Martine Pierre, MBA, is the founder of Cannalution, the only online app and community of its kind supporting Black and brown entrepreneurs entering the legal cannabis space. As a Growth and Content Marketing Strategist, Martine’s superpowers include building engaged, online communities and crafting captivating content that connects, cashes out and cultivates top quality leads. Known as the Lioness of Marketing, Martine aims to serve as the GPS for Black and Brown founders in the cannabis space, empowering them to start, build and scale their businesses through a mix of education and collaboration.

What Is Cannalution? Martine Pierre's Online Cannabis Community For Black And Latinx Entrepreneurs

Cannalution educates BIPOC entrepreneurs on the science, health and wellness benefits of the plant, as well as the processes that are needed to start one’s own business. The organization also works to advocate for minorities who have been adversely affected by cannabis prohibition, and provides funding assistance for Black and Latinx entrepreneurs by matching them with corporate and private funding.

Martine's work in the cannabis space aims to level the playing field and bring social equity to the communities affected the most by the plant’s legalization, connecting the dots between the growing corporate cannabis industry and legacy market. After seven years in digital marketing, she pivoted to focus her career exclusively on the cannabis industry. Her life's work is to help people with a vision create an impact in their communities through cannabis entrepreneurship.

Martine Pierre's "Hyped To Hustle" Weedsday Playlist

For the industry trailblazer always on the go, Martine Pierre has created a perfect Weedsday Playlist to serve as the soundtrack for that professional hustle.

“Music has a magical way of getting me hype," she says. "Especially, when I get into my grind mode and need to do some deep work. This is my favorite playlist that gets me moving. “

Rihanna - "Pour It Up"

“Who cares how you haters feel. (Still got my money) Call Jay up and close the deal.” I’m dreaming of the day I can use this bar when Jay Z makes an investment into Cannalution!  

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*Editor's Note: Did you know? Tamara Anderson of Culinary and Cannabis chose Rihanna's "Diamonds" for her Weedsday Playlist. Check it out now!

Beyonce - "Break My Soul"

Entrepreneurship can be exhausting at times. For the times when I feel like I’m not where I want to be, this song has been on repeat to uplift my spirits since Queen Bey decided to bless us with this release. 

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*Editor's Note: Did you know? JM Balbuena of Boycott Shitty Weed and The Successful Cannapreneur chose Beyonce's "Heated" for her Weedsday Playlist. Beyonce and Jay Z's "Crazy In Love" made our Valentine's Day Playlist. And for more Beyonce hits, check out our album rankings.

Drake - "Nice For What?"

Sometimes when I work from home, I like to imagine I’m at a live performance. This song does to me what “Back That Thang Up” by Hot Boyz did while I was in college wilding out  — my poor work chair!

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*Editor's Note: Did you know? Madison Shockley of Cadre chose Drake and Young Thug's "Oh U Went There" for his Weedsday Playlist, and Jason Washington of Plants Over Pills chose Drake's "Unforgettable" as one of his Black History Month vibes.

Kanye West Featuring Jay Z, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, and Bon Iver - "Monster"

I mean…Nicki literally ate everybody on this song. “And if I’m fake I ain’t notice cuz my money ain’t.” Whew, what a masterpiece. 

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*Editor's Note: Did you know? Designer Alex Cochran of Wondermore chose Kanye West's "Get 'Em High" for his Weedsday Playlist. Brandon Gomes of Siesta G (and MTV's hit series Siesta Key) chose "Father Stretch My Hands Pt I" for his Weedsday Playlist. Chef Leighton Murdock of Aroma Culinary chose Kanye West and Kid Cudi's "Reborn" as one of his Black History Month vibes.

Lauren Miele of Kush Kards chose Nicki Minaj's "Super Freaky Girl" for her Weedsday Playlist.

Christopher Peak of Pipeline chose James Blake and Bon Iver's "I Need A Forest Fire" for his Weedsday Playlist.

Migos Featuring Lil Uzi Vert - "Bad and Boujee"

I’m very much that girl, so of course “Bad and Boujee” is on the playlist. Sometimes you have to remind yourself exactly who you are. Right?

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*Editor's Note: Did you know? Andi Astra of SpookyGirl chose Calvin Harris, Frank Ocean and Migos' "Slide" for their Weedsday Playlist. Check it out now!

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