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Posted on Tuesday, November 24th, 2020

I never boned a honey that I didn’t like
I never saw a mile that I couldn’t hike
I never had a spliff to make me choke
I never had a pocket that was broke

  • 1991
  • A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
  • black sheep
  • dres
  • girls
  • money
  • weed

Posted on Monday, November 16th, 2020

Nigga this is personal, you can’t get no whiff of this
I rolled this shit myself and Imma smoke it til the end of it

  • 2010
  • Curren$y
  • Return to the Winners Circle
  • weed

Posted on Wednesday, November 4th, 2020

I rolls two spliffs, so now I guess I’m double jointed

  • 1993
  • das efx
  • straight up sewaside
  • weed

Killer Mike (Run the Jewels) • “Oh Mama” • RTJ3 • 2016

Posted on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020

I smoke the holy herb, get high as hell and meditate.
Swear to God, shit’s so good…fat boy’ll levitate.
God’s gift to man, how the fuck they try to legislate?
Mom’s, she recovering, tell me I overmedicate.
I tell her, “Holy fuck, Jesus Christ, give me a fucking break!”
She said, “Don’t curse your mama, goddammit,” and threw a dinner plate.

Killer Mike, “Oh Mama,” from Run the Jewel’s RTJ3, 2016

  • ATL
  • el-p
  • God
  • humor
  • killer mike
  • rtj3
  • run the jewels
  • South
  • weed

Posdnuous (De La Soul) • “Smile a Lil’ Bit” • 2006

Posted on Saturday, September 19th, 2020

You need to smile a lil’ bit, frown a lil’ less.
Read a couple of books, and then smoke a lil’ sess.
Get your mind right, but don’t OD,
Cause overdoin’ it ain’t doin’ it with quality.

– Posdnuous of De La Soul, “Smile a Lil Bit,” from Oh No’s Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms, 2006

  • 2006
  • de la soul
  • east coast
  • exodus into unheard rhythms
  • Long Island
  • new york
  • oh no
  • philosophy
  • posdnous
  • weed

Posted on Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

Smoke good, fuck, eat, drink.
Drive nice car, wear all green mink.

  • 2015
  • action bronson
  • alchemist
  • brooklyn
  • Cars
  • east coast
  • food
  • liquor
  • new york
  • sex
  • sincerely mr. wonderful
  • weed

Posted on Monday, July 6th, 2020

Blow out your speakers, roll some more loud;
That’s the sound of the reefer, I think my parents is proud.
Thank my fans in the bleachers, think my teachers need features,
I think I’m walking with Jesus, I knew my feet wouldn’t drown.

  • 2015
  • chance the rapper
  • chicago
  • jesus
  • midwest
  • weed

Posted on Friday, June 26th, 2020

‘Cause in my physical I can express through song,
Delete stress like Motrin, then extend strong.
I drink Moet with Medusa, give her shotguns in hell
From the spliff that I lift and inhale…it ain’t hard to tell.

  • 1993
  • east coast
  • Guns
  • illmatic
  • large professor
  • moet
  • motrin
  • nas
  • new york
  • queens
  • queensbridge
  • weed

Posted on Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

It ain’t hard to tell, I excel then prevail,
The mic is contacted, I attract clientele.
My mic check is life or death, breathing a sniper’s breath,
I exhale the yellow smoke of buddha through righteous steps.

  • 1993
  • east coast
  • illmatic
  • large professor
  • nas
  • new york
  • queens
  • queensbridge
  • weed
  • wordplay

Posted on Friday, June 19th, 2020

I’m sick and tired of these fake-ass niggas,
Saying that they’re catching bodies when they never pulled a trigger.
I know your style, I’ve seen it before,
You wearing army suit, now you think you’re hardcore.
Drinking on your 40’s, smoking on your blunts,
Can’t afford a chain so you wear gold fronts…
You fakin’ the funk, kid.
And you’d be getting it up the ass if you ever did a fucking bid.

Posts Tagged With: weed Posted on Tuesday, November 24th, 2020 I never boned a honey that I didn’t like I never saw a mile that I couldn’t hike I never had a spliff to make me choke I

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

by Jesse Childs April 20, 2020, 2:22 pm updated April 22, 2020, 3:21 pm

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 Ty Dolla $ign 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 show how marijuana has impacted the culture over the years.

  1. Sativa – Jhene Aiko ft Rae Sremmurd

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