Keznamdi meets the Goblet of Steam at Skyline level

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When people think of Jamaica, they often think of lush, green hills where cannabis and other plants grow easily. Versatile roots artist and Rastafarian Keznamdi grew up in such an area in the hills of St. Andrew on the outskirts of Kingston. The son of parents who played in the reggae band Chakula, he lived at Skyline Levels, which also served as the family's recording studio. As part of Jamaica Week, Keznamdi takes Merry Jane on a tour of Skyline Levels and also talks about his music, his recreational, sacramental and medicinal use of cannabis, why he prefers to grow weed a certain way and consume, and how Jamaica's cannabis climate is changing for the better.

August 6th marks the 55th anniversary of Jamaica's escape from British colonial rule. To mark this occasion, we are proud to present Merry Jane Presents' Jamaica Week. All week leading up to Jamaican Independence Day, Merry Jane celebrates the Jamaican people and the many great things they have given the world – from music, dance and food to the Rastafarian religion, cannabis culture and good vibes.

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