Daily Archives: March 16, 2017

Registered Nurse and Mom Debi Madaio Celebrates Women’s History Month with Planned Relaunch of New Jersey’s Popular Medical Marijuana-Themed Eatery

Trenton, NJ – Debi Madaio never thought she would become a public advocate for medical marijuana. As the co-owner of NJWeedman’s Joint, a popular marijuana-themed eatery, located in Trenton, NJ, and the partner of Ed Forchion aka NJ Weedman, one of the cannabis industry’s most controversial figureheads, she has found herself pushed to the forefront of a movement where the voices of women are becoming increasingly vocal. A registered nurse, the mother of a special needs child, and a card carrying medical marijuana patient (even though she does not partake of the plant), Debi Madaio has come to terms with her position in the movement. In the midst of Women’s History Month, a time dedicated to women’s achievements, Madaio has announced her plans to reopen Trenton’s only cannabis-themed eatery under new management. NJWeedman’s Joint will reopen on April 20, “National Weed Day,” as Weedbukx, the Urban Chic Café. 
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Candace Bellamy’s Video For Undone Is Prelude To New EP

Candace Bellamy is an R&B singer based in Texas and started singing professionally 12 years ago as a respite from her day job as a doctor. “Undone” is a straightforward break-up song and Bellamy delivers the song from a club stage with her band. The Undone EP will be released May 5th 2017.

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Jonti Has Otherworldly Video For Scrood Featuring Steve Lacy

Jonti has a video that looks like a mild hallucination for his “Scrood” single with Steve Lacy. The Australian producer has recorded two albums for Stones Throw and the wait is on for his next one.

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Khalid Makes Television Debut On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Khalid made his television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon by performing his breakout song “Location” with The Roots. The El Paso, Texas native just released his first album, American Teen.

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Sango Releases New Album De Mim, Pra Você

Producer Sango shares his new album De Mim, Pra Você, the fourth in his Da Rocinha series. The 16-song project blends trap beats, afro-rhythms and non-English lyrics to create the Seattle producer’s soundscape. De Mim, Pra Você comes before the release of his In The Comfort Of album due later this year.

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