Get Optimal Speed With SolveIQ

Get Optimal Speed With SolveIQ

By Stephen “Slyide” Wood
Staff Writer & Lead Marketing Director for UBOENT
Slyide Entertainment (Production/Marketing)

Go request a demo of SolveIQ and see for yourself and like their slogan, “Make your computer a genius.” Continue reading Get Optimal Speed With SolveIQ

From Farm to Pouch: Uplift & Unwind with NAVA Pouch

Nava is a new FyHit Dry-Herb Vaporizer that is taking the CBD world by storm and unlike burn vapes that produce excess chemicals, this product is all natural and is a dry herb vaporizing experience. The patented vaporizer is new technology that helps to keep smoke and toxins at bay.

Use code ‘Slyide15’ at checkout for 15% off your entire purchase. Continue reading From Farm to Pouch: Uplift & Unwind with NAVA Pouch

‘XcyteCable’ For Australian Ear Buds

Whether you are a producer, DJ, artist or avid music listener, you have to get yourself a pair of Xcyte Headphones or Earbuds. Check out their entire line of cables which includes AUX speaker, XLR microphone, USB (for cell phones and other USB products) and, of course, earphone cables.

“The low interference in a part of the XcyteCable’s branding and proves to be no joke. There is no humming of any kind when listening to music on these little pearls. The bass projects a very pleasant boom that is embracing to the ears and does not cause any static, very relaxing.” Says UBO Reviewer, Stephen Slyide Woods. Continue reading ‘XcyteCable’ For Australian Ear Buds

‘Woman Of The Year’ Proves To Anthem The Words Of Strength For Women

“Anji D who is a part of the Washington state’s Hard Grown Records (HGR) family known for her tough, gritty lyricism while hailing from Renton, WA is here to drop her fresh track, “Woman Of The Year;” ready to impress others during the month of March, credited for being “National Woman’s Month,” proclaimed and authorized by the president during 1988-1994.” By Jhantu Randall | UBOMAG Continue reading ‘Woman Of The Year’ Proves To Anthem The Words Of Strength For Women

New Artist to Watch: Maia Zakay Brings A Sweet Vibe on #SpeakUp Album

London-born and Los Angeles-living, singer-songwriter Maia Zakay’s music rings true with her melodic pop sounds in her new album, “#Speakup” which bounce emotion off every surface and into the hearts of her fans, proving that she is a new artist worth listening to in 2021. Continue reading New Artist to Watch: Maia Zakay Brings A Sweet Vibe on #SpeakUp Album

Alternative Health Company ALTWELL Provides Array of CBD Products to ‘Delight Your Mind’ & Body

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.
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‘Ride With Me;’ New Drop By TentCity Artist Shayn The RapSmith

“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 Continue reading ‘Ride With Me;’ New Drop By TentCity Artist Shayn The RapSmith

ʻWhen Love Is Not Enoughʻ By Pleshette Adkins

Book Review: “Past Due”
Author: Pleshette Adkins

“When Love is…Not Enough”

By Aaris A. Schroeder
Editor-In-Chief of UBO MAG

This is a book that was sent to me from the author to review at UBO MAG. Pleshette Adkins is an author who lives in and has an educational background in Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management. Her favorite saying is, “If you can dream it and speak it then you can achieve it.

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This story is about a woman who gets married to her high school sweetheart after being amiss for over 20 years. This book talks about the struggles of living in an abusive relationship and how her main character, Michelle Marie is able to regain the strength and power within herself to get back to who she really was and not live in the past or with the abuse any longer.

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Jamaican Jerk Stew: Chicken and Veggie Where The Spice Is Right!

Jamaican Jerk Chicken and Veggie Stew

By Aaris A. Schroeder

If you are looking for a tasty island-inspired dinner from Jamaica, I have just the recipe for you, just in time for the One Love One Heart Reggae Festival in Sacramento and the Cali Reggae On The River Festival on the Mateel River in South Humboldt amongst so many other events coming up this summer.

So I decided to make this recipe because I keep passing by this Jamaican Jerk spice that my grandma has in the cupboard. I looked up a recipe for the rub and decided to improvise and see what I can come up with.

Now, remember that this is a spicy dish, so if you want to remove the spice all together, you can nix the hot peppers and use different colored bell pepper. If you want to lower the heat a bit, use serrano peppers as the spice is lower and the pepper is sweeter but I enjoy spice and so this is full of it!

Ingredients

1 cup of Pickled Hot Peppers (or 6 fresh habaneros)
2 tbsp Jamaican Jerk Seasoning
2 tbsp Fresh Thyme
1 bunch of Green Onions
2 tbsp Allspice
1 tbsp Cinnamon
1 tbsp Nutmeg
1 tbsp Black pepper
Whole Chicken Chopped or 1 pnd Wings, Legs, Breast pieces
4 Carrots Chopped
1 Onion Chopped in Half and then Quartered
1 ½ cup of Chopped Celery
3 Garlic Cloves
4 tbsp Ginger
½ cup Flour
1.2 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
1 cup Beer (Red Stripe Lager for a Sweeter, Citrusy Punch or try Jamaican Red Ale for a Rich, Brown Suga Favor)
1 cup Water
2 large Sweet Potatoes
3 cups Cauliflower

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