Blunt Cruisin

Album: Asleep in the Bread Aisle (2009)
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  • In this reggae-flavored number, Roth reminisces about driving in a Ford Taurus, and smoking marijuana. He told Rolling Stone: "My dad has criticized some stuff on the album. But whatever. It's almost 2010, you know?"
  • Roth told MTV News that the song's title speaks for itself. He said: "You drive around a familiar area, listening to your favorite CD and enjoy the nice weather. It just gets things in the right mood. Every song is very visual. I don't want to waste my listeners' time." (Check out our interview with Asher Roth.)
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