fellow Weed Connoisseur. You can even grab a copy to keep forever here. From Mobay to everywhere that Marijuana is loved, check out the track below and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
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.
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.
Following up to last year’s “H3ro’s Day“, Blvk H3ro is bringing his stash on 4/20 in the form of “THC” a.k.a. “The H3rb Connoisseur“. Featuring 7 tracks, H3ro’s “WeedP” is released just one year after Marijuana was decriminalized in Jamaica and promises to keep the Stoners feeling merry on their own version of Christmas Day. With Production from The Grei Show, BoomDraw, JLL, and a feature from Lord Leno, get ready for a project filled with Ganja anthems and the possibility of getting a high that’ll last a few days. Artwork by Abigail Titus. Roll one up, blaze it up, check out the “WeedP” below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In celebration of International Weed Day, more popularly known as 4/20, Blvk H3ro presents THC (The Herb Connoisseur), a musical project dedicated to the Holy Herb.
“It is a joy to share THC with my brethren in these times of Gideon,” says Blvk H3ro, “this project aims to satisfy the craving for upliftment and higher meds at this moment in our story”.
This eclectic collection of next-generation Jamaican music is released one year after the decriminalization of Ganja in Jamaica, but after decades of oppression for those defiant of the regime.
“THC will give you a different vibration and make you look at Herb differently,” he says, “too many people have suffered under the system and I forward in this time to bring a lickle joy, inspiration and creativity, so mek we bussweh!”
The Weedp has original compositions by Blvk H3ro and productions by The Grei Show, BoomDraw & Kone, JLL and Greatest. The project also features Lord Leno (son of Burro Banton). Majority of the project was recorded at Equiknoxx studios and additional mixing and mastering done by Shotta Biggs & Kris-Karz
Blvk H3ro now joins the ranks of his idols Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Sizzla Kalonji, and their diverse musical influences can be felt throughout the WeedP.
The THC Project will be officially released at Nanook, 20 Burlington Avenue, on April 20 (4/20) along with the exciting music video for ‘Herb’.
This goes out to all the stoners, the herbalists, and all lovers of the good green. Today’s new video comes from Austrian Dancehall artist Jami Dread. Titled “High & Frass” and directed by Daniel Hager and Trigger Vision, Jami speaks on his love for the herb and his experiences when enjoying it. Great visual, you get the feel that you’re in the same room with Jami Dread and his friends when they’re lighting up. The MillVibes produced single is now available on iTunes. What are your experiences like when smoking herb? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In recognition of 4/20, why not get some music to go with the enjoyment of the herbs? To help with that are the signees from Shaggy’s The Ranch Entertainment label, RSNY with their new mixtape. Titled “Irie High“, the Rockstar Society members Drugzzzy B, Remix, Yung Juggz and Cali Highhh all deliver to you some “high grade” stoner music. Recently they’ve remixed rapper Young Thug’s “I’m A Stoner” and Que’s “OG Bobby Johnson” so you know they’re all about the green like the people featured on their mixtape cover. It’s time to get high, check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.