20 Great Songs About Marijuana


20. Pass Me Da Green by Master P

Master P does not try to hide his love for ganja in this gangsta rap classic.

19. So High by Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa has been an important cannabis advocate since he became popular with his hit “Black and Yellow”.

18. Roll Two Joints by Bob Marley

Bob Marley is oftentimes considered the face of cannabis. We thought he earned his way here with his hit “Roll Two Joints”.

17. Weed with Willie by Toby Keith

Country music song Toby Keith wrote this classic about smoking weed with Willie Nelson, never knowing it was going to be such a hit. Joke’s on him! Everyone wants to hear stories about smoking weed with Willie!

16. Gateway to Inhalation by Cannabis Corpse

Yes, Cannabis Corpse is just a cover band of Cannibal Corpse. That doesn’t mean that their chronic-laced covers don’t deserve a place in our Top 20!

15. Mary Jane by Rick James

Rick James has went down in history as one of the greatest musicians of all time. Of course, Rick James also loved his ganja. That love will forever be noted in his song “Mary Jane”.

14. Moist Vagina by Nirvana

Many think the song “Moist Vagina” is one of Nirvana’s racier songs just because of its title. Those people should look up the lyrics. They’d notice “marijuana” is referenced repetitively.

13. Sweet Leaf by Black Sabbath

Black Sabbath was one of the earlier supporters of marijuana. Naturally, they deserve the #13.

12. Sour Deezal by Redman

Redman is an icon among hip-hop artists, standing as one of the original members of the Wu-Tang Clan and also as a beloved actor in stoner flicks such as How High. His newer hit Sour Deezal is definitely one of any Sour Diesel fan’s favorites.

12. Purple Haze by The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Jimi Hendrix will always be the king of guitar, but he also was an avid marijuana user. In his song “Purple Haze”, he most certainly references the effects of marijuana. Later, a strain was named after the classic hit.

10. Smoke Some Weed by Ice Cube

Ice Cube has been standing up to authority figures since the rise of N.W.A. Of course, he has a whole song dedicated to the herb too!

9. Herojuana! by NOFX

NOFX makes a punk rock stance against modern-day prohibition in this angsty tune.

8. Concentrate by Dirtbag Dan

Of course, there are concentrate enthusiasts out there! Modern musicians are starting to catch up with modern marijuana enthusiasts. Dirtbag Dan displays this in his song “Concentrate”.

7. One Toke Over the Line by Brewer and Shipley

I remember the church I went to as a kid played this one. They’ll probably regret that now that I’m old enough to tell them it’s a song about pot.

6. The Next Episode by Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg

Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg have never hid their love for the green. “The Next Episode” is one of their most notable pro-ganja songs, sporting the lyric, “Smoke weed every day!”

5. Blueberry Yum Yum by Ludacris

Blueberry Yum Yum was originally written to promote the strain. It worked. The strain became exceedingly popular almost instantaneously, and in turn, the tune became one of Ludacris’s most famous songs.

4. Must be the Ganja by Eminem

Eminem has always been a supporter of marijuana. His song “Must Be the Ganja” will forever be a stoner classic.

3. Reefer Madness by Kottonmouth Kings

Kottonmouth Kings are a favorite of every cannabis enthusiast, and their song “Reefer Madness” is not only hilarious, but one of the most completely relatable songs in our list.

2. Dabs by B-Real ft. Dizzy Wright

B-Real is better-known as the lead rapper from Cypress Hill, and naturally, his new song “Dabs” will be popular with all concentrate enthusiasts.

1. The Reefer Man by Cab Calloway

Cab Calloway was one of the kings of jazz. He was one of the earliest artists to discuss the use of marijuana in his song “The Reefer Man”.


Jheri is a successful freelance writer and cannabis enthusiast from Michigan. She is currently writing her novel and a number of short stories, as well as promoting cannabis for Smoke Weed and Medical Marijuana Cure. Her office is based in Denver, CO.

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