The latest video from SoCal reggae band Dirty Heads, "Lift Me Up," features a grow room and a senior who delivers weed in an old-school milk truck.
Damian Marley's new ganja song, "Medication," featuring Stephen Marley, from his latest album, "Stony Hill," was filmed inside the former Claremont Custody Center in Coalinga, CA, which has been converted into a grow facility.
Production duo DizTroy has teamed up with Jamaican toaster Versi on the stony single, "Build Me a Spliff." The song is being released by Jon Baker's Gee Jam label, and exclusively premiered by CelebStoner. It officially drops on Nov. 4.
One of the highlights of yesterday's Global Citizen Festival in Central Park was an acoustic duet of Bob Marley's "Redemption Song" by Eddie Vedder and Beyoncé. Pearl Jam, Beyoncé, Coldplay and Ed Sheeren headlined the show.
Twenty years ago, Slightly Stoopid was born out of the ashes of Sublime shortly before frontman Brad Nowell died of a drug overdose in 1996. "The Prophet," a song Nowell worked on with Stoopid's Miles Doughty, has popped up on their new album. Watch the video.