PERRIS, CALIFORNIA – OCTOBER 21: Rapper Cam’ron attends Cam’ron’s Pynk Mynk Unveiling at Strains on October 21, 2020 in Perris, California. (Photo by Jerritt Clark/Getty Images for Echoing Soundz)
On Thursday, hip hop icon Cam’ron from the Harlem group Dipset debuted his highly anticipated cannabis line “Pynk Mynk” in Los Angeles.
Pynk Mynk is a light green in color with pink accents and is saturated in a high production of trichomes. The sativa hybrid boasts a sweet citrus smell and spicy woody aroma and offers an energetic feel. It is grown and produced by GFive Cultivation, a minority- and family-owned and operated cannabis cultivation based in Las Vegas, Nev.
Cam’ron pick the name “Pynk Mynk” for his strain of weed because his love the color pink and minks coats.
“If look on google you will see I love the color pink and I am wearing a lot of mink coats. Plus it is catchy,” said Cam’ron.
Weed is legal in certain states on the west coast such as Washington State, Oregon, Colorado, and Nevada, but he is looking to expand his line into the east coast market as well.
“We have been in Vegas, Nevada, for a year now, and this is our first stop in California. We just had a meeting in Colorado, Oregon, we are going to Washington [State] next, and Arizona is also the next stop, “Cam’ron shared. “But, we are definitely going to hit up everywhere it is legal. They just got in Michigan, Illinois. So, anywhere we can go and partner up and make it happen definitely, but we had to go where it is originally started in California.”
There are also plans to rollout edibles in the future, but the Oh Boy rapper said to have to crawl before you walk.
“We definitely plan on doing it, but we have to crawl before we can walk, and in Vegas, we have some edibles that we are working on now. This is all powered by G-Five Cultivation and my man, Larry Smith, and we plan on doing everything that we can, but it is going to take some time.”
He shared that they could have been in California, but it is all about getting with the right people.
For you music fans out there he plans on dropping a project in December, which will feature about seven songs. However, he doesn’t plan on dropping an album until COVID is over because he would like to tour and promote his last album Purple Haze 2.
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