Meet Odd Squad Family. They are an indy hip hop group from Phoenix, Arizona, that truly inspire with their uplifting and positive lyrics. They are made up of 3 unique individuals, N.U.B.S., Snowman, and A-Factor. Check out their first hit single “So High,” off of their new album that just dropped titled “Welcome To The Family”, which is available everywhere music is purchased or streamed. And if you happen to be wondering where they got all that Mary Jane, check out Encanto Green Cross Dispensary in Phoenix, Arizona. Next time we’re in PHX, we’re tryna roll up tough with these boys, enjoy!
Skrillex’s frequent video director Jas Davis has just shared a next level new video… and recruited none other than Skrillex to soundtrack it. Jas is always pushing the limits with his visuals and this new upload “FRIENDLY FIRE” spanning nearly 2 minutes shows off his artistic visions and insane filming / editing skills. The trippy video is wild throughout, but so is the hip-hop styled beat Skrillex cooked up for it. Check out their other recent video collaboration below and enjoy!
Comedian T.J. Miller has been making headlines with his controversial, philosophical, and hilarious takes. The former Silicon Valley star sits down with Snoop to smoke, promote his recent turn in the Emoji Movie and get philosophical. As they get baked, T.J. and Snoop cover all kinds of terrain, from their fear of death to their worst day jobs to their taste for Totino’s pizza rolls.
It was a mere traffic stop, but the driver was clearly nervous — telling the police officer that she was worried that if she moved her hands, she would be shot. Then the cop, Greg Abbott, tried to assure her: “But you’re not black. Remember, we only shoot black people. Yeah, we only kill black people, right?”
In the words of the bootleg fireworks guy …DAT WAZ AWESOME! You have to give the man a lot of credit for keeping the camera on the action through the entire ordeal.
This cop’s skills are apparently known across the country after becoming a semi finalist on “Britains Got Talent”. Just about the best PR the fuzz could ever wish for.
Bull running is a highly controversial practice in Spain, which is often denounced by animal rights and welfare campaigners. As an animal-friendly alternative, authorities in the town of Mataelpino, near Madrid, replaced the bull with a resin ball, decorated with the face of an angry bull. Unfortunately, rolling such a huge resin ball down a hill towards people isn’t a particularly safe activity either.
All she had to do was swallow the humble pie and wait until class was over, all the while praying the professor didn’t intend to hand it to police. She decided to make a scene instead. She’ll not be passing that class!
Clearly they should have just hopped up on the centre divider, but that’s for them to contemplate while in the hospital. Even kids their age should have been aware that they were parked in a dangerous place.
B.O.B might think the world is flat, but at least he still knows how to roll a round blunt. He went to HotNewHipHop headquarters to show them his swisher rolling technique, which appears to be pretty official. In 2017 though, we were a bit surprised it wasn’t a Backwood. Regardless, Swishers are a great starting point for anyone who doesn’t know how to roll a blunt from a cigar, and Bobby Ray breaks it down pretty simple. If ya don’t know, now ya know.
It’s not especially rare to hear stories of a police officer abusing his power. But it is pretty rare to see a story in which the cop actually records himself doing it. While charges were dropped against the suspect, former Baltimore cops say the case should highlight the need to end prohibition.
Way to kill the vibe bro. Salvatore Ganacci threw the crowd a curve ball while performing at Tomorrowland, and the look on this chick’s face sums it up.
A growing number of young professionals in Silicon Valley insist that taking small doses of psychedelic drugs simply makes them perform better at work – becoming more creative and focused. The practice, known as “microdosing”, involves taking minute quantities of drugs such as LSD, psilocybin (magic mushrooms) or mescaline (found in the Peyote cactus) every few days.
Meet Estaifan Shilaita—Chicago cab driver, loving father, and former boxing champion. From 1968 to 1976, Shilaita was the national boxing champion of Iraq before being forced to flee his home country because of his Christian faith. Although he left his boxing dreams behind, Shilaita eventually found greater happiness than he could have ever imagined.
Power 105’s “The Breakfast Club” radio host Charlamagne Tha God was a guest host on “Ridiculousness” last night and all hell broke loose. Charlamagne has no filter and he kept it real with “Ridiculousness” co-host Chanel West Coast about her rap skills. He said she was wack and she was pissed about it.