Marijuana Will Take Over the World

INDIAN HEMP IS INCREASINGLY BEING RECOGNIZED IN MANY CORNERS OF THE WORLD AND AFRICA IS NO EXEMPTION

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I feel like, marijuana every night has a conversation with Indian hemp (which is the same thing – you’ll see where I’m going with this) like Pinky and the Brain,

Indian hemp: what are we going to do tomorrow night Marijuana?

Marijuana: Same thing we do every night Indian hemp, try to take over the world!

Because the storm upon which this marijuana trend is currently gliding on is very strong and it is sweeping across the face of the globe like an unsettling debris.

Following the announcement of Canada legalizing the use of marijuana across the country, a few African countries have chosen to follow suit as Lesotho has become the second country and the first African nation to legalize the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes nationwide. South Africa, Malawi, and Zimbabwe are currently considering doing same.

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Ghana is currently the number one African nation in terms of marijuana consumption as 21.5% of its population consumes the product daily – answerafrica.com. Marijuana is grown across the content from west to north to east and southern Africa and consumption doesn’t seem to be slowing down.

Should every other African country join talks to legalize the widely illegal plant in years to come? I can’t say for certain but I would like to hear what you TINK in the comment section below.

Afro Soul Pop

THIS GENRE IS GIVING RISE TO GREAT SOUND, INCREASED CREATIVITY, AND A DYNAMIC INDUSTRY

Afro-soul-pop is a music genre that is a fusion between soul music and African sound and pop or should I say pop-culture. Its distinctive feature from any other African Music genre is the emotional vocals, it’s soft upbeat sound – I always wondered how soft and upbeat were able to come together to make something beautiful.

This genre is making hits out of African music across the continent and showcasing great talents. Although there are some resemblance between this genre and a few other Afro centric genres but you can almost tell the difference.

The trend of African artists creating their own genre is sure to lead us to newer sounds and a more dynamic entertainment industry. We certainly encourage creativity however way it comes. As African continually create their own sound, the likelihood of headlining events in more distant European countries is on the brink of happening.