Legendary Atlanta production crew Organized Noize link up with 2 Chainz and singer Joi for "Kush," a track off Organized's upcoming self-titled EP dropping on May 5.

Joi is hypnotizing on the record, as she sings about smoking weed before she continues her night.

"Three shots in, baby we too lye/Record player spinnin' on 14th Ave/Many real pretend for the delicate rush/Kiss me like you mean it then pass the kush," she sings.

2 Chainz comes in and spits about rolling up before he has sex: "For my therapy, I roll some celery/Go on a shopping spree, all about monopoly/She looks so good on top of me/Helicopter on my property, propellers properly/I got on the wire that got everybody watching me/My philosophy, I like the no-panty type/If I don't smoke one, I ain't got no appetite."

The track is pretty appropriate given the fact that 4/20 was yesterday. "Kush" is one of the better weed-centered records in recent years.

Organized Noize celebrated their legacy in music last year when they released their fantastic documentary, The Art of Organized Noize. With production credits on albums like Goodie Mob’s Soul Food, OutKast’s ATLiens or Ludacris’ Word of Mouf and two decades in the game, Organized Noize, made up of Rico Wade, Ray Murray and Sleepy Brown, helped broaden the sound of hip-hop.

Pre-order Organized Noize's EP at therealonp.com and listen to "Kush" below.

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