Tallahassee hip hop artist, Byrd Nino, has not one but two full bodies of work. His latest album “I Still Got It”, which we posted about earlier this week, and his 2018 album “Nino Rose”, which is featured below. What album do you all think is best?
Speedy Morman takes viewers on an in-depth look at some of the most aspirational and unexpectedly cool professions that you probably won’t stumble upon in a job search. On this episode of Jobs Unlisted, find out if Speedy can make it as Waka Flocka Flame’s weed roller.
Daryl Johnson, a.k.a. Byrd Nino, hailing from Tallahassee, FL, has been rapping and producing music since he was 13 years old. He has worked with many local artists such as T-Pain, Notty Black and Blood Shot. His latest album “I Still Got It” has a dirty south sound & is a solid body of work from the rapper. Available on all platforms: Byrd Nino – I Still Got It
Eric Abel’s third released single, “Two Young Kids” is a nostalgic EDM/Pop track based on his memories of young love. Eric pieced together the elements of the song using just his piano and Logic Pro X before soliciting the expertise of platinum beatstars.com producer, Omito, to bring the track to the next level. The song beautifully combines the emotion of piano with the upbeat feel of a catchy drop. Check it out below and look out for more from Eric Abel coming soon!
The sixth episode of Canna Cribs, Season 1 released today on major streaming platforms. This episode features Denver, Colorado’s cannabis seed and genetics pioneer Rare Dankness™ and the company’s accompanying dispensary storefront House of Dankness. In this episode, follow along with host Nate Lipton and the rest of the Canna Cribs team as they become the first-ever film crew to tour Rare Dankness’ state-of-the-art cultivation and propagation facility.
Juicy J is back with new heat with Kevin Gates, Lil Skies and Tay Keith. The rappers become CEOs in “Let Me See” and go from trippy to techy. The video was put together by director Joe Well, while the song was produced by Tay Keith.
AZBONG (Smoking Bongs A to Z) located in Southern California, was founded in 2018. They offer a great variety of high quality glass bongs. Take a moment to browse their products. You must be 21 years or older to browse this website and purchase products. Azbong.com
Fake Smile is the latest single by Eivind Husebø. Hailing from Norway, Eivind Husebø is an up in coming guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. ‘Fake Smile’ reminds us that we each have our own situations and our world is deceptive. Every day we smile. What for? Truth or lie? Mask – destroys us. Check ou the track below and make sure to follow @eivind_husboe
Best Meds, located on 2606 West Colorado Ave Suite 200 in the heart of Old Colorado Springs, is having a Grand opening party 3/20/2019 9:00 am until 8PM. There will be food, games, giveaways, tours, and discounted deals. Join us next week to stock up on your favorite strains & products.
Brave pills at the ready as Chris Harris drives 570S’s harder, sharper, faster cousin at the world’s least forgiving circuit… in the wet. Ladies and gents, this is the McLaren 600LT.
Rocketmen is an up and coming series, following riders Jesse Millen and Craig Gouweloos as they blast around western Canada with their friends. Riders include Jesse Millen, Craig Gouweloos, Derek Livingston & Jon Chew.
In the ad “The New Normal” for the cannabis retailer MedMen, director Spike Jonze calls attention to significant points throughout challenging eras within the history of the United States in which marijuana played role. Actor Jessie Williams, who co-wrote the script with Jonze and Tommy Means, provides the elucidating narration.
Ahead of the start of production on Bad Boys For Life, Will and Martin get up to speed in Atlanta and prepare to shoot their third film together. Mike Lowrey: Put the gun down, and get me a pack of Tropical Fruit Bubblicious.
There’s a few things you can expect whenever Tyga is dropping a music video. For starters, you know right off the bat that there will be a lot of ass. It’s pretty much a given that Tyga will get like a hundred women to have a twerking challenge in the background of his video.
Okay, “Mortal Kombat” has always been over-the-top, but spiking a guy to death with blades made of his own blood? That’s a whole new level. The game comes out on April 23.