With 4/20 just about a week away, the excitement that surrounds the Front Range’s growing number of cannabis-related festivals, shows and events is becoming more and more palpable. But one show in particular has cannabis enthusiasts rolling their joints extra fat. On Saturday, April 22, Red Rocks will play host to some of weed culture’s most vocal members. Wiz Khalifa, Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson and Berner will be joined by Marlon Craft, Chevy Woods and Little Stranger for a show that will surely have an aroma wafting from Morrison to Aurora.
Cannabis is available and accessible in legal states, so starting your journey as a medicinal or recreational consumer is easy. But you will definitely have some qualms about spending on monthly supplies. Making your stash last is the best way to spend less and make the most of it. However, beginners may hardly know anything in this context, making wastage a common concern. Fortunately, conserving your herb is easier than you imagine, provided you are ready to follow a few basics. Here is a beginner’s vaping guide to preventing the wastage of your herb.
On the heels of his acclaimed, self-named- mixtape, Seattle born artist Highway is back with a brand new song and video “Jet.” The young rapper is settling into his new lifestyle as freshly signed artist, and from from the looks of it, he’s enjoying it. While the video is definitely decadent, the melodic song has much more of a reserved and reflective vibe than it does a braggadocious one. So far, Highway is displaying a high taste level and a dope aesthetic, we’ll be looiking out for more of his new releases soon!
Yonnas is an artist’s artist. Over the last decade we’ve seen many iterations of his talent, covering a wide spectrum of styles in various mediums. He’s once again reinvented himself with his latest project, a future dream pop journey that is entirely unique and showcases the dynamic artist’s continued evolution. The title of the track is self explanatory, Yonnas explores the true story of his life in love and addiction. The somber visuals directed by Blake Jackson delve into the surreal and powerfully capture the detachment and numbness experienced by Yonnas and so many others battling demons.
Denver MC Escro linked up with Houston’s GT Garza and fellow Colorado artist Spoke-In-Wordz for “Dceased” a lyrical onslaught that displays the 3 MC’S unique styles. The video, is simple but creative, shot entirely in one take at Noir Studios in Houston, TX. Check it out!
As promised earlier this week, Offset has shared a new song called ‘5 4 3 2 1’ that was produced by Baby Keem. The new song arrives amid rumours that Migos are no longer a trio, with Quavo and Takeoff sharing a new joint single without Offset titled ‘Us Vs. Them’ earlier this month. The song, also produced by Jahaan Sweet, Mike Dean and Ruchaun Maurice Akers Jr. alongside Keem, comes complete with a video shot in an amusement park.
Within the last two weeks, Fabolous has been treating fans with some well-received loose drops. First up was his freestyle over Amerie’s “1 Thing” classic track and shortly afterwards he dropped off his “Say Less” music video with French Montana. Over the weekend, Fab circled back to unveil “Rich Hustle,” his brand new Jim Jones-assisted single accompanied by a visual that would make New Yorkers everywhere proud.
Jack Harlow is all about that fresh lifestyle. The Kentucky-born rapper released his single “Nail Tech” — and the video, which Harlow co-directed with Frank Borin, stars none other than Yung Miami of City Girls. The song features background vocals from C-Tez, who also appears in the clip.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are back with their first new song since 2016. “Black Summer” also marks the band’s first song since guitarist John Frusciante rejoined the lineup in 2019. The track leads the band’s new album, Unlimited Love, which is produced by Rick Rubin and out April 1 via Warner. Watch the video for “Black Summer”
Flume has shared his latest song and video for “Say Nothing” with MAY-A, which is also the lead single from the musician’s forthcoming album Palaces. In the visual, we see MAY-A buried in black sand, interspersed with shots of a motorcyclist dressed in psychedelic gear.
Los Angeles meets North Carolina meets Memphis in this national link-up of YG, J. Cole, and Moneybagg Yo for their new song “Scared Money.” The track will be featured on YG’s upcoming sixth studio album, which will be titled Pray for Me.
Nearly four years after the release of the Grammy-nominated Daytona, Pusha-T fans are eating well once again with the two-part rollout behind the new track “Diet Coke.” Following the overnight streaming release of the song, which boasts production from the artist formerly known as Kanye West as well as 88-Keys, King Push has delivered the official video. As previously teased, Ye is indeed featured in the Omar Jones-directed clip, which brings to mind the “Flava in Ya Ear (Remix)” visual.
Rapper Kanye West shared a faith-filled message in the new video for his single, Heaven and Hell, which debuted Monday across social media. It’s the latest single off of West’s tenth studio album Donda, which was released last summer.
Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa teamed up for the new song “Pop That Trunk.” The track, which marks the deeply complementary artists’ first pairing since the 2020 The Hustle Continues cut “Gah Damn High,”. This horror-inspired video from director Gabriel Hart (a.k.a. Video God) is fire.
Over the past few months, a snippet of an unreleased Polo G song began spreading like wildfire across TikTok. The preview interpolated Michael Jackson’s 1988 hit “Smooth Criminal,” and a song at that level is about as out of reach as sample clearances get for most artists. Polo G, of course, is not most artists.
YG has dropped a new single titled “Sign Language” alongside a motorcycle and low-rider-filled music video. In the song, the Compton-raised rapper glides over a smooth beat while discussing his lavish lifestyle and dealing with haters.
On the heels of a blockbuster opening for Marvel’s newest film, Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings, DJ Snake, Rich Brian, and Rick Ross have unveiled the official music video for “Run It” which appears both in the film and on the official soundtrack to the film titled Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings: The Album.
KiD CuDi – Mr. Solo Dolo III. The official music video was directed By Jason Goldwatch. From the album “Man On The Moon III: The Chosen”. Previous videos featured extremely high production value, this one takes a more relaxed approach. This video mainly features various shots of Kid Cudi smoking his weed in different locations.
After his debut solo album, Dogboy dropped last week, Zillakami continues to assert his rock-heavy sound masterfully. Coming just after his latest LP debuted at No. 2 on Spotify’s Global Chart, he dropped the visual for his anthemic grunge track “Bleach” featuring Denzel Curry.
Kid Cudi has been enlisted by the biggest names in the rap industry recently. Although he’s done features for both Kanye West and Drake, Young Thug was the first to dip into the Cudi magic when he dropped “Moon Man” in April, which also featured Strick.