Bay Area emcee Ash DaBlunt is not your average rapper; he comes from a multi-cultural Northern California background which includes Jamaican, Creole and Indigenous American roots so it is no wonder his new track, “Put In The Work” and songwriting expertise has gained applause by many.
UBO MAG recently teamed up with Benicia, CA-based ALTWELL to share with our readers honest and ethically grown products offered for those who are in need of relaxation, to aide anxiety, stress and relieve pain.
“It is no wonder that his new song, “Ride with Me” featuring Nytelife, C.E.O. of Tent City Recordings out of Oakland, CA is poppin’ with fresh bars. Shayn comes with it lyrically bringing a melodic double-time delivery while keeping it real with Nor-Cal flava where he is from.” ~ Aaris A. Schroeder, UBO MAG – Editor-In-Chief
By Jhantu Randall
Staff Writer & Contributing Poet
Thomson wears multiple writing hats with ease and grace, taking joy in everything he does. Regardless of how technical and tedious a task might be, Thomson finds positivity and creativity in it and forges a path for aspiring writers who will come after him.
Daniel Keane, hailing from the UK’s latest track “Lose U,” released May 29, is a beachy-bop about long-distance relationships.
“South Carolina raised me and Atlanta made me;” which is a phrase U4L Goyard coined.
Living in Atlanta since he was 12-years-old, he knew he wanted something great to come out of his life.
RonDavoux Records DLabrie recently made his journey to Asia to perform as he frequently does. This year was a different experience as he found himself not only recording his, “UP” video in Japan but was incarcerated during the time that CoronaVirus was beginning to emerge.
Seattle, WA rapper’s Trevionne’s new singles “At The Bank,” is one of his latest project showcasing his progression as an artist and the journey he has been on. “At The Bank” highlights his stance in the lyrics of this song.
This episode of The Green Scene TV is about equity programs that are being given out across the country. In the second episode, Cannabis Journalist and founder of The Green Scene TV, Brent Green gets vital information about criminalizing cannabis farmers in the past.