The man who gave the Wailers their “Natural Mystic” and pushed the frontiers of dub music at his Black Ark studio has never lost his creative mojo, even at the age of 78. In the fourth and final installment of this exclusive interview with Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry he discloses that he was once addicted to ganja, and that too much music and/or fire and/or weed in his head made him crazy. “They want to find out whether it’s me singing or the ganja singing” he says. “It’s better when me sing. If the ganja can sing, it ah go take you to a height that you can’t come back.” Scratch doesn’t want his fans or anyone else to get addicted to ganja just because of “style”.