Light one and smoke along with this potent playlist of classic joints

Brave musicians were singing Mary Jane’s praises long before she was among America’s top legal crops.

In 1932, Cab Calloway’s song “Reefer Man” coined the slang term that some OGs still use when referring to the plant.

And every generation since Cab’s has taken the art of getting stoned to new heights. That includes new names and vivid wordplay that constantly reinvent and cement the plant’s influence in pot, uh, pop culture.

From ’90s boasts about pungent Chronic and Skunk, to today’s artists coining new terms like “loud” right before our ears, some lines are so dope you can catch a whiff through the speakers if you listen close.

Smell the flowers and…

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