2 Chainz samples high-end cuisine (literally and figuratively) prepared by Michael Magallanes, the founder of Opulent Chef and one of America’s Top 10 Cannabis Chefs according to GreenState. But how high is 2 high? From MOST EXPENSIVEST
Travis Scott shares the video for “Wake Up” featuring The Weeknd, a cut off of ASTROWORLD album. The black-and-white visual for the record was directed by Jonah Hill and finds La Flame walking through a huge mansion while a number of bodies are scattered around the premises appearing to be asleep. As Scott walks around, everything begins to levitate, including Travy himself.
Danny talks about leaving Los Angeles and moving to South Carolina, trying to make new friends, trespassing to steal shark teeth, hanging out with Bill Murray, his crazy day with Kanye West, and his new HBO show “The Righteous Gemstones.”
Tyga gives Joe La Puma a tour of his sneaker and clothing collection for Complex Closets and shows four different closets, a huge array of BAPE shoes, Louis Vuitton clothes and sunglasses, and 1-of-1 customs.
Hip Hop Artist Richard Ennis, AKA Trippy Trip, dropped his new album titled “The Interview” earlier this year. The project features 13 tracks, “Chill”, “Best Friend”, and “Ordinary” are a few of our favs. Hailing form from South Jersey the humble rapper classifies his music to be conscious hip hop. He writes to inspire others and because he loves the culture of hip hop immensely. Don’t let his name, Trippy Trip, fool you; Rich strongly advocates for a drug free and positive life. His example and music are both definitely inspirational and “The Interview” doesn’t disappoint. Check it out below and make sure to give Rich a follow here: @trippy156
Only a little over a month since Tyga dropped his seventh studio album Legendary, but the hip-hop hitmaker is already back with a new single. “Bop” teams up Tyga with YG and Blueface for a West Coast banger that should hit strip clubs throughout the coast.
Taking place on the basketball court, Gerald and T-Raww suit up for the “Tycoons” and lead their team to victory, all while getting help from Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns, who throws down a few alley-oops in the process. Kirko Bangs also makes a cameo on the team as well.
Academy Award nominee Eddie Murphy portrays real-life legend Rudy Ray Moore, a comedy and rap pioneer who proved naysayers wrong when his hilarious, obscene, kung-fu fighting alter ego, Dolemite, became a 1970s Blaxploitation phenomenon. “Dolemite is my name, and f—– up m—-f—- is my game,” the NSFW trailer shows Murphy’s Rudy Ray Moore saying.
Roc Nation artist Darnell Williams, known to many as simply Darnell, is a busy man. He’s been on full court press all year dropping an onslaught of consecutive singles and EP’s, and now he’s back with his latest effort, the six song EP Bail Money, out on the newly founded and already highly respected 12 Tone records, home to heavyweights like Anderson .Paak and more. With six songs, all running less than 3 minutes, it’s clear that the young artist isn’t wasting any time on this project. Darnell is highly ambitous, highly energetic, and highly confident, and Bail Money is a bold testament marking his official arrival in the rap game.
D.C. rapper GoldLink will soon head on tour with Tyler, the Creator, and in anticipation of their shows together, the two artists have shared “U Say,” a new collaboration also featuring London rapper Jay Prince.
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B Real, Vanessa Lavorato and Miguel Trinidad host a cannabis-infused dinner party where the topics of conversation range from Mal’s worst edible experience to restorative justice for cannabis convictions. Guests include retired NBA players Al Harrington and Matt Barnes as well as VICE’s Dee Nasty and Jason “Cheech” Hall.
Big Weed is already here. The very biggest cannabis companies in the world, Canopy Growth, owns over a dozen brands (like Tweed). Based out of Canada, business is good after the legalization of recreational marijuana. “Our goal is to be big and to be successful,” says Jordan Sinclair, the VP of communications at Canopy Growth. Is there space in the legal weed economy for corporate cannabis and boutique bud?
We hear a lot about CBD and it’s benefits in the papers and on the news, however they’re often brief insights. Here is a blog post that provides a greater insight into the pros of CBD.
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