Are you thinking about trying weed for the first time? It’s a big step, and feeling a bit nervous is completely normal. But don’t worry – with the right preparation, your first experience can be enjoyable and safe. In this guide, we’ll share some essential tips to help you navigate this journey. From choosing the right environment to which strain to choose, these tips are your map to a positive and safe first-time experience.
Victoria Monét’s latest triumph, Jaguar II, dropped this summer but we could not let this solar year turn over without lauding the virtues of this gem. A solid listen top to tail, this album gives flavors of candle-lit Neo Soul, Dub Reggae, Alt R&B, and even a few moments of fusion. A particularly juicy moment in this album is Party Girls, featuring Buju Banton. The track has a few distinct movements, each more bumpin than the next. Viral sensation “On My Mama” has produced dance challenges and various cultural memes. As you find yourself in coming moments of winter stillness, curl up with this big cat.
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The Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater in Denver, Colorado, transformed into a hip-hop haven last Friday night, as legendary acts Wu-Tang Clan, Run The Jewels, and Deltron 3030 graced the stage.
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If you’re a classic hip hop head and you weren’t at this show, you missed out on an amazing combination of East Coast and West Coast heavyweights! Denver’s Stay Tuned set things off with a hard hitting set, followed by Def I who took things up another notch. As the house started to fill out, Brooklyn’s legendary MC Masta Ace took the stage with veteran prowess. Performing tracks from various parts of his lengthy career, he reminded fans why he’s one of the most respected rappers in the game. He ran through all of his classics including “Sittin’ on Chrome,” “Beautiful,” and had fans participating in a tribute to his late, great mentor Biz Markie before closing out his strong set.
Dubstep as a genre has become an international phenomenon, filling massive venues and birthing the careers of countless DJ’s and producers worldwide, but like any genre, it has is humble origins. In the case of Dubstep those origins are in dark clubs and on late night radio waves in the incomparable city of London. When delving into the history of this music, a few names will continue to surface, one of those is Dan Lockhart, better known to the world as DJ Youngsta. The famed DJ got his start early, before his teenage years, finessing his way into club sets and performing on borrowed radio frequencies helping to create an underground culture that would go on to take the world by storm starting in the early 2000’s.
The Bay’s Larry June has been in the game for a minute, but in recent years he’s had exponential success and and built what can’t be described as anything other than a cult following. After a series of airtight releases, he’s back on the road for his biggest headline tour yet, Larry’s Market Run, with dozens of dates across the United States and Canada, and a European leg in the works. Larry blessed his massive Denver fanbase with two back to back shows at Summit Denver in the heart of downtown, and we were lucky enough to catch both performances.
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28 years after the release of his acclaimed solo album Liquid Swords, Wu Tang Clan’s GZA is as relevant as ever. He recently embarked on a US tour celebrating his classic album, which included a stop at Denver’s legendary Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom. Despite being a Monday night, the show was completely sold out, packed from wall to wall with OG fans and new heads alike. The sole opener, Nature Boi, brought an energetic and polished set, properly prepping the amped crowd for The Genius with a short but impactful performance.
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It wouldn’t be a proper 420 weekend in Denver without a trip the world’s greatest venue, Red Rocks Amphitheater, especially when the lineup is stacked with weed icons including headliner Wiz Khalifa, as well as Action Bronson and Berner. NY emcees Joey Badass and Marlon Craft rounded out the lineup with serious lyricism. Needless to say, the weed was thick in the air. Despite security’s best efforts, there was thousands of joints and blunts in rotation at any given time. People were generously handing out smoke like candy in true Colorado fashion, and the vibe was top tier at this year’s 420 On The Rocks.
Artist Leo W3st from Chicago’s West Side, alongside producer DommOrElse, recently released his latest project Just HML, featuring a number of talented artists including Mick Jenkins and Jack Social. Leo W3st is making an impact on the independent hip-hop scene with his music, which is both nostalgic and innovative, rhythmic, lyrical, and melodic. The distinctive Just HML features 16 unique tracks, with refreshing beats and sticky hooks throughout. It’s perfect for a cruise around the city. The album is a testament to Leo W3st’s creative power and growing popularity and we’re excited to see what he does next! Check out the album below!
Ain’t no party like a Denver 420 party. Legal weed is mainstream now and with that comes 420 celebrations around the country and even the globe, but Denver’s Civic Center Park has a deep tradition of massive smoke sessions on the highest of holidays, and the once protest/rally has evolved into a proper sanctioned music festival and smoke fest where everyone can consume our favorite plant in peace. This year’s celebration featured the likes of Rick Ross, Waka Flocka, The Alchemist, Tommy Chong, and more! Complete with top tier music acts, massive joints, smoke guns, and plenty of doobies, woods, bongs, and any other method of puffing you can imagine, this year’s Mile High 420 Festival was another one for the books. We teamed up with Armando Geneyro, Anthony Maes, and 3rd Division of Denver’s photojournalist collective TheyShootn to capture the fun. Check out the recap!
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Spark Master Tape is the only name you’ll know him by — the otherwise anonymous rapper, who is speculatively based in California, is most identifiable for his sound. His pitched-down voice, masked face and gloved hands, and consistent protection of his true likeness leaves little else to identify him by. All of these things, in conjunction with his intoxicating and addictive music, contribute to an authentic, growing mystique surrounding Spark and his collective of musicians and artists, the Paper Platoon. SMT went dark on social media in recent years, only briefly resurfacing here and there, further adding to the intrigue for fans awaiting his next album.
Last time we saw songwriting artist ¿Téo? he was doing stadiums with megastar Justin Bieber. He’s back again with a slew of new releases and his own international headlining run, the Sol & Luna tour. ¿Téo? brought his unique blend of rock, r&b, hip hop, and reggaeton to Denver’s Larimer Lounge, where the sold out crowd went crazy for the rising star.