Everyone knows Las Vegas is the land of adult freedom. But does that “anything goes” mentality extend to recreationally legalized weed? Short answer, kind of.
“Pussy Talk,” featuring one Doja Cat is a gold-drenched music video that backs all the hype the three women rap about themselves as they serve jungle kitty, business kitty, and glam kitty, letting you know exactly what this multilingual “Pussy Talk.” “English, Spanish, and French,” to be exact.
Historic VP pick, Kamala Harris, stops by to the Breakfast Club back in 2019. The U.S. Attorney touched on where she stands on marijuana legalization and the “nasty game” she’ll have to play going up against President Donald Trump in 2020.
Explore how marijuana’s two main active compounds, THC and CBD, affect your brain and body, and what risk factors to watch out for.
Los Angeles based artist JordanL is back with a hot new song and video, “Jump,” produced by Quasi. The energetic banger loosely inspired by the 90’s classic from Kris Kross showcases JordanL’s acrobatic style as he confidently drops clever punchlines with veteran cadence. Just when you think the song is done, the beat switches up and the rising artists closes out with another lyrically impressive verse. We’re looking forward to hearing more from JordanL soon!
In 2016 a Florida man attempted to run from Boca Raton, FL to Bermuda in a home-made, inflatable plastic bubble. Reza Baluchi had been warned by the Coast Guard that any efforts to attempt his journey would be futile and result in severe legal and financial retribution. However, Reza’s convictions and ambition left him undeterred by such threats – he’d been waiting his whole life to do this and nothing was going to stop him. This is the story of that fateful journey as told by the man who attempted it.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion released their song “WAP” with a music video this morning. People on social media pretty much unanimously agreed that the song and production are overall very, very good. Many also reacted in unison to a surprise cameo by Kylie Jenner in the video.
“Gah Damn High” is classic Juicy J fare, packed with hooks and one-liners that range from goofy to flat-out bawdy. The song arrives with a mockumentary-style music video directed by Joe Weil that shows how Juicy J is passing the time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saudi Arabia’s house music production team Vinyl Disciples have been bringing us remixes and original tunes for a while now, and they’ve just resurfaced again with a brand new single, “I Remember.” This upbeat and aptly titled record is dripping with nostalgia from pleasant memories of fun times and passionate love. With mesmerizing rhythms and warm chords at it’s core, this track will have you wanting to get lost on the dance floor once again. Check it out the track and look out for more from Vinyl Disciples coming soon!
Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker joined Run the Jewels on a song called “Forever.” Check out the video and song! Barker previously collaborated with the duo on “All Due Respect” from 2014’s Run the Jewels 2.
It’s no secret that the music industry is flooded with a seemingly infinite amount of new music dropping every single day from both mainstream stars, and lesser known independent artists around the world. With the exception of some well curated Spotify playlists, most fans are left drowning in a sea of new music, and most artists struggling to get their music to the ears of those who just might appreciate it. Enter Minneapolis radio personality Ethan Horace, better known to the world as Mr. Music.
Residents of western New South Wales hoping for rain after a promising forecast from the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) were instead hit by a fast-moving dust storm that blocked out the sun. The dust storm spread from Broken Hill across to Nyngan, Parkes and Dubbo on Sunday, leaving many residents in complete darkness.
Kuwait based producer Shayea Abraham presents his debut release, “I Had A Trace (Dream Mix). The thirty nine minute mix is an energetic medley of heavy pumping trance and techno beats carefully blended to turn up any dance floor. With impressive versatility and seamless transitions, any type of EDM fan will enjoy this impressive debut mix. Enjoy!
“Latin Grammys” is a return to form. Action raps with his signature penchant for 90s sports references and obscure nods to the American pop culture lexicon. “I fly the plane better than Tom Cruise/ Drive cars like Dale Sr. with my feet up/ Lotus pose like Shiva on the floor/ For the fight with my seat next to Jeter/ I told that motherf*cker roll the weed up, please.” The beat was created by Tommy Mas, the main producer on Action’s 2011 debut Dr. Lecter.
Traffic. We’ve all been there—trapped in gridlock, inching along at a snail’s pace, slowly losing our sanity and wishing we could break free. In “Duct Out,” freeride motocross riders Tyler Bereman and Robbie Maddison do exactly that—they escape Los Angeles holiday weekend traffic by parking their truck, hopping on their dirt bikes and ripping through the city landscape to make it their personal playground.