Weed isn't legal but most of America smokes it. Weed is a universal medicine that heals people from all walks of life and all ethnicities.
If Norml had a record label that promoted and sold marijuana music of all genres, it could use that money, and those record sales to show the government how many voters are actually for the legalization of marijuana.
I did a hip hop album at the beginning of this year called "Sobriety Hurts" www.idjfirstlook.com/music/macheteking www.reverbnation.com/macheteking
Songs from my next album "Sobriety STILL Hurts" are online @ www.myspace.com/macheteking
"Um, Yeah", "If U wanna Smoke" and "Sobriety STILL Hurts" are the songs exclusively weed related. If Norml had a record label, I could be one of their artists making good quality smoking music that also provides insight into the different aspects of the lives of marijuana smokers. I'm trying to start a musical movement here on the East Coast, or at least, give it a much needed boost. 'Cause Sobriety Hurts me. I'm a manic depressive that's also been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, paranoid skyzofrenia, psychosis & disassociative personality disorder all before I started smoking weed. Before weed I was in 3 different mental hospitals and went through a decade of therapy before that. so after my third stint in the psych ward (February of 2000), I started looking for a medicine that wouldn't give me the horrible side effects that i was experiencing (irritable, always tired, no sex drive -THAT SUCKED!- memory lapses, weight issues, appetite fluxuations, etc.) that summer, I tried weed and I've been in love with marijuana ever since. I do weed music in hopes to share my love for marijuana with you and hope that I get elected the ambassador of weed legalizing, lol.