When it’s time for a good smoke sesh, there are a few things that truly enrich the whole experience. There’s premium bud, of course, but there’s also delicious snacks, good friends, and great music.
To help you really get into the stoner mood, we’ve compiled a list of twenty popular songs about weed, chosen specifically for stoners, by stoners.
So, turn your speakers up, pack your bowl, and settle in!
1. Because I Got High – Afroman (2000)
What list wouldn’t be complete without this classic stoner song? I mean, how many times were you going to do something, but forgot once you took a fat bong rip?
If you’re guilty of that, go ahead and turn up those speakers.
2. Sweet Leaf – Black Sabbath (1971)
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3. Smoke Two Joints – Sublime (1992)
Pretty much everyone who smokes knows all about THIS stoner song. Looking for some delicious joints to light up while this plays? Vintage Northern Lights by Kiona is exactly what you need.
4. Young, Wild & Free – Snoop Dogg, Whiz Khalifa, and Bruno Mars (2011)
Snoop Dogg had the right idea with this stoner song. Looking for a strain that really gets you out of your head and feeling free? Do-Si-Dos by Blue Roots! It’s a heavy-hitting indica that’s perfect for insomniacs or reaching maximum relaxation after a rough week.
5. Weed Song – Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (2000)
Higher, higher, baby
Can you feel it? (feel it, feel it, feel it)
Do you feel the same weed high that I feel?”
Every list of songs about weed needs to have this gem on it!
6. Where’s is the Bud – Three 6 Mafia (1996)
If there’s one stoner song that makes you want to smoke out with some friends after a long day, this is it.
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7. Purple Haze – Jimi Hendrix (1970)
You’ve undoubtedly heard of the Purple Haze strain, named after this legendary stoner song by Jimi Hendrix. Biographer Harry Shapiro has stated this song is a “pot-pourri of ideas” developed by Hendrix over a long period of time.
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8. I Love You Mary Jane – Cypress Hill & Sonic Youth (1993)
This is the epitome of a stoner song, and one of the more popular songs about weed. It’s a definite must-listen for those looking for something to light up to.
9. High by the Beach – Lana Del Rey (2015)
While this one is more for those who have some challenges going on in their love life, there’s something undeniably sweet about smoke-filled summer days. Smoke up, turn up the speakers, and enjoy the last bit of summer.
10. Cheeba Cheeba – Tone Loc (1989)
If you’re looking for legendary songs about weed, this one definitely needs to be on your list.
11. Cigarettes and Cush – Stormzy feat. Kehlani (2017)
Stormy explained that he want to create something slow, with a free-spirited, unrushed beat. He says, “It sounded like Sunday.” It’s all about chilling out with your partner, smoking some bud, and just being with one another.
If you’re looking for a true kick-back, lazy stoner song, this is a good one.
12. Legalize It – Sublime (1995)
While recreational and medicinal marijuana is now legalized here in Washington, things weren’t always that way. Even now, there are plenty of states that DON’T legalize its use.
This one on the list of songs about weed is certainly one for the protesters out there. Even if you’re not really politically active, it’s still a good song to smoke out to.
13. Hits From The Bong – Cypress Hill (1993)
If there’s one stoner song that is clearly JUST about taking a fat bong rip, this is it.
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14. One Toke Over The Line – Sweet Jesus (1970)
Obviously, a “toke” is a puff of weed, whether it be from a joint or a pipe. When this song was written, they were just a tad too high. If you really listen to it, according to Shipley, the idea of “one toke” is a metaphor. It’s about excess. . . because getting too green is never fun.
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15. Where’s the Weed At – Kottonmouth Kings (2006)
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16. I Wanna Get High – Cypress Hill (1993)
You’ve seen their stoner song, “Hits From The Bong” up there on this list of songs about weed, and now it’s time for another one.
You can read about their thought process behind the composition and writing of their songs here in this article on Complex.
17. Bowl for Two – The Expendables (2004)
What better way to smoke some great bud than with a partner or some good friends? Turn this up, and pack a bowl for two!
18. The Great American Smoke Off – Shel Silverstein
That’s right, folks. The author of popular children’s books, such as Where the Sidewalk Ends also wrote and sang songs about weed!
19. Blueberry Yum Yum – Ludacris (2004)
This stoner song is undeniably about weed, and is actually the one that got the strain it’s named after to skyrocket in popularity.
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20. Weed Instead of Roses – Ashley Monroe (2013)
Okay…Who wouldn’t want a bouquet of cannabis flowers instead of roses?
You’ve seen this list of 20 popular songs about weed that were picked by stoners, for stoners. What’s YOUR favorite song about weed? Let us know in the comments below!
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