5 Top Tracks To Enjoy During Your Downtime After You Get High
While hiking and going out in nature can be fun, sometimes, we just want to listen to some chill jams after smoking a high-quality strain. Some call it couch-locked, but on a real note, doing nothing can be doing something when you have the right music.
In this article, you’re going to learn the 5 best songs to listen to while you’re puffin’ the cheeba like Cheech and Chong. So let’s get to it.
Cypress Hill’s I Wanna Get High
No lie, we all wanna get high, and Cypress Hill is a legend when it comes to creating music for stoners. I Wanna Get High incorporates some super chill music paired with some funky rap that’s not overbearing in the least. No one is screaming, shouting, or going too hard to relax. As you listen to this music, you won’t find yourself going insane in the membrane, nor will you go insane in the brain. This is because I Wanna Get High isn’t a party song. Instead, it’s the perfect background music to breaking up your buds. Make sure to take some hits from the bong and enjoy this 2 minutes and 54 seconds of classic stoner music.
Parquet Courts’ Stoned And Starving
Stoned And Starving is the epitome of hanging out at home, sitting on the couch, and stuffing your face full of stoner snacks. The munchies can come up fast, and cooking can take quite some time. Fortunately, there are always a few spots to grab some quick munchies down the street. Whether it’s a local bodega or a fast food joint, we all have some local eats we enjoy while stoned. This song is all about grabbing those snack foods and satisfying that weed-induced craving. So while it’s fast-paced, it’s a totally relatable and enjoyable stoner song.
Nick Drake’s Been Smoking Too Long
Some of us might think there’s no such thing as smoking too long, but Nick Drake begs to differ. Drake’s chill stoner music is one of those songs we can all relate to after waking up from a long night of blazing. We’ve all been there — waking up, a house empty of food, and thinking about what could be wrong with the choices we made the night before. If anything, Been Smoking Too Long serves as a chilled out reminder to keep the fridge fully stocked at all times.
Peter Tosh’s Legalize It
Tosh made this song during a time in which legalizing the herb was on our minds, but it didn’t seem likely to happen. In the present, Legalize It serves as a reminder of where the legalization movement started. People weren’t even close to legalizing bud back then, but the criticizing was all too common, serving as Tosh’s inspiration for this song. So sit back, and appreciate how far we’ve come with this relaxing stoner jam as you smoke down your 2nd or 3rd joint.
Sublime’s What I Got
Sublime has always had the hearts of stoners everywhere, so it should come as no surprise that its What I Got is a part of this list. This is a fun song that promotes love and good times. Throughout the song, Sublime talks about “Lovin’” and that’s what they’ve got. By the time you’re finished listening to this masterpiece, you’ll appreciate love, good weed, and the music it inspires.