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Podcast + Events + Blog CashColorCannabis "A Higher Level of Conversation"






Melek Dexter With ReUp Talks Black Wealth, Cannabis & The Legacy Market and More

Melek Dexter is a man on a mission. Seeing a gap in the cannabis industry where it comes to people of color and financing, he put his business mind to work and created an organization that tackles that and more. Melek braved the cold Atlanta air recently and came by the studio for our last in-studio recording of the year to discuss ReUp, creating Black wealth and what that means for cannabis, what the "legacy market' is and more.


Panama Jane Talks Influences, Anime and Repping For The Outsiders

Panama, Panama, Panama. Atlanta is a unique city and our music scene is equally unique. With that said, Panama Jane is probably one of the more unique talents and creatives in the city right now. From her sharp lyrics, to her anime aesthetic, Jane found herself a long time ago and has no problem sharing her with the world. For our last #music2smoke2 segment of the year, Panana Jane came by the podcast to talk music, her love of anime and repping for the pretty girl nerds, why lyricism is...


Corey Lowe Explains How She Went From Law Enforcement to Cannabis Activist, Feelings On HB324 & More

When faced with the dilemma of how to help her child who suffered from severe seizures, Corey Lowe decided to go all out. The former Dekalb and Clarkston county police officer left her position on the force in search of a cure for her daughter. At the request of several friends and several different treatments, she decided to seek out CBD. Corey came by the CashColorCannabis Podcast recently to speak about her time on the force, how she viewed cannabis while an officer, facing her...


Willie The Kid Talks Entrepreneurship, Teaming With PBS for A Langston Hughes & More

Grand Rapids Michigan native Willie the Kid has long time held a place amongst Hip-Hop purists as a "real emcee." The first act signed to Dj Drama's Aphilliates imprint, Will's rep as a real lyricist grew so much that Busta Rhymes took time out to discuss how dope he was on song. As the industry changed, so did Will. Moving out of the major label machine, Willie has been indie and thriving for sometime now. It's his new businesses that would peak the interest of many right now. Willie the...


Bizzare Shares Stories From The Hip-Hop Shop, Talks Eminem, 'Rufus', Weightloss, His Own Strain & More

D12's own Bizzare came by the studio to speak about his new album Rufus, his Weight loss challenge, working on his own strain, Eminem and Bizzare's most memorable battle at The Hip-Hop Shop.


Comedian Dexter Furgerson Talks New School Comedy Shows, Working With Ronnie Jordan & More

For comedians today, being a comedian is bigger than headlining a show at The Comedy Store. Like musicians, a lot more power are in the hands of comics. Dexter Furgerson is a great example of that. From working with Comedy Hype and comedian Ronnie Jordan, Dexter has discovered how much the industry has changed first hand. Dexter stopped by our Atlantabis City Market activation to talk about his life in comedy, performing in someones living room, future plans and more.


Panama Jackson Explains How VerySmartBrothas Came To Be, Living Unapologetically Black & More

Panama Jackson lives the life that most Black people aspire to. Co-founder of the popular, Jackson has found a way to live unflinchingly and unapologetically Black! While he admits, it's not the easiest road to travel down, the peace of mind that comes with it is worth it. While in town for SpelHouse homecoming, the Morehouse grad stopped by Atlantabis City Market to speak with the CashColorCannabis Podcast about, being a professional Black person,...


Translee talks Alabama, T.I., Dreams of Working With Beyonce & More

For our monthly Atlantabis City Market event, CashColorCannabis invited out Hustle Gang artist Translee to come out and enjoy "a higher level of retail." While at Urban City Market, Translee spoke to us about his life in music, working with T.I., why working with Beyonce is a goal of his and more. I also got to ask him about the clips on his Instagram working out like he's trying to become an N.F.L. wide receiver. This episode was sponsored by Peake ReLeaf.


Nick Love Talks Jeezy, Evolving In the Music Industry & The Now Infamous "ATL Top 50" List

Since making music his full-time job, music executive Nick Love has managed to stay one step ahead of what's next. Starting his career as an intern for multiple labels in Atlanta, a chance meeting with Kinky B led to a decade long relationship with one of Hip-Hop's favorite trappers. Not one to put himself in a box, Nick has added strip club pioneer and foodie to his evergrowing resume. As we move into another decade, Nick continues to move the Atlanta music scene forward in one way or...


Creative Loafing’s own Ema Carr Explains The Origin of “Friends In High Place

Creative Loafing writer and social media manager Ema Carr was asked by CL to launch a podcast. Thinking about her favorite subjects to tackle and what would keep her interested, it kept coming back to cannabis. The result was “Friends In High Places.” Recorded at the Creative Loafing offices, her show brings on local Atlanta cannabis influencers to speak about the local scene. Recently, Ema stopped by CashColorCannabis Podcast to speak about the launch of the show, how she uses cannabis,...


