Back again for our list of songs to get you in the right mood to relax.  This weeks list has some gems.  Enjoy. Smoke it if you got it!

1. Afroman – I Got High

Classic tale of too much weed being a bad thing. However, in weed’s defense, do we really think Afroman was going to do anything on that list?  Maybe he wasn’t high when he smacked the fire out of that woman.

2. Pharcyde – Pack The Pipe

 

3. D’Angelo – Brown Sugar

To the uninitiated this might seem like a love song.  And it is. About weed.  D’Angelo wrote a love song about weed for his very first single, then we all acted surprised when he got fat.

4. Rita Marley – One Draw

The video is pretty damned ridiculous, but the song is spectacular. “Hey rastaman, hey what you say
Give me some of ya sensei.”

5. Ray Charles – Let’s  Go Get Stoned

This is what it would sound like if your church choir was about that life.  They’re not, though, so this is as close as you’re going to get.

6. YG Feat. Kendrick Lamar – Really Be (Smokin N Drinkin)

YG and Kendrick connect on this track and let it all out.  If you have problems in your life light one and listen to this, at least you know you’re not alone.

 

7. Snoop Doog Feat. Willie Nelson – My Medicine

What happens when Snoop let’s other people write for him? We get a country song about weed.  Perfect.

 

8. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Californication

It’s not specifically about smoking, but it makes you want to blaze.

 

9. Method Man & Redman – How High

Duh.

10. Crucial Conflict – Hay

Hopefully whatever you have is better than “hay.” But if that’s all you got…smoke that shit!

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