In 2014, The Stoner Mom launched her popular blog as a testament to the thousands of adults who use cannabis for a variety of personal reasons, in a totally responsible way. A high achieving mom of four, The Stoner Mom is an enthusiastic medical and recreational marijuana advocate, and the curator of this well thought out 420 lifestyle subscription SensiBox, The Stoner Mom Essentials. This collection features cool cannabis inspired items, such as CannaSmack’s hemp seed oil infused lip balm and Goldleaf’s patient journal, just in time for the holidays.
MAGNETIC asked The Stoner Mom to play DJ for this week’s Weedsday Playlist, and here’s what she created for your sesh-time listening pleasure.
See past Weedsday playlists here.
“Bed Peace” by Jhene Aiko ft. Childish Gambino
Jhene Aiko might be the world's most gorgeous stoner mom, and her lyrics shed light on the massive population of mothers who: 1. Aren’t dorks 2. Smoke the ganja. Can we call her The Patron Saint of Stoner Moms? In “Bed Peace,” she describes her idea of a perfect afternoon, and I really can’t come up with anything to improve it. Standout Stoner Lines: "If I had it my way / I’d roll out of bed say / ‘bout 2:30 mid day / Hit the blunt then, hit you up to come over to my place / You’d show up right away / We make love and then we fuck / And then you'd give me my space."
“Trippy” by Lil Wayne ft. Juicy J
Let’s make a list of all of the Lil Wayne songs that mention cannabis. Actually, let’s not because a list like that would include every song in the Weezy catalog, and homie’s been in the game since he was 14. “Trippy” is a classic choice for a stoner song, with its vivid description of how it feels to be in a state of extreme inebriation. Standout Stoner Lines: "My skin crawlin', my walls talkin' / The pictures in here lookin' at me / The ground movin', I'm seeing shit / I'm blowing like I'm stuck in traffic / I'm smoking on that strong / Got me coughin' like I'm getting buried / I've been fucking Mary-Jane / I knew her when she was just Virgin Mary
/ I'm stoned, Mick Jagger / I can run around Saturn / Eyes rolling back / And keep blinking like hazards."
“ADHD” by Kendrick Lamar
A millennial anthem of high tolerance and late night possibilities, in “ADHD” Kendrick takes us back to our stoner nights of youth. Smoking weed and roaming the suburbs, this song is what California childhoods are made of. Standout Stoner Lines: "Somebody walked in with a pound of that Bay Area kush / She looked at me, then looked at it / Then she grabbed it, then she said, Get it understood. / You know why we crack babies? / Because we born in the '80s, that A.D.H.D. crazy."
“High by the Beach” by Lana del Rey
Lana is a genius of pop culture references and is known to pepper her songs with allusions to cannabis. In “Brooklyn Baby” she smokes hydroponic weed, in “Born to Die” she coos to her lover to “go get high.” But in “High by The Beach,” she devotes an entire song to telling her would be relationship that truthfully, she’d rather be toking up on the beach. This is why Lana is Queen. Standout Stoner Lines: "The truth is I never bought into your bullshit / When you would pay tribute to me 'cause I know that / All I wanted to do was get high by the beach / Get high, baby, baby, bye bye."
“Collard Greens” by Schoolboy Q ft. Kendrick Lamar
“Collard Greens” could be a reference to our favorite plant, but truthfully it’s supposed to reference the other green stuff, money. Whatever, there are still plenty of references to Q’s love for cannabis in this head bobbing track. Standout Stoner Lines: "Kush be my fragrance, we love marijuana / Function on fire, burn the roof off this mothafucka / Psych ward is ballin', go craze like no other / Weed steady blowin', pass the blunt to my momma / Runs in the family, puff-puff keep a nigga fiendin' / Faded, faded, faded, right?"
“Next Episode” by Dr Dre ft. Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg and Kurupt
In 2001, “Next Episode” became the stoner song for the modern age. Play it anywhere in California and I’m pretty sure even babies and the elderly will mouth the words. If nothing else, the final seconds of this song gave us the iconic instruction from Nate Dogg to, “smoke weed ‘erry day.” Better advice has never been spoken.