Fabo Talks Legacy, Shawty Lo & D4L, Why He Doesn't Over Think Weed & Being In A League Of His Own

The legend himself Fabo came by the podcast to discuss his legacy, D4L, Shawty Lo, why he doesn't do strains and more. And you know that ATL top 50 list came up again. This episode is sponsored by Peake ReLeaf. Find out more here Subscribe to the CashColorCannabis Podcast wherever you stream podcasts. Follow Cashcolorcannabis on social media. IG: Cashcolorcannabis Twitter: CashColorCanna Facebook: Cashcolorcannabis


Hope Wiseman Talks Mary & Main, Ups & Downs Of Business, JAY Z, The Next Hopewise Man and More

Being the first is something many aspire to be, no matter what area of life we are talking about. When you’re in college, you want to be first in your class. When you begin your trek up the corporate ladder, there is a good chance you dreamed that one day you would become the youngest C.E.O. in company history. First to own a house in your family, youngest to start a business. While a lot of hoopla comes with achieving a goal before anyone else and a record pace, the reality of your new...


Skyzoo Talks Pete Rock, Retropolitan, Rap Categories & More

Brooklyn's own Skyzoo has recorded with some production greats in the past. For his latest project, Sky linked with Pete Rock for a tribute to the city that raised them both. Retropolitan dropped and is available for stream on all platforms right now. After the release, Sky spoke with Cashcolorcannabis Podcast about how the collab came to life, producers he'd want to work with in the future, the origin of the album title, categories in rap and more


Mauro Melgar Explains How National Expungement Week Helped Change His Life

National Expungment Week is coming to an end. The national initiative to help people with low level cannabis charges on their record have them removed. Started by Cage-Free Repair and Equity First Alliance, National Expungement Week has liberated close to 300 people from past charges on their records. One of those people was Mauro Melgar. The Los Angeles native found out about National Expungement Week online back in 2018. Taking a chance, Melgar went to the expungement clinic close to him...


Roscoe Dash Talks Kanye West, How "No Hands" Almost Didn't Happen & First Time Smoking

Roscoe Dash has lived a life in music most only could dream of. Imagine, being in school when you hear your first single played on the radio? Or what if Kanye West threw you a thumb drive and said "I want that song." This is just part of the amazing life Roscoe Dash has experienced. Since his breakout hit "All the Way Turnt Up" Roscoe has given us a slew of hit records. It's the business music can make anyone feel jaded. Even after finding his name missing on album credits and songs and...


Drumma Boy Talks "No Hands" & His first Smoking Was A Hotbox

"No Hands", " Money to Blow" to "Spend It". Those are a few of the records that multi-platinum producer Drumma Boy Fresh produced over his illustrious career. The Memphis native got his start producing 'Double Dose" for Southern rap legend Tela. From there he would go on to work with the likes of Gangsta Boo, Scarface and more. Today, Drumma runs his own label, Drum Squad Records, a sneaker boutique, House of Fresh and continues to produce hits. Drumma came by the show to share a blunt...


Domani Harris Explains 'Time Will Tell', Talks Influences, Comparison To His Father & More

New school Hip-Hop is in good hands. Domani Harris might be the child of Clifford “T.I.” Harris and Tameka “Tiny” Harris but when it comes to music, he’s a product of his own creation. The 18-year-old artist just released his project Time Will Tell. The 14-track EP showcases a pure uniqueness when it comes to his sound. A man born into music royalty who’s rhymes emote passion, pain and perseverance. Taking the route of building his own name rather than use his parents name as a business...


Shanel Lindsay Talks Ardent, Social Equity & Introducing Decarb to 2 Chainz

Recently I had to the chance to speak with my fellow Boston native Shanel Lindsay about how she found her way into cannabis, the launch of Ardent, introducing 2chainz to decarboxylation, social equity in Massachusetts and more.


Seddy Hendrix Talks Florida, How to Stay "Lowkey", Favorite Strains To Use When Working & More

Florida artist Seddy Hendrix has been making music for a short time now. That hasn't stopped him from building a ridiculous buzz that eventually reached the ears of Dj Drama and Don Cannon. Now, the Generation Now act is ready to release a new mixtape and capitalize on the popularity of his latest single. Seddy came by for a special Music2Smoke2 edition of the podcast to explain how he found himself in music, favorite strains to smoke before heading into the booth and how to stay "Lowkey".


D. Horton talks ScottyATL, Going From D1 Football to Concious Rap & More

Coming from Mississippi, playing football for Mississippi State was a goal for D. Horton. After injuries and suffering depression from not playing, he found his real calling. Horton stopped by CashColorCannabis to discuss his relationship with ScottyATL, conscious rap and more.