Grass is Greener Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.10/10 from 1600 votes
Tags: discriminate justice, three strikes law, biased laws
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Grass is Greener is a documentary film that explores the history of cannabis in the United States. The film delves into the racial disparities in marijuana arrests and the impact of the War on Drugs on communities of color.

The documentary features interviews with activists, politicians, and celebrities who discuss the benefits of cannabis legalization and the need for criminal justice reform. It also examines the growing acceptance of marijuana in mainstream culture and the economic opportunities that come with legalization.

Grass is Greener sheds light on the complex relationship between cannabis and race in America, challenging viewers to rethink their perceptions of the drug and its users.

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Play Title Artist
Grass is Greener
Reefer Man
All the Jive Is Gone
Here Comes the Man with the Jive
Light Up
Knockin' Myself Out - Remastered
If You're A Viper - 2004 Remastered
Legalize It
Smokin' Cheeba Cheeba
Tha Bombudd
I Got 5 On It
Whateva Man
Keep Your Hands High
It's Not A Game
The Next Episode
Get High
Hits from the Bong
The Grass (feat. The Lox)
Salaam Remi: Performer
40 Days & 40 Nights (feat. Stephen Marley)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Bad To The Bone (feat. Black Thought & Reek Ruffin)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Watch Me Ignite (feat. Bun B)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Strange Fruit (feat. Betty Wright & James Poyser)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Run It (feat. Berner & Smiggz)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Cyaan Done (feat Smif-N-Wessun)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Mango Szn (feat. Nitty Scott)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Roll Thru (feat. Bodega Bamz)
Salaam Remi: Performer
See Me With My Spliff (feat. Spragga Benz)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Sativa Park (feat. Terrace Martin)
Salaam Remi: Performer
Green Blue Skies/Secret Pocket (The Flying Buddha Allstars)
Salaam Remi: Performer

User reviews

Emily Wilson

The soundtrack of Grass is Greener perfectly captures the essence of the documentary, with a mix of powerful and thought-provoking tracks that complement the film's exploration of cannabis history and racial disparities.

Nancy Smith

The soundtrack of Grass is Greener effectively captures the essence of the documentary, blending a mix of soulful and thought-provoking tunes that enhance the storytelling.

Michelle Turner

The music selection in Grass is Greener enhances the emotional impact of the interviews and footage, creating a compelling and immersive viewing experience that stays with the audience long after the film ends.

Sarah Campbell

The soundtrack's seamless integration with the interviews and visuals in the documentary demonstrates a thoughtful curation that enhances the overall viewing experience and leaves a lasting impression.

Susan Lewis

The use of music in Grass is Greener adds an extra layer of depth to the narrative, drawing the audience in and helping to evoke empathy and understanding for the individuals and communities affected by the War on Drugs.

Linda Johnson

Overall, the music in Grass is Greener not only complements the film's themes and messages but also stands out as a standout feature that elevates the documentary to a more immersive and engaging level.

Thomas Davis

I appreciate how the soundtrack incorporates a diverse range of genres and styles, reflecting the multifaceted nature of the issues surrounding cannabis, race, and social justice.

Anthony Wilson

The music choices in the film help to underscore the emotional weight of the topics discussed, creating a poignant atmosphere that resonates with the viewer long after the film has ended.