Rap music and smoking weed go hand-in-hand. After you’ve achieved your elevated state of mind with these tracks, take your movie experience to a new high with these movies.
Here are some of the sweetest rap songs for smoking weed.
- “Nikes on My Feet” by Mac Miller
- “93 ’til Infinity” by Souls of Mischief
- “Kush” by Lil’ Wayne
- “Fade Away” by Logic
- “Fight The Feeling” by Mac Miller featuring Kendrick Lamar
- “Infinite” by Sweatshop Union
- “YAH.” by Kendrick Lamar
- “Spent All My Money…” by MOD SUN featuring blackbear
- “New Faces v2” by Mac Miller featuring Earl Sweatshirt & Da$h
- “Nebraska” by Earl Sweatshirt featuring Mac Miller and Vince Staples
- “Marijuana Plants on Saturn” by Mac Lethal
“Nikes on My Feet” by Mac Miller
This is one of Mac’s first real stoner jams, and the music video only reinforces that. The music video actually includes an intro which uses the title track from Mac’s previous mixtape, “The High Life.”
“93 ’til Infinity” by Souls of Mischief
“Kush” by Lil’ Wayne
“Kush” is a weed jam about smoking weed, and there’s no mistaking it. This track comes off of Weezy’s The Leak E.P., one of the best of the 2000s, released after a leaked tracks made for Tha Carter 3 began to circulate.
The E.P. is just as dope as C3, and “Kush” is a mellow one that will keep your mood right while you puff.
“Fade Away” by Logic
“Fight The Feeling” by Mac Miller featuring Kendrick Lamar
This song by Mac Miller featuring Kendrick Lamar is on Mac’s 2012 mixtape Macadelic and embodies some of Mac’s chillest weed-rap vibes. One of the best lesser-known jams from an incredibly prolific and tragically short career.
Be careful bumping this—it closes with about 30 seconds of erotic female moans. Maybe not how most would have written it up, but how many people have written a song this dope?
“Infinite” by Sweatshop Union
Sweatshop Union is a rap group out of Vancouver, Canada. Forming in the year 2000, these guys produced a number of vibey underground rap albums. They’ve always pushed a positive message and steered clear of misogyny, though they definitely support recreational drug-use (also see the song “L.A.M.M.”).
This band put out a number of great great smoking jams along the way. “Infinite”, off of their 7th studio album, also called Infinite, is one of the chillest.
“YAH.” by Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar makes another appearance on this list with a chill track and some real lyrics. DAMN. is one of the best rap albums to come out in 2017 and should hold rank for years to come.
“Spent All My Money…” by MOD SUN featuring blackbear
MOD SUN, otherwise known as Derek Smith, has had quite the career. In fact, he got his early start and still dabbles in pop and rock music.
“New Faces v2” by Mac Miller featuring Earl Sweatshirt & Da$h
“Nebraska” by Earl Sweatshirt featuring Mac Miller and Vince Staples
This is one of the best rap songs for smoking weed because it features 3 truly incredible rappers. Mac, Vince, and Earl put together a dope track here, even though it never made it onto any full-length albums.
“Marijuana Plants on Saturn” by Mac Lethal
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