Marijuana Model Lauren Marie

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Ms. Lauren Marie, also known as—The Lauren Marie Show, is quickly becoming a recognizable name within the cannabis community; so much so that many fake or fraudulent accounts—bearing her name and likenesses—are being created by her fans every single day on Instagram.

Marie’s slim and tender shaped physique, oftentimes wrapped in gorgeous grey clouds of reefer smoke, coupled with her young and extremely attractive facial appearance—caught the attention of The Ganja Girls, the fastest growing marijuana centric entertainment online brand—dedicated to raising the general public’s awareness of just how normal the use of recreational and medical marijuana is; and ever since then, The Lauren Marie Show has blossomed at the forefront—of the 100 billion dollars a year marijuana industry.

We got the chance to kick it with the exceptionally fine and sexy—Ms. Lauren Marie—and this is what she had to say about life and death, her most memorable modeling moment, and how she overcame her addiction to Xanax.

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Chef Kizzy Kooks reveals her top 5 cooking tips

Today’s guest, Chef Kizzy Kooks, is a personal chef/owner of Sinful Indulgence Catering (SIC), a Brooklyn-based company that’s recognized for giving its customers the best meal that they have ever had; and through word-of-mouth, news of SIC’s mouthwatering dishes have catapulted Chef Kizzy’s name, to be mentioned as one of the “go-to” chefs for Caribbean cuisine in New York City.

Examiner caught up with Chef Kizzy, amidst her busy schedule, and during our illustrious conversation, she revealed her top 5 cooking tips, the one ingredient that she always keeps in her kitchen, and the perfect meal for President Barrack Obama.

Click Source link below and be inspired, one appetizing word at a time.

Source: Chef Kizzy Kooks reveals her top 5 cooking tips – New York life coach | Examiner.com

Meet celebrity event decorators: Amanda Saint-Val and Andrea Gilgeous

In today’s age, a flawless event is worth more than a thousand words, and its unforgettable-memory will forever be etched in the brains of its attendees. In today’s age, a flawless event is worth more than a thousand words, and its unforgettable-memory will forever be etched in the brains of its attendees. Where art imitates life, an extraordinary event is its luxurious backdrop.

The know-how, or design wizardry, to produce or coordinate such memorable events, takes countless hours of preparation, marketing, and teamwork.

Today’s guests—Amanda Saint-Val and Andrea Gilgeous, exemplify the real essence of a great event decorating team. Together, they operate Primrose Couture Events, one of the most sought-after event planning firms in New York City.

We sat down with the intriguing Brooklyn duo, and this is what they had to say…

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Silas Blak talks ‘#BlakFriday: The Mixtape’ – AXS

 

AXS caught up with Seattle’s wordsmith—Silas Blak, and he kindly talked about his newest release, #BlakFriday: The Mixtape; and midway into their illustrious conversation, Blak discussed the greatest obstacle he had to overcome, and his most-memorable Hip-Hop moment.

Read below and be inspired, and find out why Blak is labeled one of the most intricate emcees in Hip-Hop.

AXS: What was life like growing up in Seattle, Washington?

Silas Blak: Very different than New Jersey and rural North Carolina, which is where I was born and I lived before moving to Seattle via big ships. It’s like Hip-Hop in private, we watched the rest of the world do Hip-Hop, and as the fourth corner, a lot of kats just carried on as if the rest of the world would know sooner or later. Growing up here gave me exposure to all the forms of media and different tongues that all grew with Hip-Hop.

AXS: Who are some of your musical influences?

SB: Horn players in general are the illest; the breath control and nuances of the instrument itself master a track. As far as emcees go—Chuck D, Chubb Rock, Q-Tip (the elusive emcee), Brand Nubian, Redman, sh^t the illest… I’m a Jersey emcee defined in the Northwest, so instruments and voices are all the same here.

READ entire interview: Silas Blak talks ‘#BlakFriday: The Mixtape’ – AXS

The Ghost Ease releases ‘Qwi Mai Yab’ music video

 

Imagine a sublime world devoid of limitation.

Where the astral sound of The Ghost Ease, a Pacific Northwest grunge/rock band, which consists of singer/guitarist Jem Marie, bassist Laurence Vidal, and drummer Nsayi Matingou, is romantically drizzling out of sound clouds, and landing softly in the eardrums of music lovers everywhere.

Then also imagine, written across the globe’s foggy canvas, are the eerie words—Qwi Mai Yab, and then it happened. Continue reading The Ghost Ease releases ‘Qwi Mai Yab’ music video



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Top 10 most-viewed American battle rappers

According to battle rap’s music index—VerseTracker, Filipino battle rappers dominate the worldwide most-viewed category; but in this article, we will be focusing on the top 10 most-viewed American battle rappers.

Coming in at No. 1 is Arsonal Da Rebel. He has been viewed 38,900,140 times, and averages 1,023,688 views per battle. He has traveled the globe, battling a total of 62 times.

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Living life is like playing Minecraft in creative mode

Thoughts are occurring inside our hearts everyday.

Our brains are fashioning these concepts by the truckloads; some logical, but the majority seem too fantastic to obtain.

There is a reason behind our thinking, which is rooted in our desires and fears.

Everything in the universe was made for us to use. The air we breathe, the water we drink, or the food we eat, are all at our disposal, just like playing Minecraft in creative mode.

Men and women have created civilizations, while destroying a part of nature in the process; but somehow—there is always an unlimited supply of natural resources at our disposal. It never runs dry; Earth’s storehouses are always filled to the brim. It’s like we’re living in Minecraft, on creative mode.

