Toronto-based Trellis, which provides cannabis inventory management software, has raised $2.5 million led by Casa Verde Capital.
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With his cannabis brand having already rolled out in Colorado and Canada, the recent launch of Snoop Dogg water pipes, known as POUNDS, means consumers can smoke Snoop-approved cannabis out of Snoop-approved glass.
Kevin Hart had the once in a lifetime opportunity to smoke with Snoop Dogg, in that it felt like it lasted for a lifetime.
After an Ottawa ban on celebrity endorsements of marijuana products, Snoop Dogg will not be able to explicitly promote Canopy’s Tweed-branded products.
Here are three stocks that have doubled investors’ money in 2016, and a look into whether or not they can continue to rally in 2017.
Canopy Growth Corp. jumped to a record high, and other Canadian cannabis growers gained, after unveiling a line of marijuana products for the domestic market in a partnership with rapper Snoop Dogg.
SMITH FALLS, Ontario, Oct. 6, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Tweed Inc. (Tweed), Canada’s largest and most recognized producer of cannabis, and Snoop Dogg (Snoop), the world’s most renowned cannabis connoisseur, are please to announce that Leafs by Snoop will be available in Canada this October, exclusively to customers registered with Tweed.
PHILADELPHIA – Marijuana has gone mainstream at the Democratic National Convention this week.
America’s marijuana industry has bloomed in recent years with voters in more and more states voting to legalize pot in some form as public opinion on the drug seems to evolve with each generation.
On Feb. 12, 2016, Tweed Inc., a subsidiary of Canopy Growth Corporation (TSXV: CGC), announced a partnership with Snoop Dogg to customize brand strategy and curated content exclusively for its Canadian market.
From Michael Jordan’s longstanding signature shoe to Billy Dee Williams sponsoring Colt 45 in the 80s, there have been celebrity endorsements as long as there have been celebrities. Now, rapper Freddie Gibbs is in the game with his own signature strain of marijuana.
The story seems to have originated with 18karatreggae.com, which quoted the singer of hits like “Umbrella” and “Disturbia” as saying “MaRihanna by Rihanna is truly the first mainstream cannabis brand in the world and proud to be a pioneer … .”
On Nov. 9, 2015, Snoop Dogg announced Leafs By Snoop, the rapper’s custom cannabis brand, at a private launch party in the suburbs of Denver.
Canadian rhythm and blues star The Weeknd has joined with high-end vaporizer brand PAX to release a product called The Madness Fall Tour Limited Edition PAX, to be sold along with other, more traditional merchandise.
CLEVELAND, DENVER, and LOS ANGELES, Nov. 3, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — FunkSac, the leading cannabis packaging enterprise specializing in odor-barrier and child-resistant technology, has acquired financial backing by Casa Verde Capital, a venture capital firm whose focus is high-growth emerging markets.
Rapper and marijuana entrepreneur Snoop Dogg continued his quest to become regarded as the Johnny Appleseed (or maybe make that Stems-and-Seeds) of cannabis for future generations by offering a benediction to the good people of Colorado following that state’s inaugural cannabis tax holiday on Sept. 16.
At TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco on Sept. 21, 2015, Snoop defied expectations once again by announcing the launch of his marijuana website Merry Jane.
Stevie Wonder and his harmonica have a guest spot on “California Roll,” a marijuana-minded track on Snoop Dogg’s latest album, “Bush.”
If you are interested in figuring out what international hip-hop superstar and marijuana advocate Snoop Dogg will be best remembered for, put another check in the cannabis column.
The recent announcement of Willie’s Reserve, singer Willie Nelson’s new branded marijuana strain and dispensary chain, garnered a lot of attention for the legal cannabis industry last week, but Nelson isn’t the only—or first—celebrity to get into the pot game.
MJINews is proud to present its 2014 MJINews Power Celebrities. We have decided to focus on 15 celebrities that are playing a crucial role in developing marijuana’s image, industry and legalization.
Hip-hop and marijuana have been in each other lives as long as hip-hop has been a relevant mainstay in pop culture. We have artists like Dr. Dre who topped the charts over a decade ago with “Chronic 2001.”
Snoop Dogg has been a rapper, an actor and, more recently, a purveyor of virtual stickers.
Alaskan residents may get to “inhale. exhale. and recharge” with Snoop Dogg if lawmakers vote to legalize marijuana in November.
Just when you thought all variations on the Ice Bucket Challenge had been exhausted, rapper B-Real from Cypress Hill shows up with a bucket of marijuana.
Aside from their celebrated music, Jerry Garcia, Willie Nelson, Snoop Dogg, Bob Marley, Rihanna and Miley Cyrus have one major thing in common: marijuana. You probably already knew that, but do you know how burning one down can aid their creative process?