Los Marijuanos is a musical group formed in Chicago, Illinois in the late 1990's. With their strong R&B hooks sung by PonyBoy and stories of real life situations of the Barrio, the War on Drugs and the marijuana legalization movement, Los Marijuanos is seeing growing popularity amongst the Latin Hip Hop community and beyond. The group has worked with many other Latin Hip Hop artists such as: Baby Bash, Coolio, Psychodrama, Co-Still, Kinto Sol, El Chivo, Latin Assassin, So-low, FCM Click, The Untouchables and others. 
Los Marijuanos was formed in Chicago. The members are a revolving trio with front man Pony Boy as the anchor to the group. The group quickly became an attraction in the hispanic, Hip hop and marijuana advocate communities. Los Marijuanos made a name for themselves performing at lowrider shows, hemp legalization rallies and festivals.
Los Marijuanos are modern Day Hemp Freedom Fighters.
Preaching the legalization vibe everywhere they go!
their music can be defined as “good get high music” by their legions of fans worldwide. Their music is for the patients, the growers, the care givers, hemp believers, smokers and the tokers as well as the weed sellers all over the world.
The group released their first album Puro Pleito / Pure Drama on Sept, 24, 1999 on Chicago based indie label Wicked Entertainment. Pure Drama was a fusion of pot inspired lyrics delivered with Pony Boy’s spanglish flow over groovy beats. Pure Drama also had appearances by E.C Illa, and Mob Axshin.
After the success of Pure Drama, Los Marijuanos with Wicked Entertainment released their 2001 follow up entitled “The Smoke Out”.
Once again Los Marijuanos satisfied their audience with tales of all things green.
With appearances by Chicago artists Psycho Drama, Triple Darkness, Disco & Vibe and nationally syndicated radio host Mancow muller “The Smoke Out” became an instant hit.
Prior to the release of “The Smoke Out” Los Marijuanos was engulfed in a huge controversy with rap trio Cypress Hill.
Apparently west coast rap group Cypress Hill along with Jane’s Addiction, Deftones, Downset. and Everlast had formed a supergroup using the name Los Marijuanos. This prompted Wicked Entertainment to send all parties including Paul Rosenberg, manager of Cypress Hill & Eminem a “friendly cease-and-desist letter stating that the group has recorded under this name since 1998, and that they would appreciate it if the California collective would come together under another name.
Four time High Times Cannabis Cup players in Amsterdam.
Five time Windy City Weed Fest players.
Five time Million Marijuana Marchers in Chicago, IL.
Five time Seattle Hempfest players.
Five time Ed Rosenthal's Wonders of Cannabis players.
Five time Portland, OR Hempstalk players.
Five time Million Marijuana Marchers Portland.
Five time Eddy Lepp event players.
Norml Convention '08 players.
Madison, WI Weedstock players.
Th group has also featured in a lot of magazines like; Hightimes Magazine, Skunk Magazine, Treating Yourself Magazine, Las Vegas Weekly, I Network Magazine, The Source Magazine, XXL Magazine, Murderdog Magazine, etc