Original sample video of Beyonce, Run the World (Girls) Must See!


Check out the dance moves in this video, the song Beyonce sampled in her latest hit, Run the World (Girls)…

Beyonce- Run the World (Girls)

Educating Youth Properly on Cannabis..NORML


NORMLizer – Parental Discretion Advised

Educating and protecting kids is the ultimate responsibility.

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By Allen St. Pierre

Nothing has dogged cannabis-law reformers more during this 40-year-old civil-justice movement than the unjustified but politically damaging charge that legalizing marijuana will put children in danger. Naturally, the government has been all too eager to hype parental concerns about legalizing this mildly psychoactive herb as a way to keep its failed policy of cannabis prohibition viable decades beyond the dozen or so years that alcohol prohibition lasted.

Both Democrats and Republicans intent on maintaining the status quo of cannabis prohibition will continue to push the “What about the children?” button for as long as it continues to fan the flames of fear among voters, the media and law enforcement. Increasingly, Americans have come to realize that the best way to prevent underage people from using marijuana is by creating a tightly controlled and regulated market for adult use rather then letting drug dealers decide who’s old enough to buy. But this is a case we must continue to make.

Exit polling from this past November’s Proposition 19 initiative in California revealed, yet again, that parental concerns about what legalization would look like and how it could impact their children’s lives remain important questions that need to be better answered by reform proponents. In fact, so entrenched are parental concerns about legalizing cannabis that, over NORML’s 40 years of tracking public opinion about cannabis-law reform, a clear trend has emerged: From their mid-twenties until their early fifties, Americans who once supported legalization ceased doing so en masse as they entered their parenting years. However, encouragingly, as our country heads toward the end of the baby-boomer-dominated epoch, Americans in their mid-fifties (i.e., past the age of parenting) have begun to support cannabis legalization again, notably – and not too surprisingly – for medicinal purposes.

In sum, for total legalization to gain political legs in our statehouses and in Congress, parents between the ages of 25 and 55 need to be less oppositional when it comes to ending cannabis prohibition. What can be done to close this important (and, for reformers, strategic) deficit?

For starters, cannabis consumers need to not do truly stupid and reckless things like recording their very young children on camera exposed to cannabis or cannabis smoke; or keeping kids home from school to harvest marijuana crops; or employing young children and teens as “mules” to unsuspectingly move cannabis. Second, the makers of cannabis-related products need to be über-conscious regarding how they market their wares. In the last few years, prohibitionists have seized upon cannabis-infused gumballs, mockups of popular candy brands, colorful soda products (a few years ago, a company marketed a line called Bongwater Soda with flavors like “Rastaberry,” “Banana Spliff” and “Ganja Grape”) and even lollipop pipes.

Also, cannabis-infused edibles must be kept away from children in the same manner that parents largely (and without controversy) secure alcohol and pharmaceutical products.

Bottom line: Parents will continue to oppose legalization if they believe that reform will make the already tough job of raising children even harder, or that cannabis legalization presents some kind of genuine risk to their kids. We must work to make them realize that the greatest risk to their children comes from prohibition instead.

Allen St. Pierre is the executive director of NORML in Washington, DC (norml.org).

Jim Jones Long time gf Chrissy Lampkin, proposes…


Rapper Jim Jones and his boo piece Chrissy, were spotted over the weekend at the Dipset Concert in New York City. Whether you love Chrissy Lampkin or hate her, there is no denying that she is the star of the show when it comes to VH1′s ‘Love & Hip Hop’.


On her decision to propose to Jim Jones
I did it to let him know that I love him enough and I am proud and happy enough to display that to the world. That’s what that’s about. Eventually, we will get married. Am I rushing it? No. Of course people have opinions about me asking him to marry me, but I felt it was the right thing to do. I love him enough and I wanted to share that. It’s how I felt and what I wanted. You need to know what you’re doing with your life. You need to have direction. If that thing doesn’t happen the traditional way, it still needs to happen. So why waste your time? I figured I would cut to the chase.

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Jay-Z launches new website


Hov’s latest venture is a lifestyle website. Jay-Z has launched a new website, lifeandtimes.com.

The site, which derives its name from Jay’s 1999 release, Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter, is a lifestyle page that aims to cover style, leisure, art and design, technology, music, sports, and even has a section called “Jay’s,” which appears to be a place for the multi-platinum rapper to post photos and brief thoughts.

The web page makes its full launch today, closely following the recent release of “Empire State of Mind,” a new Jay-Z biography.

 

Lil Wayne Signs Porcelain Black to Young Money


She’s a little bit of Marilyn Manson, a little bit of Lady Gaga, a splash of Cruella de Vil and a lot of rock and roll. Ladies and gentleman, meet Porcelain Black, Lil Wayne’s new artist.

Lil Wayne introduced Porcelain to the world on the first stop of his “I Am Music II” tour in Providence, Rhode Island last week. The glam-rock hottie is a 25-year-old Detroit native, born Alaina Beaton. If all you rockers out there think she looks familiar, that’s because she isn’t a newcomer to the music industry. Porcelain Black used to perform under the alias Porcelain And The Tramps and was formerly signed to Virgin records.
Now, Porcelain Black is with Weezy and the Young Money gang and she’s about to show them what rock and roll really looks like. Her first single “This Is What Rock-N-Roll Looks Like” features Lil Wayne and is slated to hit the airwaves on March 29th.
Her musical style is a mix between industrial metal, glam-rock, a splash of pop-rock and as she would say a little “Britney Spears.” Hmmm…very interesting comparison to Britney Spears, but her music is pretty dope. “My music is like if Marilyn Manson and Britney Spears f*cked and had a kid, that would be me.” Porcelain definitely has some pop elements immersed in her music, but there’s also a lot of the Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails industrial rock sound. Source

Drake addresses leaving Young Money rumors


Drake made a guest appearance in D.C. Sunday at Lil Wayne’s “I Am Music II” dates where he addressed rumors that he was kicked out of his Young Money family.

As previously reported, a story surfaced on April Fool’s Day that the rapper was asked to leave Wayne’s label imprint after arguing over unpaid royalties.
Drake apparently got wind of the rumor and addressed it Sunday to a packed crowd at D.C.’s Verizon Center.
Before breaking into his hit “Forever” Drake said,

“You see today, when I landed in D.C. and I got off the plane, this n*gga looked me in my eyes and he asked me, ‘Did you drop out of Young Money?’ And I looked him right back in his eyes and I said, ‘Boy, are you out your motherf*ckin’ mind?!’ Man, I want this sh*t ‘Forever!”