Famous musicians have long been popular in the cannabis industry, and now, many of them have joined the bandwagon. From Willie Nelson and Run the Jewels to Dr. Greenthumb and Snoop Dogg, here are some of the biggest names in the business. Who should you listen to? We’ve rounded up our picks to see which ones you should listen to. Read on to find out more!

Willie Nelson

Country legend Willie Nelson is getting into the legal cannabis industry. He’s been linked to marijuana for decades and recently launched a marijuana product line called Willie’s Reserve. The country star’s product line is the first of its kind in the cannabis industry. Nelson has a long history with marijuana, being arrested four times for possession and for smoking pot on his tour bus. Other celebrities have followed his lead, starting their own marijuana companies.

Dr. Greenthumb

The band has been rocking the marijuana industry for decades, with the release of its latest studio album in September 2018. They’ve long been linked to the cannabis industry and the best seed bank in America, with members of the band talking openly about their use of the drug. Songs like “Hits From the Bong” and “I Want to Get High” have become smoking anthems. One of the band’s members, B-Real, has even said that cannabis is one of the key reasons he’s so long-lived.

Snoop Dogg

If you listen to hip hop, you’ve probably heard the music of Snoop Dogg and others who have been embracing the cannabis industry. Their songs are often reminiscent of California’s legendary surf scene, and their lyrics are as outspoken about cannabis as they are about the beach. Snoop Dogg’s hit single, “I Wanna Rock,” is a classic example of the ’80s hip hop sound. The song features samples of Rob Base’s “It Takes Two.” The video also features a cameo from actor Jamie Foxx. And “Gangsta Luv” features Tricky and The-Dream, who both make a cameo appearance.

Run the Jewels

The hip hop duo Run the Jewels is one of the most popular groups in the world, and now, they’re also rocking the cannabis industry. The group’s self-titled album was released on Fool’s Gold Records last year and featured tracks by EL-P, Killer Mike, and YG. The group also released a free track from the album called “36” Chain through the Adult Swim Singles Program.

Erykah Badu

It’s no secret that the cannabis industry is on the rise, with Erykah Badu and other celebrities taking the lead. While performing, the singer asks for changes to stage mic levels and lights, as well as the level of the Cannabinoids. The Cannabinoids are a group of funny guys in their 30s and 40s. As they eat catering and adjust sound equipment, we are confused about when the concert is supposed to start.

Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix, Snoop Dogg, Willie Nelson, and other celebrities have jumped into the cannabis industry. These artists, who are known for their activism, have infused their cannabis products with their trademark sound. Jimi Hendrix, for example, is famous for being an advocate of marijuana. The rock star’s estate is now run by his sister, Janie.

Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney and other famous musicians are joining the growing trend of using marijuana in music and other artistic endeavors. The singer and songwriter has long espoused the virtues of cannabis, but the controversy surrounding the drug is far from over. It is important to know how it works and what benefits it can offer, before committing to it. If you’re a fan of Paul McCartney’s music, you might want to try his latest project, “Mary Jane,” which is being released later this year.

Ringo Starr

It’s easy to get carried away by the upcoming new cannabis legislation, but what’s the real story behind Ringo Starr and other famous musicians rock the cannabis industry? They’ve gotten their own weed-infused drinks, and many other celebrities have jumped on the bandwagon, too. Ringo is the sexiest of the ’60s rock icons, and his latest album is set to be a hit in the US and UK.

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