A livestreamer named Scuffed Justin Carrey films multiple guys getting knocked out by a skateboard in a fight on Hollywood Boulevard. If someone asked me what the “wrong neighbourhood” is, Hollywood would probably be my last guess. People online are calling it a criminal cesspool though. So there ya go, you live and you learn.
TDE’s songstress SZA goes head to head with Kung Fu Kenny in her dope new video for “Doves In The Wind,” a cut from her 2017 album CTRL featuring Kendrick. The action packed video is an interesting juxtaposition against the laid back vibe of the track, but it works. Chec out the video below to see who wins the rumble.
Producer duo Wierd Clvn has emerged with a debut single “Bad Hook.” This hardcore dubstep banger is highly energized with a frantic, futuristic sample at its core and some super heavy drops and synths and banging drums. As indicated by the cover art, this track might melt your face off, especially if you’re on a lot of drugs. With consistent themes throughout, there’s still enough twists and turns to keep it interesting. Be ready for some pretty intense glitch influence as well some reggae sounds sprinkled in, keeping the track grounded in classic dubstep roots. We’re interested to see what’s next from Wierd Clvn, but for now enjoy “Bad Hook.”
The duo known as H09909 (pronounced Horror) have been making waves for a while now with their unique brand of politically conscious, hardcore, punk-infused rap. Known for their theatrical, and aggressive performances, they’ve hit the road with acts like Show Me The Body, Faith No More, Ministry, and others. They are currently on tour with industrial band 3Teeth in support of their debut LP United States of Horror. We caught the Denver stop at the Marquis Theatre where they threw down a highly energized performance that had fans in an all out frenzy. Our friend Tylar Washington-Beechum captured the mayhem, check out the photos below.
The Smokers Club Festival will take place at The Queen Mary in Long Beach, California, in less than a week, April 28 – 29, 2018 featuring Wiz Khalifa, Schoolboy Q, Kid Cudi, 2 Chainz, Lil Pump, Mac Miller, and more! Thesmokersclubfest.com
“It goes one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Buckshots to your back to send your ass to heaven.” This one for sure will have you throwing your hands up at a house party this weekend yelling out “AY” and bouncing to the beat. Photo via the talented @jauwsh.
This year’s 420 in Denver may have been the livest yet. Big name national talent could be found at every venue in the city, and we were lucky enough to host the inaugural 420 On The Block, a musical celebration of our favorite plant featuring an awesome spectrum of local and national acts from all genres including headliners Action Bronson, Break Science (Live Band,) and Matisyahu. The weather was far from perfect, but a little cold and a few clouds has never stopped the party in Colorado, especially not on the high holiday! Enthusiastic fans enjoyed the well curated vendor booths, food trucks and activities, and of course the music.
The Audi Nines is about to go down in Sölden, Austria. The event brings together the world’s best Skiing and Snowboarding athletes, all ready to take one one of the most unique caused ever created. Take a tour with Sebbe De Buck and James ‘Woodsy’ Woods in this GoPro course preview!
Mike G, one of the original members from beloved hip hop group Odd Future, has surprised fans and stoners across the world with the 4/20 release of his new EP, Chase Clouds: a project that came together on its own, during a time where Mike was in an extended creative period. The project stems from the creative process he has been in while working on his debut album Stealth Fighter, a frequency that Mike says he’s appreciative to be operating at.
Lil Xan is spreading his name and sound like wildfire, and his buzz is only growing larger by day. After teaming up with Diplo, the two release the music video for their “Color Blind”, which features Xan facing the consequences of a night of partying hard.
After 100 years of British rule, Hong Kong, gateway between the East and West, has become a special administrative region of China. The city’s residents are now subject to many of the laws of mainland China, including the country’s extreme prohibition on marijuana. These laws are no laughing matter — simple possession of the plant can land you in jail for seven years and cost you over $100k in fines. But in spite of these restrictions, some young Hong Kong natives are willing to brave the risks to get lifted.
When jazz legend Milton “Mezz” Mezzrow took the journey from Chicago to Harlem, he brought with him a lifestyle that would surpass his living legend. A staple at jam sessions of the Harlem Renaissance, Mezzrow became known for having the most potent cannabis the artist community had ever experienced. In fact, his name, “Mezz”, would become synonymous with the high-grade experience, carrying on to the new evolution of cannabis culture, with Mezz Brands. Now the brand is taking over BETA Nightclub for two days of massive 4/20 programming and the launch of the latest formulations crafted by Evolab, with soundtracking by NERO live.
“I was waiting in the Chik-Fil-A parking lot. I had my snapchat app open and was talking to friends. I heard a muffled commotion and when I looked up two women were standing outside of their vehicle under the Chik-Fil-A drive-thru awning. The passenger in the vehicle behind then got out and started brandishing a pistol at the passenger in the front car. Things escalated quickly and a fight broke out.”
The High Times Cannabis Cup is the world’s leading music and lifestyle festival featuring main stage music performances, high-touch exhibitor village, Live Podcast Recordings, culinary experiences, and much more! April 20-22, 2018 at National Orange Events Center -689 South E Street San Bernardino, CA.
A straphanger lit up the morning commute for fellow riders when he sparked a blunt on a Manhattan subway train — and then passed it around to strangers, video footage shows. “If everyone can be miserable on the train together, then everyone can get high together,” proclaims a caption of the video.