BlueDream Radio – Cannasseur Post #10
As we sign off for the holidays, we wanted to leave you Cannasseurs with a playlist that you can jam to and embrace the new year/decade with. 2019 was a pretty great year policy-wise for cannabis legalization. You can read about our policy round up here.
Whatever your ritual is for the winter solstice, or if you don’t have a ritual, here is our playlist of amazing artists of color for you all to enjoy – and just as a spoiler, it’s a combination of mainstream and underground jams – so enjoy the introduction to some of these amazing artists or listening to other artists that you already love.
Freedom-Love’s picks: These are the songs I curated throughout Season 1. I got these songs from a combination of my love for listening to new artists I find on SoundCloud, and songs that come to mind post-production while I edit our episodes.
- Medication – Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley
- Jammin – Bob Marley
- Love to the City – Lauriana Mae
- Hella Black – Tobe Nwigwe
- Toxic – Dounia
- Stella – Arnold Maivia
- Glow up – Oshun
- Krippy Kush – Farruko, Nicki Minaj, Bad Bunny
- Tequila Mockingbird – Smino
- Whoa – Black Rob
- Toast (Rahpha edit) – Koffee
- No le pegue a la negra – Joe Arroyo: We have not featured this song on any of our episodes, but it is always on heavy rotation in all of my holiday family get togethers (you know, the type that start off small and then half of your family ends up at your crib twirling & dancing? And the night hits its climax when a family member breaks out the karaoke, amiright?).
Our Beloved past guests added their favorite songs:
- Nobody Needs Nobody – Playa Fly from Dr. Shenell Evans
- Halloween – Marilyn Manson from Bree
- Movie Roll – Arnold Maivia from Vixxle Lame (Arnold Maivia was the name of Vixxle Lame’s previous projects).
Eli G’s picks:
My co-host feels like she is super late to the Lizzo party, but has jumped in and unceremoniously conferred the term of Lizzo “Disciple” on herself. One of her biggest Lizzo selling points is the fact that Lizzo is a classically trained flute player and her “give no fucks” attitude about life and peoples negativity – she just wants to spread happiness to the world – who wouldn’t love that?
EliG spent the last quarter of this year writing her heart out and Balun was the artist that helped unlock 10-years’ worth of writers block. Balun, is a quartet from the island of Puerto Rico. These Boricas blend together some of the most unique sounds that can easily place listeners in a trance.
… because who doesn’t like them a little taste of rachetivity seasoned throughout their playlists? King Voz is an underground artist from the Dominican Republic, who resides in New York City.
The best way EliG combats this frigid northeast winter weather is by listening to summertime faves that remind her of a time when weather was so hot and sticky and loved every bit of that humidity blanket. This song was blasting all over NYC this summer.
So yes, another situation where Eli G is super late to the game; Eli G’s niece put her on to Childish Gambino this past week, and that became music she was listening to while cooking and thinking, “why didn’t I listen to Free sooner when he said to listen to Childish Gambino?” In the spirt of all things that reminds us of amazing times of the summer, here’s another summer tune.
Enjoy your holidays! If you’re road tripping, you can listen to our playlist and to catch up/relisten to Season 1 of BlueDream Radio.
A lo largo de la historia de activismo, las madres han comprobado ser el grupo más dedicado abogar para hacer los cambios necesarios que últimamente terminan mejorando el mundo entero. El espacio del cannabis es una área donde las madres están impactándolo no solamente en los Estados Unidos, pero también mundialmente.
Esta semana estaremos conversando con una luchadora para la legalización del cannabis, madre y activista Candela Grossi de La Plata Argentina. Candela nos va a contar cómo se educó sobre el increíble poder de la planta cannabis y como esta planta está ayudando a se hija combatir el autismo. Y como ella está luchando para cambiar los mitos del cannabis en Argentina y en Latino America.
Entonces relájense, fúmense un tabaquito y suban alto con BlueDream Radio!! .
Cultivando en familia con madres Argentinas
Throughout history moms have proven to be the strongest group of advocates for change that ultimately make the world better for all of us. The cannabis space is an area where moms are making an impact not only in the United States, but throughout the world. On this week’s episode, we speak with cannabis advocate, mom, and activist Candela Grossi of La Plata, Argentina. Candela talks to us about how she learned about the powerful impact cannabis has made on her autistic daughter and how she is advocating for change for people in Argentina and throughout Latin America.
So sit back, roll up and get higher with BlueDream Radio. .
@anatijoux “Somos Sur”
@mercedessosaoficial “La Flor Azul” .
Blogs and Articles on:
*Manuel Guzman, biologist, Fundación Canna * Cristina Sánchez, researcher, Canna Foundation On YouTube they have videos talking about the endocannabinoid system. There are also Fernando Sepúlveda from the University of Chile, researcher and José Sepúlveda, a neuroscientist.
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