Growing cannabis indoor is one of the time-consuming activities which requires the knowledge related to its growth and the education on the CBD and THC in the industrial hemp derived cannabinoid distributors are the species which is associated with the humans since the pre-agriculture times of human, it was considered […]
By Allison Kugel Melanie Brown aka Mel B has reigned supreme as the spiciest of her bandmates since bursting onto the entertainment scene as Scary Spice in 1996 with the group’s #1 hit Wannabe. With her wild hair, piercings and a raucous personality to match, she instantly began making headlines, […]
WIZ KHALIFA By Jack Barnes Taylor Gang boss Wiz Khalifa returns with a new track called “Gin & Drugs” featuring Problem. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
Opioid By Jack Barnes According to CBS News (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/more-than-one-third-americans-prescribed-opioids-in-2015/), “more than one out of three Americans used prescription opioid painkillers in 2015, despite growing concerns these medicines are promoting widespread addiction and overdose deaths.” Now, leading pain researcher and expert Adam Heller reveals that pain drugs are killing “approximately 175 people […]
Zoey Dollaz By Jack Barnes ZOEY DOLLAZ PREMIERED NEW VIDEO “DRUGS” ON XXL. THE MELODIC TUNE CONTINUES TO KEEP ZOEY ON THE FOREFRONT OF IMPRESSIVE EMERGING EMCEES. WHILE ON TOUR WITH FUTURE, ZOEY KEEPS FANS SATISFIED WITH NEW MUSIC. “DRUGS” FEATURES CA$INO & MCKINLEY AVE. Enjoy this video stream below after […]
Tyson Beckford By Jack Barnes Model and actor Tyson Beckford & Kenya Moore stops by Watch What Happens Live. Tyson talks about why he has no respect for Instagram models, he thinks singer Chris Brown is on drugs prompting Andy Cohen to ask which ones. Enjoy this video stream below after the […]
House Bill By Jack Barnes The war on drugs has harmed the lives of millions of Americans in communities across the country, but there’s no question that its impact has been felt hardest by people of color. A new bill introduced in Congress seeks to begin remedying that.