3 cannabis products musician Dre Island can't live without

3 cannabis products musician Dre Island can't live without
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From Kingston, Jamaica, musician and singer Dre Island has been writing love songs to cannabis, and they’re all featured on his newest album High Times. Since childhood, Dre’s been moved by music and his talents speak through his unique sound, aided in part by cannabis. “For me, cannabis has been a part of all my creative processes,” he said. “When I’m making a beat, when I’m producing a beat, when I’m writing a song, when I’m shooting a video, when I’m taking photos — I was never under the mindset that I was doing something wrong or illegal.” Classically trained in piano, Dre’s musical influences span all genres, and his own songs pull from Reggae with a mix of everything in between. He’s collaborated with multiple artists throughout his career, including Popcaan, with “We Pray”, which has now garnered millions of views and downloads. He was also featured on Wyclef Jean’s 2020 single “Justice” dedicated to Ahmaud Arbery, who was murdered by white supremacists in February 2020. Now, his most recent music goes back to cannabis. On High Times, the song “High Times” features Jamaican-born artist Skillibeng with the lyrics: “All I need now is some papers / And some good kush to get me through this day.” Dre shared, “I realize that every single thing that I do, cannabis is a part of me,” and when listening to “High With You” you can hear that dedication shine. Though his newest songs are devoted to the plant, you don’t have to be a consumer to appreciate the sound. “If you want to feel high and don’t use the herb, well, then feel inspired by the herb through music,” said Dre. “Feel that highness, feel the good vibes, feel that peace of mind. And feel that time out, out in space by…

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