Let’s jam out to another stoner anthem (whooo-oaaaah!)

by DGO Staff

Don’t smoke in silence. Tune into this playlist of epic pothead ballads to get in the mood for an excellent smoke sesh.

Are you feeling a little green around the gills? Do you have a case of the munchies that just won’t quit? Well, my friend, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve compiled a list of the most famous songs about cannabis that are sure to take you on a musical journey through the hazy world of weed. From reggae to rock, hip hop to psychedelic, these tunes will have you feeling like you just took a hit off the good stuff. So roll up a fatty, grab your headphones, and get ready to groove to some of the best stoner anthems of all time!

“Legalize It” by Peter Tosh (1976): Peter Tosh

Knew what he was talking about. Why keep weed illegal when you could be legalizing it and making bank? This reggae classic is a must-listen for anyone who wants to relax with a little ganja.

“Because I Got High” by Afro-man (2000):

This song is a cautionary tale about the dangers of getting too stoned. From forgetting to clean your room to missing a job interview, Afroman hilariously chronicles the many ways that marijuana can derail your life.

“Smoke Two Joints” by The Toy-es (1983):

Two joints are always better than one, right? This classic tune celebrates the joys of smoking weed and chilling out with your friends.

“The Next Episode” by Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg (1999):

Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg might not come right out and say it, but there’s no mistaking the fact that they’re talking about smoking weed in this song. Whether you’re blazing up with your crew or just vibing out at home, “The Next Episode” is a great tune to get you in the mood.

“Hits from the Bong” by Cy-press Hill (1993):

Cypress Hill knows how to party, and “Hits from the Bong” is their anthem. From the smooth flow to the dope beat, this song is a classic for a reason.

“Kaya” by Bob Marley (1978):

Bob Marley was a legend, and “Kaya” is one of his best songs. This ode to cannabis is all about relaxation, good vibes, and enjoying life to the fullest.

“I Wanna Get High” by Cypress Hill (1993):

Cypress Hill is back on our list, and this time they’re all about getting high. Whether you’re smoking a blunt, hitting a bong, or just enjoying a chill evening, “I Wanna Get High” is the perfect tune to serve as the soundtrack to your smoking session.

“Mary Jane” by Rick James (1978):

Rick James might be a little sleazy (OK, a lot sleazy), but he knows how to get down with some Mary Jane, and we’re here for it. This funky tune is all about indulging in your favorite herb and having a good time — and you just really can’t pass up the beat, especially when you’re stoned.

“Pass the Dutchie” by Musical Youth (1982):

Who says kids can’t enjoy a little marijuana? OK, OK, the law does. But Musical Youth is the exception to that rule, at least in this case, because they’re the musical geniuses behind “Pass the Dutchie,” a classic tune that celebrates the joys of sharing a joint with your friends.

“Gin and Juice” by Snoop Dogg (1993):

Snoop Dogg is back on our list, and this time he’s all about sipping on gin and juice and getting high. Whether you’re cruising in your ride or just chilling with your homies, “Gin and Juice” is the perfect tune to get you hiiiiiiiigh as a mother.

“Stoned Immaculate” by The Doors (1971):

Jim Morrison might be gone, but his music lives on. “Stoned Im-maculate” is a psychedelic trip that’s all about the creative inspiration that comes from smoking weed.

“Sweet Leaf” by Black Sabbath (1971):

Black Sabbath knows how to rock, and “Sweet Leaf” is one of their best tunes. This heavy song celebrates the joys of smoking marijuana and chilling out with your friends. Plus, who doesn’t love a little Ozzy here and there?

“Rainy Day Women #12 & 35” by Bob Dylan (1966):

This classic Dylan tune is famously known for its repeated chorus “Everybody must get stoned”, which was interpreted by many as a nod to cannabis use. However, Dylan himself has stated that the song is not actually about weed, but rather a protest against societal conformity. Nevertheless, the song became an anthem for stoners and was embraced by the counterculture movement of the 60s.

“Legalize Me” by Slightly Stoop-id (2018):

This song by the California-based band Slightly Stoopid is a straightforward call for the legalization of marijuana. Released in 2018, the song reflects the growing acceptance of cannabis use and the push for reform of outdated drug laws. Slightly Stoopid is known for their blend of rock, reggae, and punk music, and their pro-cannabis stance has been a staple of their lyrics and live shows for many years. The band has been vocal about their support for legalization and even started a cannabis-focused record label called Stoopid Records.

“Smokin’ on” by Snoop Dogg ft. Wiz Khalifa (2011):

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa teamed up for this catchy weed anthem. The song is all about smoking, with lyrics like “Roll another one, cause I’m winning” and “I got papers, let’s roll one, smoke up”. The music video features the two rappers indulging in massive joints and hotboxing a car. It’s safe to say that Snoop and Wiz know a thing or two about the subject matter.

“We Be Burnin’” by Sean Paul (2005):

This dancehall hit features Sean Paul singing about the joys of smoking weed. The chorus repeats the line “We be burnin’ not concernin’ what nobody wanna say” while the verses describe the different strains of marijuana and their effects. The song was a big hit and even landed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

“Roll It Up, Light It Up, Smoke It Up” by Cypress Hill (2000):

This classic Cypress Hill track is — you guessed it — all about smoking weed. Who’da thunk it, what with Cypress Hill being at the helm and all? The song is an epic stoner anthem and features lines like, “I’m higher than a kite, I’m gettin’ lifted tonight” and “I got my weed and my brew, and my crew, we can smoke enough to fill a room.” The group has long been associated with cannabis culture and has even launched their own line of cannabis products.

“Just Another Day” by Too $hort (1992):

This weed-centric song by rapper Too $hort is all about the everyday life of a stoner. The chorus repeats the line “Just another day, livin’ in the hood, just another day around the way, feelin’ good,” while the verses describe smoking weed and hanging out with friends. The song is a classic of the West Coast hip-hop scene and has been sampled by many other artists — and if you’re a good stoner, it’s on rotation on your playlist right now. Yes, that’s a hint. Go add it.

Well, folks, we’ve reached the end of our journey through the 20 most famous songs about cannabis. Hopefully, you’ve discovered some new tunes to add to your stoner playlist, or at least had a good laugh at some of the classics. Remember, music and weed go together like peanut butter and jelly, mac and cheese, or Cheech and Chong.

So next time you’re toking up, why not turn up the volume and let these tunes take you on a trippy ride? And who knows, maybe one day we’ll be singing about federally legal weed and celebrating with a whole new set of tunes.

Until then, keep on blazing and grooving to the sound of these timeless stoner classics.


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