Who is Afro Man? Afroman is Coming to Trinidad!

Afroman was born Joseph Edgar Foreman on July 28, 1974,
in Los Angeles, California. He began recording songs independently in his early teens, which became popular among his classmates. He released his first in 2000.

The title track, “Because I Got High” is a comical account of lack of productivity brought on by cannabis use, and spread on the file-sharing service Napster before gaining national attention on The Howard Stern Show. The song spread internationally in 2001 where it reached #1 on nine international charts and #13 in the US, being featured in films such as Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Afroman was nominated for a Grammy award for the song in 2002.

Afroman has since had a prolific career, releasing over 10 albums in his 20-year career and sharing the stage with acts such as Cypress Hill, Deftones, and Method Man. An advocate for cannabis legalization, a remix of “Because I Got High” was released in 2014 highlighting the usefulness of marijuana.


Afroman is Coming to Trinidad!

On the Bus Productions presents:

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 – 1:00 PM
Ol’ Yota Music Hall
38460 US-350
Trinidad, CO 81082

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Afroman, Nappy Roots, Comedian Wyatt Mock, Comedian Chris Mackey, Old Man Saxon, JMayZ

Other performances by DJ Frizzy Fresh, DJ Spacely, Mikey BrZrKr, Attikan Troll, Dred, tRax a Trillion, Yan$eth, Rockstar Kidd, Roddie Flaco and Sunami.

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