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4/20 may have come and gone, but in the eyes of Boogie T, every day is a holiday! Wink wink. The funky swamp inhabiting producer is back with a timely tune entitled, “Don’t Fear The Reefer” out via his label, Drama Club Recordings.

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“Don’t Fear The Reefer” artwork by Kooz

This high-energy, stoner anthem is actually buds with 2 other unreleased tracks. You are probably wondering, where you can find these. Well, they are only available on Boogie‘s first-ever audio/visual NFT drop with longtime collaborator, illustrator, and VJ, Kooz. Luckily, everyone gets to hear “Don’t Fear The Reefer,” now!

Boogie T has stayed on the quieter side of music this past year and seemingly enjoying his time to play Kendama and go fishing. Don’t get me wrong he has delivered tons of wobbly rides, like “Nuclear Bass Face” and his Joint Forces EP, but it sure is good to see his name popping up on lineups! And with that being said, “Don’t Fear The Reefer” is bound to be a feel-good festival staple for Mr. Boogie T. The elevated vigor and indulgence of wonky bass throughout the tune are intoxicating. And of course, the vocal samples from the classic Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story movie are going to get crowds going, for sure!

Light one up and stream “Don’t Fear The Reefer,” the latest from Boogie T, below!

Featured Photo courtesy of Meghan Huffman (GRVDNCR)

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