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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.

FINAL RESULTS
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Music's most influential pothead: Bob Marley or Willie Nelson?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamBobMarley
#TeamWillieNelson