Marijuana legalized in Colorado: Big Gigantic posts dope new tune to mark the occasion

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Unless you're just waking up from a two-day nap, you've probably heard about weed being legalized in Colorado by now. If not, you will once you log in to Facebook or Twitter. Everybody is talking about it, and those who aren't, well, they're only mum because they're busy Googling flights to Denver. In honor of this momentous occasion, BGCO -- Big Gigantic, if you're not into the whole brevity thing -- has posted a track for free download called...wait for it..."Colorado Mountain High." Continue on to give it a listen and then download it.

See also: - Marijuana legalized: Lady Gaga and other Twitter reactions - In honor of Amendment 64: Ten stoner anthems, overt hip-hop odes to Mary Jane - Music and marijuana make great bongfellows - Did Freddie Gibbs make it to DIA without having his weed confiscated? - The Road to Rowdytown: Big Gigantic at Red Rocks - Profile: Big Gigantic has taken some big steps this past year - Review: Big Gigantic at Red Rocks, 9/29/12

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