A Chat With Jah9 About Her New Album, Kemetic Yoga, and Ganja • High Times


Four years since her last full-length studio release, Jamaica’s own Jah9 has returned with a new record entitled, Note To Self.  The new release finds the dub/reggae artist at her most introspective and thoughtful while joined by an array of powerhouse collaborators including Clive Hunt, Jeremy Harding, Chronixx, Akala, and many others.  Blending traditional dub and reggae elements with aspects of soul, jazz, and hip hop, the record is Jah9’s most ambitious work to date and showcases the artist at her most focused and comfortable.

In addition to her work as a musician, Jah9 is also a teacher of Kemetic Yoga, something she has incorporated into live performances, and an outspoken advocate for cannabis as medicine for the body, mind, and spirit.

Recently, we had an opportunity to hear all about Note To Self, as well as her creative method and thoughts about opportunities for marijuana in today’s uncertain times. 

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