April 21, 2015


Listen to Rihanna's Sultry Ode to 4/20, "James Joint"

Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Turner
Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Turner

Stoners, friends and fans of quality music have been given a gift by Queen RiRi. The "Bitch Better Have My Money" singer has shared "James Joint," an ode to her favorite holiday, 4/20. The tune closes up at the 1:12 minute mark, a short interlude from her highly anticipated eighth studio album

The only weird thing here is that the track was released the day after 4/20...maybe our girl Rihanna had too much fun celebrating the reefer respite.

"James Joint," at times feels like a midi track, haunting and slow but animated, like a delicate scene in an anime or video game. "I'd rather be smoking weed whenever we breathe / Every time you kiss me," she opens the song. "Don't say that you miss me / Just come get me / Don't know why just know I want to."

Listen to it below and click through our complete guide to Rihanna's upcoming album here