Listening to music while enjoying your favorite herb can be an incredibly fun time. It can also open a space in your world that allows for thoughts and creativity to sneak up and catch you by surprise. Marijuana and music can combine to create a powerful and mysterious sense of openness and imagination at once, as though the very fiber of thought is flowing through you.
While not everyone can get down on the same jam, there are a few genres in particular that seem to shine when the smoke comes out. If you’re looking for music to smoke to gather round then, pack a fresh one, and let’s get down to the best genres for smoking cannabis!
Jazz can enhance the moment, as though tickling your mind from within, and can lend to immense creativity and feelings of delight. Jazz and it’s association with cannabis has a decades long history. Jazz musicians used it to influence their sound, but listeners also found that smoking cannabis also improved the auditory experience. For first time listeners, check out John Coltrane, Miles Davis, and Thelonious Monk.
While most people don’t really think of Country music and cannabis, over the years many “Outlaw” country musicians including Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, and Willy Nelson used cannabis. Not only to drive their music but also their image.
For those who find themselves in a constant state of searching: combining some good cannabis, a healthy sense of wonder, and the right classic rock album can change your life forever. Classic Rock is easily one of the best music genres when medicated. Bands like Pink Floyd, The Doors, and Led Zeppelin are just a few to check out while enjoying a smoke.
Made famous the world over by musical legend Bob Marley, reggae is loose, light, and versatile. From small clubs to large dance halls, Reggae is non-divisive and holds a few favorites for every music lover. Reggae is great for celebrations and sadness, excitement and deliberation, and compassion and creativity. Cannabis also has strong ties to Rastafarianism, which is also infused with the culture surrounding reggae. Other reggae artists to check out include Peter Tosh, Ziggy Marley, and Bunny Wailer.
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