California Reggae band Soul Majestic releases the medical cannabis anthem of the summer, “Medical Condition (215).”
With government authorities cracking down on medical marijuana dispensaries across the country, this timely tune makes light of a serious issue: safe and legal access medical marijuana for those who need it most.
The video weaves its way through a day in the life of a patient seeking to fill his medical marijuana prescription. From the sexy doctor to the DEA, from the gang bangers to the dispensary itself, the video casts a humorous light on a white hot national issue. Proposition 215 was passed by California voters in 2001 legally permitting doctors to prescribe medical marijuana to qualified patients.
The song and video is grounded in reality for Soul Majestic lead singer Oriana Sanders who utilized medical marijuana as critical healing tool in her recovery from Hodgkins Lymphoma cancer in 2007.
Co-lead singer Eric Iverson said, “The issue of safe and secure access to medical marijuana is an important issue for us personally. Within our family, within our community and across the country, cannabis plays an important role to help the suffering and sick. We believe this video, while tongue in cheek in its approach, shines a bright light onto medical cannabis.”
“Medical Condition (215)” and the dub version are both available for purchase on iTunes.
“Medical Condition (215)” video was directed and produced by Tim Cash and Far From Earth Films.