Smiley – Over You (Official Video)

Viral R&B sensation Smiley releases a vibrant new music video “Over You” directed by vetern videographer DGainz. The young talented songstress has been supplying feel good vibes since her 2019 breakout, and now she returns with the carefree break up anthem.

The Removal of Confederate Monuments

Jeffrey Robinson, the ACLU’s top racial justice expert, discusses the removal of Confederate statues and the conversations around it as a revealing moment in the fight for racial equality. A must watch…this was filmed was years ago.

Kushcoast.com

Looking for cannabis merch? If your answer was ‘yes’, look no further. Kushcoast.com is a site dedicated to selling canna-retail products like top strain stickers, weed jar labels, & half-pound pillows. Kushcoast.com

Ishod Wair & Kyle Walker’s “BE FREE” skate video

Ishod and Kyle have done a lot of miles together and somewhere along the way the idea to share a video project became a reality. From the first trips to the final cuts, they ran it and made it happen. Traveling, skating and filming with your friends—that’s the way it’s supposed to be. Be Free, indeed.

Bella Hadid’s Guide to L.A.

Get California dreaming with Bella Hadid as she takes us on a road trip up the Pacific Coast Highway to a place where the grass is green and the girls are pretty, in her guide to LA. It’s not all platinum hair and permatans, Los Angeles is the City of Dreams, so leave your inhibitions behind you, soak up some rays and let the youngest Hadid sister show you the golden sands of her home turf. California, here we come!

The Iconic Penthouse in NYC

The approximately 10,000 square feet triplex at Hampshire House has unobstructed views of New York City all the way to North Manhattan, as well as Midtown skylines. The Absolute Best of the Best Triplex Penthouse in Central Park History can be yours. Located on the 50-yard Line of Central Park South. The design calls 8,525 square feet of interior space, including five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a grand salon, formal living and dining rooms and an eat-in kitchen. The outdoor living and entertaining space spans 1,125 square feet, including a private, 425-square-foot terrace facing Central Park.

8:46 – Dave Chappelle

From Dave: Normally I wouldn’t show you something so unrefined, I hope you understand. His mother said he should be a griot, but he became a comeidan. Yet still he is the griot of our time. God bless Dave Chapelle, the world needs this man right now.

How To Make Lemon Kush Ice Pops That Get You High

On a hot summer day, there’s nothing better than a refreshing frozen treat to cool you down—and get you high. It turns out that making a THC-infused frozen fruit pop from scratch is pretty easy, and VICE’s Darlene Demorizi is here to show you how.

Philly Blocks – CEO (Prod. By DP Beats)

Crown Prince hailing from the Ville aka Louisville, KY. After giving us the highs & lows of hood life with “Days of our lives” then taking it back down memory lane with “Average”, Philly blocks returns with another record & visual for his latest song “CEO”. The track embodies self affirmation and specifically what makes him not only a 502 street boss but also a lyrical boss and leader of “Team 563”. Go follow @phillyblocks

Will Smith – No Justice, No Peace.

As celebrities from Justin Bieber to Michael B. Jordan step up with statements in favor of Black Lives Matter, another joins the conversation. Will Smith has uploaded several Instagram Stores and a #BlackoutTuesday post, simultaneously linking out to the Obama Foundation in his bio, and his latest initiative is a brief montage of clips in support of the ongoing protests, dubbed No Justice, No Peace in homage to a popular protester chant.

Riots, Looting & Why Whites Love Cops

The entire country is unified about the horrible act police brutality that killed George Floyd, so why are we so divided about the protests of his murder? It all lies in the difference between protests, riots and looting. Also I’ll explain why white people love the cops so much. INDULGE!

TheycallhimAP – Imagine Peace (Single)

Rising rapper AP (TheyCallHimAP) has resurfaced with a new single “Imagine Peace,” a painful reminder of the state of racial injustice in America. The somber track is a first hand look at the devastating and often untold realities of those who have lost loved ones to police brutality, as AP calls out the pattern of media smear campaigns against victims used to justify the senseless murder of black people at the hands of police. It’s clear the Denver MC is almost at a loss for words as he tries to picture a better world where police killings aren’t a part of daily life. He turns the second half of the track over to an audio clip of George Floyd himself speaking over the emotive instrumental.

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