Damian Marley slides onto the scene reeking of marijuana, right in time to deliver his new project Stony Hill. The eighteen track project is heavy on the rhythms and vibes, and Marley is on his A-game with this one. While the album does at times read like a love letter to herb, if you really delve into the lyrics, the subject matter is actually mad versatile.
It's no surprise that Bob Marley's youngest son is an accomplished musician in his own right, especially when you consider that his mother was also a jazz musician. The production is smooth, the flows are chill, and the reggae vibes remain accessible enough for the mainstream. Consider throwing this one on the next time you decide to roll one.