Berner – Marijuana Mania Episode 3: Seattle + FTB ft. B-Real [Videos]

Posted on December 5, 2016 by


Over the course of his career, Berner has gained a reputation as one of rap’s foremost stoner emcees. In addition to recording 22 albums and working with some of the biggest names in the business such as Cam’Ron, Snoop Dogg, B-Real, Chris Brown, DJ Mustard, and Ty Dolla $ign, Berner has built a marijuana empire. Creating popular cannabis strain Girl Scout Cookies, launching a new brand of organic herbal beverages called Hemp2O, founding apparel company Cookies SF, and now being a partner of the country’s largest grow house, Reef Industries, based in Las Vegas, Berner has cemented himself as rap’s utmost authority on the marijuana industry.

Recognized as one of the most knowledgeable people to navigate this booming and murky industry, Berner has been releasing mini-documentaries through his Marijuana Mania YouTube series.
Focusing on the marijuana industry in Seattle and the state of Washington, Berner goes in depth about what goes into producing, processing, and selling weed. He also interviews local professionals about the complications of working in an industry, that while locally legal, is still federally illegal and ruminates on the ways that legalization is affecting the culture.

As two of Hip-Hop’s most enthusiastic marijuana entrepreneurs, Berner and B-Real are more prepared than most to preach the benefits of the good herb to the masses. On “FTB,” they affirm their passion for the life-transforming medicine, illustrating how marijuana has improved their lives and their relationships. Take a trip with the two rappers as they stack up ounces (errr, pounds?) smoke deluxe joints, tour grow farms, and blow smoke in front of adoring crowds. “FTB” is the first visual off Prohibition Part 3, the third collaborative effort from Berner and B-Real in as many years.

Released the day after the U.S. Elections, Prohibition Part 3 passionately advocates for marijuana legalization across all 50 states. This November, the nation took more baby steps in the direction of legalization, as Nevada, California, Maine, and Massachusetts voted to legalize recreational use of marijuana, while Arkansas, North Dakota, and Florida voted to legalize medicinal use. Released via Berner’s Bern One Ent., the album is perfectly suited to a late night smoke session or a windows-down drive down the California coast.


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