Have you ever left the dispensary thinking to yourself that it might be time to try growing your own weed? We certainly have, but if you’ve ever tried growing cannabis, then you know it’s a lot of work. Marijuana Home Gardens has changed the game by taking out all of the legwork, and all the guess work out of home cannabis cultivation. They have curated a complete outdoor grow kit with everything you need from basics like soil and pots, all the way to their state-of-the-art outdoor grow huts. They even offer weekly gardening services in AZ! Check out their video here to learn more about this revolutionary way to grow your own strains at home.
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The music video for Juice WRLD’s “Conversations,” recalls the late rapper’s fight with his inner-demons. Steve Cannon shot, edited and directed the visual, which soars through memory lane and captures the thrill of Juice’s life onstage and on the road. FMX riders throw down in front of a larger-than-life CGI devil, while Juice whips out a previously unreleased freestyle at the end of the clip from his tour bus.
Denver based producer and musician Contra Scandal makes his official debut on Gravitas Recordings with Full Circle, a 10 track offering that fully displays his versatile talents. With consistent heavy synths and loose airy drums serving as the bonding agent, each song centers a violin performance tethered to a different regions of the world. Precisely placed vocal snippets, (and even few rap verses from Contra himself on “Mile High Livin,”) keep things interesting and contribute to an impressively cohesive and polished, albeit genre-bending project. Check out Full Circle available everywhere!
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The future is here. Cinematic first-person view or FPV drones have been a growing trend in the drone industry for a few years. Now the world’s biggest consumer drone maker, DJI, is hopping on that wave with its first FPV drone.
“Streets” is off Doja’s 2019 album, Hot Pink, and she’s since been readying a brand new record, Planet Her, slated to drop sometime later this year. Taking a page out of her fans’ book, the rising rap star does the #SillhouetteChallenge herself in the official video, bringing her signature sensuality to the dark track.
Seth talks about picking out his outfit after a year in pajamas, watching the Meghan & Harry interview, catching people’s attention with his ceramic work, developing the perfect ashtray and a lighter you will never lose, his cannabis company Houseplant, testing out new strains with his writing partner Evan Goldberg, and his bad experience with edibles that alarmed Bryan Cranston at the Golden Globes.
NPR invited Rick Ross to perform a Tiny Desk Concert. Ricky Ross is perhaps most known for his bangers, but that’s what makes him such a brilliant choice to perform stripped-back versions of his discography.
Big Sean dropped a collab with the late Nipsey Hussle on Monday night (Aug. 24) with the reflective “Deep Reverence,” on which the two MCs reminisce about their struggle coming up. The song, which will appear on Sean’s upcoming Detroit 2 album (Sept. 4), was produced by Hit-Boy, along with Rogét Chahayed, Audio Anthem and G. Ry, and it features the two MCs coming together on the chorus, “F–k rap, I’m a street legend/ But I’m the don ’cause the streets said it/ Block love me with a deep reverence.”
Directed by Andrew Donoho, the accompanying visual follows the album’s horrorcore theme and sees the two on a mission to eliminate a zombie-like character. 21 and Metro Boomin are joined by Honorable C.N.O.T.E., and they find themselves searching a creepy and abandoned structure before being confronted by the horrifyingly bloody creature.
“What’s Next” from Drake’s latest three-track offering Scary Hours 2 is heading straight for the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 list, according to Chart Data.
This upload might be as close as many of us have ever been to experiencing a live Daft Punk show. Their live performances are some of the most revered tours in electronic music history, and being able to see a high-quality video of the performance is very special. Check out this rare footage, we’re going to miss our robot friends.
New York Rapper and cannabis entrepreneur Infamous Billa originally rose to fame in 2019 when his parents were involved in a now notorious college admission scandal. The rapper has since flipped the media hype into hundreds of thousands of streams, and in an effort to right wrongs, he’s using his music to bring attention to his “Free Education” movement. He’s back with a brand new song and video, “Routines.” While Imfamous Billa might be working for a good cause, he’s still not afraid to talk his shit on this confident new record.
It’s been a long time coming, but the first-ever estate-approved Notorious B.I.G documentary premiered on Netflix last night. Biggie: I Got A Story To Tell has been four years in the making, and if you haven’t watched it already, get some popcorn and blunts ready.