We are getting ready for the sold out Hospitality In The Park this Saturday and Main Squeeze have treated us to a special mix to get you warmed up!
Part 001 | BobaFatt
Hospital – Suff Daddy
Livid – Eliza
Barbie Dreams – Nicki Minaj
Tribe – Bas & J Cole
Sugar Free – Casisdead
Fear Of A Flat Planet – Children of Zeus ft. LayFullStop
Look What You Started – The Internet
Lost Souls – H.E.R. ft. DJ Scratch
A Song About Timing – Swarvy & MNDSGN ft. Nia Andrews
Reach For The Sky – LEVELZ
Keep It G – IAMDDB x Dylan
Part 002 | Mo Fingaz
Paper Houses feat DRS – Skeptical
Natural Organic – D Double E ft. AJ Tracey
Release Some Tension – SWV ft. Foxy Brown
Queen Tings – Masego ft. Tiffany Gouche
Flava In Ya Ear (Tall Black Guy Remix) – Craig Mack ft. B.I.G. & Busta Rhymes
Slanted – Tim Parker
Jet Lag – Ivy Lab
Wet Looking Road – Everything Is Recorded ft. Giggs
Phat Punani – Leftside
Bad Energy (Stay Far Away) – Skepta ft. Wizkid
Black Madonna – Lady Leshurr ft. Mr Eazi
London Town – Mr Eazi ft. Giggs
Brakes – P-rallel
Part 003 | BobaFatt
Spectrum – Goldlink
Breaking – Kyodai
This Is America (Aroop Roy bruckup) – Childish Gambino
Your Dreams Don’t Mean A Thing – Kaidi Tatham
Gamma Riddim – EVM128
Shango – Wajeed
Vibrations (Zed Bias remix) – Children of Zeus
Wicked Vibez – Dusk & Blackdown ft. MC GQ
Devour – Little Simz
P.B.E. (vs. Jon Forte) (Vocal Old Skool mix) – London Elektricity
Pick Up The Pieces (Skeptical remix) – Zed Bias
Part 004 | Mo Fingaz
Walk On By – Lenzman
Remember Me (Remix) – SpectraSoul
Badboy Business – Shy FX ft. Kate Stewart & Mr Williamz
Stratford Riddim – Pola & Bryson
Arkestra – Ivy Lab
Only U – Response
Grey Days – S.P.Y
Roll The Drums – Danny Byrd
In My Mind – Lenzman ft. IAMDDB
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Cannabis News Network filmed during the 2016 edition of the NYC Cannabis Parade, which took place on the 7th of May. One of the interviews that touched us the most is this one, with LEAP co-founder Jack Cole.
Our interview with LEAP co-founder Jack Cole
“We need to make this drug legal, so we can stop sacrificing millions of our children on this altar of the drug war, arresting them for marijuana violations, doing everything we can do to destroy their lives. We want to help these young folks. And legalization is the way to go about it.” Cole said.
Founded on March 16, 2002, LEAP is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization made up of current and former members of the law enforcement and criminal justice communities who are speaking out about the failures of our existing drug policies. Cole retired as a Detective Lieutenant after a 26-year career with the New Jersey State Police—fourteen in narcotics, mostly as an undercover officer.
Cole made clear it is still necessary to organize the event.
“Since 1970 [the start of the war on drugs, ed.] we have made over 50 million arrests for non-violent drug offences. Some countries don’t even have 50 million people!”, he says.
Furthermore, he adds:
“We [LEAP] understand that today our law enforcement people spend so much time chasing a bunch of non-violent drug users that we no longer have time to solve or prevent major crimes: rape, robbery, murders. We want to get back to what we do best: protecting you from me and me from someone else. That should be the job of police in this country. Our job should never be to try to protect every adult being from themselves, by saying what they can put in their bodies.”
Watch our report on the NYC Cannabis Parade here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xf9r0Ckku8
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