Anthony B's 'Low mi wid mi weed' smoking airways
Rastafarian reggae artiste Anthony B is bombing FM radio into submission with his single, 'Low Mi Wid Mi Weed' on the Weed Rock rhythm.
"I just want to big up every disc jockey and radio station that is supporting the single right now, IRIE, HITZ, ZIP, Suncity , BESS FM, Roots FMs. In Europe, I am getting a great response, Robbo Ranx is playing it, VIBES FM in London is playing it, and I am dropping a copy at every single club, at night time, on my tour," he said.
Released on the Chase Mills Records imprint, the single advocates that Rastafarians and the disenfranchised should cash in on some of the economic benefits the country will enjoy when marijuana is decriminalized.
"With the legalization of marijuana in certain quantities, Rastafarians must now organise themselves to benefit from the economic benefits that will accrue in the future, as my song says, 'ah rasta fi a drive out the ganja propeller'," he said.
Anthony B is in the middle of a resurgence with his career with his single, How Do You Sleep? being a regular fixture on the FIWI Choice Top Ten charts.
He kicked off his European tour with his Born Fyah band last month and has performed at the venues in countries such as Netherlands, France, Germany and Portugal during the six-week tour.
The singjay, who first made a name with fiery songs such as Fire Pon Rome and Raid The Barn in the late 1990s, is a huge star in the world of reggae music. He followed up those early hits with a huge dancehall single, the chart-burning Tease Her, in the early 2000s.
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