Making its fashionably late debut to the world, Rihanna releases the day following 4/20 her weed inspired interlude entitled ‘James Joint‘ that will be featured on her forthcoming studio album. So why is the 1:12 song released after all the stoners have already come down from their high? Maybe it’s because this song is something to be celebrated in itself, it needs to have its own day.
“I’d rather be smoking weed whenever we breathe / Every time you kiss me / Don’t say that you miss me / Just come get me.”
Rihanna’s soft, silky vocals are accompanied by light instrumentals that really compliment the overall serenity of the anthem. This could have definitely been some rad background music to accompany yesterday’s festivities…
Rihanna recently spoke with V Magazine where she revealed, “Dude, I’m in love with my interludes. This one called ‘James Joint’ is on constant repeat.”
You can also check out the sweet interlude for yourself here.