Wiz Khalifa partners with Supreme Cannabis on new collection of premium cannabis oil
KKE Oils are one of the first ever recreational-focused cannabis oils available to consumers in Canada.
In addition to consistently growing his reputation as a multitalented recording artist over the years, Wiz Khalifa has also found entrepreneurial success in the cannabis space.
On Tuesday (June 25), the Taylor Gang founder announced the launch of a new partnership between Khalifa Kush Enterprises and Supreme Cannabis, which will see the debut of their first collaborative product under the KKE branded line.
The product in question, KKE Oil, is one of the first ever recreational-focused cannabis oils available to consumers in Canada and has been developed for consumers who are in the market for a high THC potency and precise dosage, as well as place importance on the convenience factor.
“I’m excited to bring our first products to Canada and launch KKE Oils. They are an awesome, high-in-THC product that everyone will love,” the Grammy-nominated artist shared in a statement. “This is a legendary moment that will be followed by many more game changing releases KKE will launch with Supreme Cannabis over the next year.”
Canada will be the first country outside of the United States to have KKE branded products made available, and it is expected to be available for sale in British Columbia and Ontario by the end of the week. Other provinces will see the product’s release throughout the year.
“We firmly believe that a high-quality input supports high-quality output and KKE Oil embodies this belief,” John Fowler, president and founder of Supreme Cannabis, said. “We are excited to launch one of the first recreational focused cannabis oils in Canada with Wiz Khalifa and the KKE team. KKE Oils are easy to consume, effective and deliver the aromatic terpene profile 7ACRES’ Sensi Star is known for. We can’t wait to launch the full suite of KKE products, including KKE Jean Guy Oil, later this year.”
Khalifa launched his company and own collection of cannabis products in 2015. Currently, his products are available for sale in the legalized marijuana market in states such as Nevada and Arizona.
For more information about Khalifa Kush Enterprises, please see here.
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