Dartmouth’s Jay Mayne celebrates 4/20 with Call It What You Want. EP
Dartmouth mainstay and professional weed head Jay Mayne drops off some free smoke just in time for 4/20.
His new 6-track project Call It What You Want. (CIWYW), features a small group of guest appearances, each of whom compliment the EP’s laid back vibe perfectly.
Those artists include Jordantown, NS’s Aldean Alliston (aka Al Boogie), fellow Dartmouth-artist Psyc Tha Prince of Food Gang, and Joon Jukx, who hails from the Boogie Down Bronx.
The New York rapper featured Jay Mayne on his Nov. 2017-album Little Scars, so CIWYW is a great chance for Jay Mayne to return the favour. The pair have also released several other collaborations over the years including the SuperStaar-produced “Porno,” the Kayo-assisted “These Days,” the Cokayn-produced “Lup, and “The Realest.”
Jay Mayne is best known for being a skilled lyricist, a weathered connoisseur of dank trees, and a talented skateboarder (who gets the occasional care package from Nike SB, aka Nike Skateboarding).
The Al Boogie-assisted “Backwoods” is the perfect laid back anthem to get the project started, with both artists reaffirming their affection for their green smoke-induced lifestyles. Both of the other guests are featured on the next track, “Never Beem,” which has a zoned out vibe mixed in with some 90s boom bap. Pretty much every type of weed anthem you need can be found in the mix.
As you might expect – especially with Jay Mayne’s reputation and the release date in mind – the project makes for the perfect soundtrack for your 4/20 smoke session, or any other session for that matter.
For many smokers, Apr. 20 is an excuse for a celebration, but they generally don’t smoke much more or less than any other day. Those are the heads that will still have this on repeat a month from now (and beyond).
You can find Call It What You Want. on major streaming platforms including Apple Music.
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