The legal weed business is expected to be worth $50 billion dollars within the next decade. And one 21 year old college senior is hoping to bring some very expensive bongs into the marketplace via the art world.
Marvin Mayo is an Athabascan/Inupiaq artist hailing from Fairbanks, Alaska. He just released an album inspired by Breaking Bad! It’s titled “Are No Stars After All” and is a concept album about a city, people and irresponsibility. With sarcastic lyrics inspired by Jimi Hendrix (and many more), somewhat of a lofi hiphop influence of production, and a little less sunlight everyday, this is the first album produced, mixed and mastered by Marvin Mayo. You can hear some of his musical influences such as Andre 3000, J.Cole, and MF Doom reflected in Marvin’s music. Check out the entire album here and stay up with Marvin on Twitter @GoodVillainLLC
By now you’ve had long enough to comprehend all that went down at the 2019 World Surf League Tahiti Pro, from Owen Wright’s helmet-clad victory to the behind-the-scenes antics captured in STAB’s No Contest. Which means it’s the perfect time to drop this Sessions edit, which is full of extra bombs and cringe-worthy wipeouts.
Producer Gabrielle Watson, better known by her stage name A Hundred Drums, just released her debut album on Valentines day. The album is a self-titled, seven track offering that blends a wide array of genres and sounds into a cohesive and original soundscape that feels both ancient and futuristic. Listeners are sure to get lost in the web of intricate percussion rhythms and powerful synth voices that drive the project. The California native is currently residing in Denver, CO, revered by many as The Bass Capital, and we got a chance to talk to Gabrielle about the new EP as well as some other things she’s working on. Check out the intervew below, and be sure to check out her debut EP, A Hundred Drums, out now on esteemed label Gravitas Recordings.
People are stressed out, and insomnia is a common problem for people from all walks of life. A lot of people are avoiding over the counter and prescription sleep aids and turning to cannabis and hemp based CBD products. Sleepy CBD Tincture from EGO Los Angeles is lab tested for safety and potency, if you are on the hunt for a CBD sleep aid be sure to check them out!
For those who don’t remember the whole internet explosion just a couple of weeks ago, well, Ford might’ve been a part of a controversial decision. They didn’t necessarily do anything egregious. However, it turns out that Mustang fanatics weren’t too happy with the use of the name on the new Mustang Mach-E. For those who have been living under a rock, the Mach-E is an electric crossover similarly sized to the Ford Escape. If you’re looking for more details, they can be found right here.
ZΔCH R Ɇ Ɇ V Ɇ S is an up and coming EDM producer. His latest track melody features an amazing female vocalist leaving us wandering “Who was that signing”? The track is a banger and definitely worth a listen. Check out @zachreevess on Twitter and stream “Melody” below. Enjoy!
Ro$ewood Renegade, hailing from Austin, Texas is relying on his himself to get the next level. “Knockin” is a song about that exactly, as Renegade raps about Knocking on the music industries door. Previously Renegade and his brother Deezle started their own rap duo called ‘Double or Nuttin’, becoming local celebrities at school and in their neighborhood. He’s been working hard ever since that to grow as a solo artist and is taking hold of this moment to step into the spotlight. The only place to get Ro$ewood Renegade’s new mixtape “In My Own Lane” is by going to his website.
Marijuana is a projected 55 billion dollar industry that’s only available for adult use in just 11 states and medically legal in a little over half the country. As fortunes are being created and millions of dollars are being invested, over-regulating and restricted access have placed the wealth of legal marijuana into the hands of a select few, causing Democratic presidential candidates to use phrases like reparations or restorative justice in describing their plans for federal legalization.
Atlanta’s dynamic duo EarthGang have been on a roll for the last year or so and they show no signs of stopping. They had a few excellent contributions on Dreamville Records’ grammy nominated, certified gold album, Revenge of the Dreamers III, and their debut LP Mirrorland is a rock solid exhibition of their multidimensional talents. The two MC’s, Olu and WowGr8, are on a national tour to support the album along with Chicago great Mick Jenkins, and Portland’s up and comer Wynne. Their Feb 3rd appearance at Cervantes Ballroom in Denver marked EarthGang’s 11th consecutive sellout show on the tour, and we were lucky enough to experience the party. Their incredible performance lived up to high expectations, check out the photo recap below captured by our friend Blake Jackson. After this unforgettable show, we’re looking to forward to seeing what else EarthGang has in store for 2020.
Musicash recording artist Katrina Stuart released her very first album “Under My Skin” worldwide on November 14th. Katrina’s first single was already favorited by fans around the world upon its release. Katrina Stuart originally from Toronto, Canada currently living in Los Angeles, CA where she has made a name for herself while pursuing her dream of becoming a top tier artist. She has over 500K Instagram followers, and uses her platform to inspire her listeners and fans to pursue their own dreams. Follow Katrina on Instagram for updates or you can watch her show sponsored by Musicash on THEmctv.com.
Tattoo copying is a huge phenomenon and these artists are putting their foot down. Watch these tattoos compare tattoo copies to the original design.
Los Angeles based dance music producer MeowWow makes her official debut with “Galactic Wonderland,” the lead single off her forth forthcoming EP called “Neon Jungle”. With a dynamic electro feel, and an infectious groove, the track features curious, progressive house beats that melt into 80’s synthwave melodies, taking listeners on a cosmic journey that is refreshingly playful and fun. True to her brand, MeowWow fights for the conservation of Big Cats around the world by donating 10% of all her profits to the Nat Geo Big Cat Initiative.
The true star during the emotional conclusion of ‘Her’. Even his forehead is expressive. Can his forehead win an Oscar? Either way it’s a good laugh.
Marijuana is now legal in Michigan and in the town of Niles, people were lined up to get it. One of the patrons was a young man named Fredrick Miller, who Jimmy Kimmel searched high and higher to track down to join them on the show.