Let's Get High
by SUSU

Album: released as a single (2020)
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  • SUSU is a New York City collective led by Liza Colby and Kia Warren. "Let's Get High" runs 4:20 and was released on April 20, 2020 (4-20), but they insist it is not about smoking weed - it's really about a "collective high," meaning a mindset of peace and harmony. They explained:

    "'Let's Get High' is about the curtain being pulled back, the onion peeled, peace interrupted. From German haus to Paris maison, NYC walkup to LA bungalow - the word on the street is we're all on the same trip. Trust US, we've been there. Let's all be here now!"

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