True to my heart By Keith Hudson
Hey dewds! It’s 4/20! You know what that means? Weed nerds rejoice and pretend that a day and/or time matter in their pot consumption! Hooray!
Okay, yeah, today is that day. As I’ve mentioned many times before, I’m not a weed smoker. In fact, I think people who make a lifestyle out of it are pretty fucking corny. Nothing wrong with smoking weed but getting excited for 4/20? really? Do you just around reading High Times all day, taking bong hits and reminiscing about other great times when you were really high?
However, I am a man of the people so for today’s song of the day, I give you a little dubby goodness courtesy of Keith Hudson. Cause if there is one thing weed people and I can usually agree on, it’s our appreciation of good music. Unless they’re deadheads or some shit, in which case I simply don’t get it.
So, light up your hooka to this joint , and let Jah massage your prostate into oblivion. Bo! Bo! Bo! Lordamercy!
Btw, it’s pretty cool that I found a pic of K. Hudson actually smoking weed, right? He’s just like you!!!
Be thankful for what you got By Donovan Carless
Yeah…I did it. I realize there could not be a cornier move than making this my song of the day on thanksgiving but, what can I say? It is. Hell, I wouldn’t be shocked if I had already made this a “song of the day”, but it’s simply TOO PERFECT. It’s not even the original William Devaughn version.
At least I didn’t pick that Alanis Morissette song!
Enjoy your fuckin’ turkey, I’m having pork this year.
Ali Baba By John Holt
This is one of my all-time favorites. There’s something inherently smooth yet creepy about this song. even though the song has nothing to do with anything sexual it feels as if holt is seducing an underaged girl in the way he sings. Kinda? Whatever…amazing song. Enjoy.
Raining teardrops By The Rockmasters
This is a cool mix of reggae and early 60’s sounding soul music. I really don’t know much about it except it somehow made it’s way to my Itunes. Check it out.
Ain’t no love (in the heart of the city) By Al Brown
If you’ve been following this blog for a while you might know that I’m a sucker for a good old cover song. Here’s a dope reggae version of Bobby Blue Bland’s classic that was made even more popular by Jay-Z’s sampling of it.
After all, it is reggae fridays.
Artibella By Ken Boothe
I thought I might have posted this song already but the search is telling me I haven’t. So, That’s good cause this song is my shit. One of my favorite Ken Boothe songs for sure. Reggae fridays yo!
Valley of Jehosaphat By Max Romeo
It’s reggae friday. NYC is hotter than Jehosaphat right now. So, this song is fitting.
Crying every night By Stranger Cole
This song is fairly well known due to it getting sampled by Hi-tek a decade or so ago. still, It’s a dope song and , beyond the loop, is worthy of some love. Also, how fucking ill does Stranger Cole look nowadays. Jesus. He makes Gil scott Heron look like Justin Bieber.
You’ve got a friend By Irving brown & Cynthia Richards
Reggae friday’s yall! Whoop whoop!
Loving Bride By Nyah Hunter
Ahhh..the return of reggae fridays. I totally forgot.
Here’s one for you to play at your wedding.
I just googled this artist and I couldn’t even find a picture. Crap.