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20 rap songs inspired by weed to smoke to on 4/20!

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The annual weed-smoking holiday is upon us once again. Hip-Hop’s love affair with cannabis is nothing new. Cypress Hill dedicated numerous songs to the ganja and helped it go mainstream.

Artists like Snoop and Dr. Dre, Wiz Khalifa, and have made smoking trees part of their rap personas and it’s hard to find a new release without at least one reference to getting high.

Weed and Rap

Albums like The Chronic and Black Sunday married rap and weed together back in the 1990’s and the union has only gotten stronger with time. Good music and some good smoke are a winning combination. Here are 20 joints that how marijuana has impacted the culture over the years.

  1. Sativa – Jhene Aiko ft Rae Sremmurd

2. Hits From the Bong – Cypress Hill

3. Mary Jane – Scarface

4. Broccoli – Dram feat Lil Yachty

5. Dooby Ashtray – Devin the Dude

6. Crumblin’ Erb – Outkast

7. I Got 5 On It () – Luniz feat Dru Down, E-40, Humpty Hump, Richie Rich, Shock G, Spice 1

8. How High – Redman and Method Man

9. Smoke Break – Chance the Rapper ft.

10. Day ‘n’ Nite – Kid Cudi

11. Breakfast – Curren$y

12. Feelin’ It –

13. The Recipe – feat

14. Pass that Dutch – Missy Elliot

15. iBetiGOTSUMWEED –

16. Stoner –

17. Good Times – Styles P

18. Pack the Pipe – The Pharcyde

19. – James Joint

20. Medication REMIX ft. Stephen Marley, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign

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