We live in a society where it’s hard to find true friends and family that won’t turn on you. We often find ourselves walking alone on our journey called life. Nobody is perfect and we are all full of flaws. If you can find solid people that are willing to stick around for your ups and downs, hold on to them because they are rare to find.
“Stick around and you’ll see what it is.” — D. Mack
In this slow Melody song, D. Mack showed the world a different side of him. Throughout the song, he talks about not fronting for people because he doesn’t have to be like everyone else these days. It’s okay to be a male artist while showing a softer side of yourself. There is a balance in music and most new artists cannot balance reality and entertainment.
In celebration of 420, I caught up with well respected DJ, DJ Cee Money & his Urban Hippie crew. Urban hippie, which is a brand and term used to define the overall character of a person with good vibes was founded by DJ Cee Money and his brother in Atlanta, GA. Urban Hippie is not just about the consumption of weed, it aims to spread awareness about cannabis and its health benefits in an unbiased and realistic overview.
During the interview, Urban Hippie representatives addresses the misconceptions associated with cannabis, thoughts on mid, what people should do when they are too high, different forms of cannabis (THC lean), and their annual 420 festival in Atlanta.
Urban Hippie is not just limited to the cannabis industry as they also have a DJ crew and EDM Trap Group that frequently have gigs in events such as Tomorrowworld. Check out their EDM Trap record with the late Bankroll Fresh on Soundcloud.
Keep up with DJ Cee Money on IG @djceemoney & @urbanhippieatl.
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