Dilla laid it down, and Common spit about it.
It’s been beating down the Mid-Atlantic region the past couple of days.
Jamiroquai had it in his heels. Tonight. Baby.
But I’ve never seen heat like this. Steel Reserve 211 is one thing, but….
“Canned Heat is a cocktail drink made from Sterno. For those not in the know, Sterno is a portable heating fuel, made from what is essentially ethanol and methanol and a couple of other things, none of which is good for you, to put it mildly. The Sterno is poured through a sock or rag to filter out the methanol and mixed with water or alcohol or whatever was on hand. Sterno was especially popular during Prohibition.
The famous blues man Tommy Johnson, was famous for having a penchant for Canned Heat, and one of his most famous songs is called Canned Heat Blues, which, you guessed it, is about a man addicted to Canned Heat.” — Bluescentric