We’ve seshed Weedsdays with several of the MagicalButter team so far— Executive Director Chris Whitener, Chef Joey Galeano and CEO Garyn Angel. Today’s Weedsday Playlist is brought to you by MagicalButter horticulturist Austin Radney. With over ten years of horticultural experience, including in-depth knowledge of the physiology and medicinal properties of plants, Radney uses his passion and knowledge for natural medicine and plant organics to manage an impressive garden, growing medicinal herbs, vegetables and fruits of all kinds to process in the MagicalButter machine. This has become the industry standard for helping medical marijuana patients create their own medicine by infusing cannabis into topicals and edibles.
Austin’s Weedsday jams are pure fire. Turn up the volume!
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“Blueberry Yum Yum” by Ludacris
This song is classic to the underground grower. I remember watching this video and hearing Luda say, “Thank god for the man that put it in my hoooooooood” and being inspired to produce better and more flower, hoping that one day a rapper would film a music video in one of my grow rooms.
“Mo Fire” by Lil Wayne
When I was 18, I remember laying down on the floor next to a drip table after a feed. I had this song playing as I watched the fan leaves dance throughout my garden...I didn’t smoke in the garden often, but to this jam I would.
“Herbsman Smuggling” by YellowMan
This was the re-up song. Me and the crew burned down so many blunts jammin’ to YellowMan!
“Sweet Reggae” by Delly Ranx
This song reminds me of the time I was at a trade show. The room was filled with professional vendors. Delly Ranx performed at the event and you could feel him take control of the energy in the room. My friend and I were having so much fun during the performance. If only we could’ve actually passed a blunt during his live show! I still love lighting up to this song all the time.
“Where I’m From” by Jay-Z
Jay Z is one of my favorite artists to burn it down to. His music is perfect for the motivated cannabis user. Jay Z has a broad line up of songs you can light up to whether its “Can I Live?’ Or “99 Problems.” I chose this song because it made me think of when I was living in West Tampa. Everyone around you was hungry for more....Everyday felt like a race to get away from that place, but it’s still where I’m from and I learned a lot growing up around there. When I hear this song, it makes me think of the respect I have for the struggle and the people that try every day to succeed.