But who made it so? Did our developer/developers input these resource codes when creating us as humans in their game of life?

Whatever the case may be, there’s no need for us to compete against each another. We need to focus on collectively overcoming the creepers, zombies, skeleton archers, and our other enemies in this game called life. We all have access to the universe and its resources, so let’s start creating the beautiful thoughts that we are envisioning.

Hold on to your mental images, and think into existence the resources that you will need to create them. The supply is unlimited, so your imagination has to be infinite. No idea is too big for you to accomplish, and the sky is only the limit.

Wealth is yours, wealth is mine, and wealth is ours. There’s no need for us to compete for wealth because the supply is unlimited. Before anything runs out, we can create more of what we need in our minds.

Be grateful because you are a thinking substance. See the good in everything, and create in faith a new world that will be of some benefit to ours. Have faith in what you think, and poverty doesn’t exist inside of a rich and creative mind. Act now because a mind is a terrible thing to waste.

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Kendrick Lamar – King Kunta

Kendrick Lamar – King Kunta (Lyrics)

I got a bone to pick
I don’t want you monkey mouth motherf*ckers sittin’ in my throne again
(Aye aye ni^^a whats happenin’ ni^^a, K Dot back in the hood ni^^a)
I’m mad (He mad), but I ain’t stressin’
True friends, one question

B*tch where you when I was walkin’?
Now I run the game got the whole world talkin’, King Kunta
Everybody wanna cut the legs off him, Kunta
Black man taking no losses
B^tch where you when I was walkin’?
Now I run the game, got the whole world talkin’, King Kunta
Everybody wanna cut the legs off him

When you got the yams (What’s the yams?)
The yam is the power that be
You can smell it when I’m walking down the street
(Oh yes we can, oh yes we can)
I can dig rapping, but a rapper with a ghost writer?
What the f*ck happened? (Oh no) I swore I wouldn’t tell
But most of y’all share bars, like you got the bottom bunk in a two man cell
(A two man cell)
Something’s in the water (Something’s in the water)
And if I got a brown nose for some gold then I’d rather be a bum than a motherf*ckin’ baller

B*tch where you when I was walkin’?
Now I run the game got the whole world talkin’, King Kunta
Everybody wanna cut the legs off him, Kunta
Black man taking no losses
B*tch where you when I was walkin’?
Now I run the game, got the whole world talkin’, King Kunta
Everybody wanna cut the legs off him

When you got the yams (What’s the yams?)
The yam brought it out of Richard Pryor
Manipulated Bill Clinton with desires
24/7, 365 days times two
I was contemplatin’ gettin’ on stage
Just to go back to the hood see my enemies and say

B*tch where you when I was walkin’?
Now I run the game got the whole world talkin’, King Kunta
Everybody wanna cut the legs off him, Kunta
Black man taking no losses
B*tch where you when I was walkin’?
Now I run the game, got the whole world talkin’, King Kunta
Everybody wanna cut the legs off him

I was gonna kill a couple rappers but they did it to themselves
Everybody’s suicidal they don’t even need my help
This sh^t is elementary, I’ll probably go to jail
If I shoot at your identity and bounce to the left
Stuck a flag in my city, everybody’s screamin’ “Compton”
I should probably run for Mayor when I’m done, to be honest
And I put that on my Mama and my baby boo too
Twenty million walkin’ out the court buildin’, woo woo!
Ah yeah, f*ck the judge
I made it past 25 and there I was
A little nappy headed ni^^a with the world behind him
Life ain’t sh^t but a fat vagina
Screamin’ “Annie are you ok? Annie are you ok?”
Limo tinted with the gold plates
Straight from the bottom, this the belly of the beast
From a peasant to a prince to a motherf^ckin’ king

B*tch where was you when I was
(By the time you hear the next pop, the funk shall be within you)
Now I run the game got the whole world talkin’, King Kunta
Everybody wanna cut the legs off him, (King) Kunta
Black man taking no losses
B*tch where was you when I was walkin’
Now I run the game got the whole world talkin’, King Kunta
Everybody wanna cut the legs off him

We want the funk
(Now if I give you the funk, you gon’ take it)
We want the funk
(Now if I give you the funk, you gon’ take it)
We want the funk
(Now if I give you the funk, you gon’ take it)
We want the funk
(Do you want the funk?)
We want the funk
(Do you want the funk?)
We want the funk
(Now if I give you the funk, you gon’ take it)
We want the funk

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Ikey – Roslin’s Basement (Music Video)

Check out this dope music video < Roslin’s Basement> by Ikey, a Harlem-born/Nigerian-raised DMV native. The song is off of his 9-track  EP, Green Card, which touches on socially conscious issues, while addressing what it’s like growing up amidst different cultures.

Watch the visual above, and support good Hip Hop artists.

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Three Black Boys: Tomorrow After Supper (Volume 1)

 

Overview: Three Black Boys: Tomorrow After Supper by Zangba Thomson is an interestingly powerful and incredibly relevant story that reflects some hard truths about urban America and the turbulent times that we live in. The multi-cultural cast of characters weaves a powerful tapestry of events that shares the plight and strife of three teenage boys, who put their lives on the line to find financial aid for a woman who has only a month to live. Although they have good intentions, the boys are taken on an adventure of a lifetime, which ultimately brings them on the threshold of death, only to discover a power greater than any of them had ever imagine.

 



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