Always Teste walks around Philly trying to get donations for his cause – an eighth ounce of weed. Ayee “jingle bells, jingle bells, let me get some weed”. Merry Christmas Everyone!
Chicago artist Exclusive MC’s latest release “Peace Not War” begins with a dedication to a number of this year’s victims of police brutality. As the video starts, we find the emcee on the ground seemingly yet another life claimed by racist police. Instead, Exclusive springs to life and begins roaming the streets of his city as he delivers his thought provoking lyrics that touch on a number of issues that came to a head in 2020. Check it out and look our for more from the promising Chi town artist.
Nastya Nass is a vegan twerk icon. Check out this video from her Twerk Tour Miami stop. I’ve said it once & I’ll say it again: This camera guy has the best job in the world.
More and more athletes and celebrities are getting involved in the legal weed game. Legendary Seattle Supersonics power forward Shawn Kemp is the latest, and he’s making history in the northwest as Seattle’s first Black Dispensary owner. Shawn Kemp’s Cannabis, is located at 3035 1st Ave. in the heart of Seattle, a stones through from the infamous Space Needle.
This is the most American-European thing I’ve ever seen. The video surfaced from Angmering Oval Race Club, located in the UK. If I was a chiropractor; I’d most certainly bring business cards with me to this event.
Fresh out of Source magazine, Thousand Times is back at it! This time with a gorgeous track called “G.O.A.T” made in collaboration with 808 Mafia member Big Fameus. The banger is mixed and mastered by Wonder Arillo and marks the second time Thousand Times has linked with the Grammy winning engineer.
There’s a lot of different types of edibles on the market these days. More and more popular are non-thc edibles with other non-psychoactive cannabinoids like CBD. If you’re looking for a hemp based edible that works well with savory flavors be sure to check out Thomy Mayonnaise with hemp seed oil.
F.E.D.S. Magazine doesn’t offer subscriptions. It has no website or social media presence. You can’t find it at Barnes & Noble. But if you’ve lived in many of America’s poor, urban areas or been entangled in its penal system, you’re more than likely familiar with the publication. Its reputation for raw, authentic coverage of the criminal fringe has made it a staple in US prisons.
Synth-Pop duo Martin Brothers return with the official video for their brand new single “So Cold.” The brothers stay on brand with their signature retro-futuristic sound that evokes 80’s miami vibes and a hint of intergalactic energy. The technicolor video follows the duo on their adventures through a night in the Los Angeles underground.
Simone Sullivan treks up to Frisco, Colorado, for a scenic weed retreat in the small mountain town. She checks out her guide’s bong collection before heading out for a snowy hike, and gets blazed for an afternoon of ice fishing. Then she’s treated to a THC-infused feast, complete with weed shots, pie, and a hearty bowl of elk chili.
Yung Goony is taking the industry by storm. In just a year of releasing music he’s garnered over half a million streams along with critical and fan acclaim. The young Detroit artist is showing no signs of stopping with “Federal”, his hottest release yet.
It’s impossible to calculate the impact that Antwuan Dixon’s ‘Baker 3’ part had on skating in 2005. Over the following 15 years, Dixon learned that skating may even be his greatest tool for coping with adversity. In this interview we catch up with the man who has his eyes on the prize—now more than ever.
The HBO Max event celebrates the 30th anniversary of the beloved sitcom and sees the main living cast — Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton Banks), Daphne Maxwell Reid (the second actress who portrayed Aunt Viv), Karyn Parsons (Hilary Banks), Tatyana M. Ali (Ashley Banks), DJ Jazzy Jeff (Jazz) and Joseph Marcell (Geoffrey) — back on the Fresh Prince set. They look back at how they first got involved in the project, with Reid and Jazzy Jeff revealing they didn’t want to do the show in the first place. The group also touches on the impact of the late James Avery (Uncle Phil), and are surprised by the news that Smith also sat down/invited Janet Hubert, the original actress who portrayed Aunt Viv for the first three seasons but left with bad blood.
Rapper NOYZ has spent time around the country and globe growing up, and after honing his craft on the stage for years he’s finally presented his first studio release, Envy. The three track EP displays his precise lyrical ability as he invites listeners into his real life experiences.
DaBaby is putting an emphasis on family in the video for his new single “More Money More Problems.” The artist takes the day in the life approach for the visual, using a fish-eye lens to give fans a tour of his home and property while also spitting about the success he’s had in a short amount of time.