Adweek discusses Snoop Dogg’s recent investment in Reddit and features insight from our founder Ted Chung on Snoop’s involvement in the tech community. In the article, Ted says: “I think Reddit is a really stellar example of how Snoop can get involved with the tech community and take it from a niche into the mainstream.” Click here to read more.
It is always exciting to watch young talent rise to superstars. We have been along for the ride with our friends of Far East Movement since their early beginnings and besides all the high-profile celebrities we have had the pleasure of working with, these guys have a special place in our hearts. Witnessing their continued growth has been an inspiration to us and whether you have been a fan of theirs from the start as well or just know them from their smash hit “Like a G6″, we highly recommend finding out more about them in their mini-documentary and recent interview about their experience of the K-Town riots with LA Weekly here.
West Coast Rapper, Lil Debbie, is known for her eclectic style and dope rhymes. Today Colt 45 and Lil Debbie unveiled a new lifestyle video showcasing what it means to pursue your creative endeavors, to live in the moment and to just enjoy the company of the people that matter most.
The season’s changing, but you know what remains the same? The freshest tunes on Friday, selected by the Cashmere crew to keep you warm this weekend. Holla.
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News stations all across America are on high alert for the latest news covering the Ebola virus. People are scared and keeping close tabs on this highly sensitive issue. Some are torn between whether or not it’s the latest epidemic or just something that’s being blown way out of proportion. There are thousands of funny memes on instagram poking fun at the virus. One thing is for certain and that is that no one is certain about how serious this disease really is. Some memes go as far as to ask “Is Ebola a Country?” While other memes say “I went to school with Ebola, she cool”.