Jamen Shively only started smoking herb a-year-and a-half ago, but he's been making up for lost time ever since. Now an aspiring marijuana mogul, as well as a dedicated cannabis connoisseur, the 45-year-old former Microsoft executive even credits the very conception of his latest high-profile start-up venture to the enlightening influence of some top grade ganja. Specifically, a powerful sativa strain he broke out at an exploratory business meeting last November, just days after Washington state voters overwhelmingly approved pot legalization.
“I pulled out my stash, the dankest of the dank,” he recalls of that fateful occasion. “We fired up, and the concepts we generated were just incredible. Off the charts. Until the idea started to flow into creating a global juggernaut in what's going to be a trillion dollar market. We brainstormed so many different aspects of it, including the supply chain, financing, geopolitics, lobbying, genetics, even greenhouses. And it quickly became clear that we were sitting on an absolute gold mine.”
During his interview held at Beats By Dre in New York City, Keef says he’s on a track with ‘Ye, but doesn’t remember what the title is.
“I am on the song called…I forgot,” he said. “I forgot what the song is called, but it is a hot song.”
Even if Keef can’t recall the name, Yeezus is shaping up to be a big album.