Pastor Weed is a Brooklyn, NY-based singer-songwriter and producer. He is also an ordained minister and marijuana farmer whose passion for music was sparked ever since he was a baby. Coming of age, he decided to delve deep into the creative process in order to transform real-life stories into melodies with near-universal appeal. That’s exactly what he’s been up to since the early 1990s. He has remained relevant all along thanks to his innate competency to always stay ahead of the curve or naturally adapt to trends with incredible stylistic flexibility.

His sound is a unique blend that borrows elements from hip hop, soca, dancehall, reggae, pop, R&B, among others. At the end of the day, Pastor Weed does not really limit himself to the kind of music he puts out there.

Well, he is back and comes swinging with that absolute banger of a song dubbed “Aye Aye”- a refreshingly catchy and upbeat piece that makes you want to dance as soon as the beat kicks in.

Set to a soca rhythm with dancehall and hip-hop influences, “Aye Aye” is a fantastic addition to any summer playlist.

Pastor Weed makes his presence felt over the sick beat with his charms and unmatched energy; adding such depth and emotional resonance with his captivating voice that is ideal for the genre.

“Aye Aye” covers a plethora of topics, from giving thanks for life to being happy and enjoying the time you’ve got on earth to the beautiful Caribbean women who move rhythmically to the music.

At its heart, “Aye Aye” is the track that exudes the good vibes and the music you listen to when you are in the mood to lose yourself, be you, and dance the night away in that state of music inspired euphoria.

Pastor Weed has done such a magnificent job to engineer such a dazzling body of work that it feels well positioned to catapult him into the hands of eagerly awaiting fans whose appetite for dancing is at an all-time high.

“Aye Aye” is already streaming on all popular digital channels; follow the attached link, and if you feel the vibe, add this banger to your playlist.

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