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Music's most influential pothead: Bob Marley or Willie Nelson?

Before Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa there were Bob Marley and Willie Nelson. Marley popularized reggae music around the world and his love for ganja. Marley is also a symbol of Jamaica, reggae, and weed culture. Willie lit up country charts for years with the help of cannabis. Now, he's a major activist for legalizing marijuana. Both inspired other musicians to sing or rap about pot, but who's the most influential pot-loving musician? 🎤

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Another name for marijuana is kaya. Here are some notable lyrics from Bob Marley's hit of the same name, per Genius.

🎶 I'm so high, I even touch the sky. Above the falling rain. I feel so good in my neighbourhood, so. Here I come again. Got to have kaya now. Got to have kaya now. Got to have kaya now. For the rain is falling.🎶

Listen to Marley's dope track below.

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Willie's "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die" is pretty straightforward. Below are some notable lyrics, per Genius.

🎶 Roll me up and smoke me when I die. And if anyone don't like it, just look 'em in the eye. I didn't come here, and I ain't leaving. So don't sit around and cry. Just roll me up and smoke me when I die. 🎶

Watch the music video below.

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Music's most influential pothead: Bob Marley or Willie Nelson?
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#TeamWillieNelson