The Joe Rogan Experience is exactly that, an experience. This latest podcast is no different.
The most recent addition to Rogan's incredible series of guests includes a three-and-a-half hour long session with singer-songwriter and fellow drug 'connoisseur' Post Malone.
Coming out as episode #1516 of the famous podcast, Malone and Rogan revealed during the show that they had both taken some psychedelic mushrooms before going on air.
The podcast opened with Malone revealing that he hadn't slept yet and that they were both 'experiencing' a mushroom trip after taking some earlier. Off to a great start.
Post began by explaining that he moved to Utah rather than a massive city like New York City because it's way more peaceful and allows him to focus on his work.
In brilliantly typical Joe Rogan Experience fashion, the conversation soon shifted to drugs, aliens and different dimensions.
Rogan explained: "If you do the right amount of mushrooms, get in a float tank, you can meet aliens.
"That's why I like weed, weed makes you vulnerable and for someone like me, that's a good thing. Just look at all the vulnerabilities in life and the temporary nature of it. It makes me more appreciative. The fear makes it more appreciative.
"Mushrooms are a different animal man, they just bring you to this weird place that's like right next door. It's like a hall pass to this other place, like you get a VIP bracelet, you get to go into another room."
Malone agreed: "But you don't get to go in until you get that bracelet."
The rapper went on to reveal that taking mushrooms during a session with his producer led to an incredible exploratory musical experience for them both.
"I've been doing these microdoses for a while, and you don't really catch it until you do like 10 right off the rip.
"But then I ate these chocolates the other day, these shroomies chocolates. And me and my producer Lou, we made a Coachella set or about two hours based off Roblox.
"And then I sampled it and we made a whole two-hour set off the deal with just a floor-to-the-floor kickdrum and it was the time of my life."
He then went on to admit that absolutely none of his musical creations had come from his own intentions, and are purely the result of accident, just like his Roblox Coachella experience.
In general, Rogan and Malone's reviews of their drug-taking experiences were overwhelmingly positive, both celebrating the fact that drugs had led to a huge amount of creativity in their life and work.
Three-and-a-half hours is a long podcast, but it goes insanely quickly once the two get into their grooves. Later topics of conversation include DMT (of course), whales, the Wild West, aliens, concerts and China.
This one is definitely too good to miss.
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