Minneapolis-based Megan Hamilton is a producer and vocalist who creates moody electro tunes that grind and hum in sonic heavens of her own creation. Her latest tune, the 4/20-inspired “G.R.E.A.M,” dropped on every stoner’s favourite day and uses a wiry, breakneck bass line to pull listeners along a three-minute journey. Featuring the vocal work of rapper Will Robinson, “G.R.E.A.M” is an eco/stoner-friendly spin on the Wu-Tang classic “C.R.E.A.M,” and, in a perfect gesture fitting the song’s metamorphoses from cash-ruled to green-ruled, Megan is now offering the blazing track as a free download.

On the song’s genesis, Megan offers the following: “The concept of ‘G.R.E.A.M.’ was originally the makings of any 420 anthem, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized how green is a way of life. Just a couple stoners hugging mother earth. :P”

Fusing deep-house electro with hip-hop, “G.R.E.A.M” seriously bumps from start to finish while Robinson and Hamilton trade verses in celebration of all things green. Produced by Hamilton, the mid-tempo tune is anthemic, subversive, meta, and positive – things we can all use more of in our lives. Even if you don’t dig electro or hip-hop, don’t smoke weed or care much about the ‘green’ movements mercifully sweeping the planet, or have never listened to Wu-Tang – I mean, in that case, you have bigger issues to deal with first – “G.R.E.A.M” is worth your time, so give it a spin already.

Artwork for “G.R.E.A.M.“ by Megan Hamilton