If you’ve just landed yourself a DUI in Southern California, you’re going to need to do the following six things. This list was put together by Michel R. Herron, a top-rated accident attorney. If he doesn’t win your case – you don’t pay!
Elon Musk recently unveiled SpaceX’s latest plans for building cities on Mars: Its Starship rocket. This rocket is 5.5 times taller than SpaceX’s first rocket, the Falcon 1. And could be flying people to space as early as 2020 if Musk has anything to say about it. If all goes according to plan, Musk aims to have the first test flight for Starship within the next one to two months.
Electronic artist Wembi just released a new track titled “Birth of A Movement” off his album “Perspective”. The song is featured below and is also available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Music, CdBaby and all major music platforms. Check out the rest of the album here: wembimusic.com Also be sure to subscribe to Wembi Music Channel and to Wembi productions Facebook page for exclusive contents from the artist Wembi
Metro Boomin pulls out all of the stops for a relentlessly fun, horror-themed tape titled “Issa Nightmare on Elm Street, feel like Jason, Friday 13th”. Checkout our favorite track from the project “Rap Saved Me” below. “I’m gang banging (gang), and I’m dangerous (hey) Smith & Wesson (brrt), and it’s stainless (woo) Brand new Rari (skrt), I’m finna paint it (yeah) She took a xanny (yeah), then she fainted (yeah)”
North Carolina’s own duo of MC’s Phonte and Rapper Big Pooh, better known collectively as Little Brother, have built a cult following over the last 15 years and have achieved underground legend status in the process. They just might be your favorite rapper’s favorite rappers…literally, if you don’t believe me, just ask Drake. They’ve been on somewhat of a hiatus since their split with famed producer 9th Wonder, but this fall they returned with a bangin’ full length album May The Lord Watch, and they’ve been on the road for the last few months promoting it. We were lucky enough to catch their stop at the intimate Peter’s Room, directly underneath the famous Roseland Theater in Portland.
Eric State is an exciting, energetic DJ hailing from the Netherlands. Starting his career at the young age of 15, he slowly worked his way up the ranks, holding down residencies in bars and clubs all over Europe. In 2014, his wife gave birth to their son, which in turn put his career on hold…until now, as he comes bouncing right back with his track ‘Somebody Real’. Eric, who specializes in vocally supported electronic dance music with a feel-good vibe, dug deep into his crate to find an original 1994 recording of ‘Somebody Real’ by Bit Machine and made it his own now, with his second release ‘Somebody Real’.
Wish you could get to know the GOAT of skateboarding? Tony Hawk is in his 50’s, still flipping out of pools. Follow along with Nate Robinson as he tours Tony Hawk’s home.
On the heels of the success from her scorching hot debut video, European songwriter and performer Tina Tara returns with her brand new second single,“Worth It.” On this exciting and fun record, Tina’s bright vocals playfully dance upon a captivating uptempo soundscape that starts with a simple, minimalist beat and bouncy percussion that builds up more and more as the song continues. Tina’s unique style and international influence shines through as the song blends a variety of genres and sounds ranging from EDM and world beats to hip hop all into something truly her own. Check out for “Worth” it on Apple Music, Spotify and other major streaming platforms, and look out for the official video, as well Tina Tara’s next single “Maybe” slated for release in December.
Rapper Snoop Dogg reveals he has a full-time staffer whose only job is to roll blunts for him. Snoop doesn’t have to carry it on him and that is the real benefit.
Beginning Friday, November 15th renowned dubstep icon Caspa will begin a five-week residency at The Black Box in Denver. Each Friday the London-born producer will curate an impressive array of international talent, playing sets that bridge his decades-spanning catalogue. Dubbed “Back to the Underground” the events will showcase and celebrate a range of artists who have continued to forward the culture. Genre mainstays including Coki, Hatcha, Matty G, Sleeper, Six Chakra, Ternion Sound, and Pushloop will all make appearances between November and December. Caspa has been tremendously influential in the classic UK sound. His decision to make Colorado a temporary home-base should be an exciting opportunity for all lovers of bass music. Get Em High contributor Colin Wrenn sat down with the man to discuss the residency as well as his musical trajectory, his love for the underground and what keeps bringing him back to Denver. Check out the interview below, and get tickets to one or all of these guaranteed to sell out shows at blackboxdenver.co or caspaofficial.com now!
King Femi is a Hip-Hop/Rap artist hailing from Atlanta, GA. His latest release is “Young Queens,” a single that takes a new direction after the drop of the more energetic “Rolex.” The song is a more slowed-down trap song with a smooth flow. “Young Queens” was released by Royal Family Productions, LLC and is available on Soundcloud and Spotify. Check it out here first, listen below.
Maxime Boublil was born in Paris, France, into a musical theater family. His father wrote Les Miserables and Miss Saigon, his mother was the first Cosette in Les Miserables in France. As a child, he played cello for eleven years but knew he never wanted to follow in his parents’ footsteps. Maxime studied photography at the Academy of Arts University in San Francisco and after a year realized that it wasn’t for him. He soon found what he was looking for when he walked into a friend’s dorm room one day and picked up their guitar. Soon after, he switched his major to Music in Visual Media and started composing. Maxime eventually pursued a career as an engineer at “Furstock Studios” with three-time aria award-winning engineer Doug Brady, all the while writing his own songs on the side. Realizing he needed to do something with the over fifty songs he had written, he began to produce and record his own music. Listen to Maxime on Spotify and SoundCloud. Follow Maxime on Instagram for news and updates.
Ever since his departure from Degrassi over a decade ago, Drake has mostly stayed in his lane making music, and he’s done so very successfully. As of late though, he appears to be trying to diversify, popping up as Exective Prodcuer on Netflix’s revamped series Top Boy, and now he’s officially announced his newest venture. He announced via an instagram post that he’s joining the ranks of dozens of rappers starting their own cannabis brands. On theme with his repertoire the brand is called More Life Growth Co., and all we really know about it is that their green house looks dope as fuck. Check out the post below, we’re interested to see this unfold.
In 2019 the West Coast is littered with dispensaries of all sizes and styles, and major cities like Portland are especially saturated. It can be hard to find a shop with good prices as well as quality flower and concentrates, and many stores are plagued by uneducated or rude staff. Buried in the northeast corner of Portland, a short drive from downtown portland or PDX Airport stands one of the city’s many hidden gems, Doctor’s Orders Portland Dispensary, a modest independent shop that excels in all categories.
Young Gerald looks to be a patient in a psych ward while tied down to the hospital bed. He shares a kiss with a woman doctor, who escorts the Bay Area native to freedom. The Bonnie and Clyde pair team up to execute a heist in the city, which leads to a high-speed chase with law enforcement.