Watch Matty Wood$ brand new interview with Dorm Room Entertainment

By Elliot Montanez // 22 Feb 2019

Matty Wood$ is a leader in the St. Louis community and he recently stopped through Dorm Room Entertainment for a brand new interview! You will find Matty speaking about everything such as the meaning behind 2200, being born and raised in St. Louis, when he first started rapping in high school, the first time he recorded music, his favorite artists, the process of making his album, his upcoming music and visuals, his favorite cartoons, Juan James, the biggest challenges he has faced so far and more. Check out this brand new conversation below!

Watch Yung Tory’s on No Jumper’s “Exposed”

By Elliot Montanez // 22 Feb 2019

Yung Tory is one of the hottest new up and coming talents in the game, and he recently stopped by No Jumper for a brand new interview on their “Exposed” segment. You will find Yung Tory speaking about plenty of things such as being from Toronto, Drake putting on for Canada, what he was like growing up, how he started rapping, when people first starting paying attention to him, how the song “Mizu” came about, who inspires him, not eating meat and much more. Watch this brand new interview below and be sure to keep up with Yung Tory by giving him a follow on Twitter here.

Pump My Head Up – [Ohana Bam] x [Queen Key]

By Elliot Montanez // 22 Feb 2019

Chicago native Ohana Bam is certainly no stranger here on Lyrical Lemonade, and he recently connected with fellow Chicagoan Queen Key for a brand new record titled “Pump My Head Up”. A little known fact about these two artists is that they have known each other for years, and you could damn near tell by the chemistry that they had one his offering. They each laid a fire verse and contributed to the catchy hook, making for an all around good track that enjoy can enjoy. Take a few minutes of your day to stream this brand new song via Spotify below!

’91 Two Forty – [Alexander Mack]

By Elliot Montanez // 22 Feb 2019

Alexander Mack is making his return to our lemon filled pages this afternoon with the release of his brand new album titled “91 Two Forty”. I first discovered Alexander Mack’s music a few weeks back when I heard his song “Small Time” and I was stunned with the talent that he possessed, not only as a rapper but as a producer as well. So you can only picture my excitement this afternoon when I saw that he dropped a brand new brand new nine track album titled “91 Two Forty“, and to make it even better he produced every single one of these joints! Alexander Mack has an energy and just a straight up funk to his music that makes it addicting, it has elements of jazz, hip-hop, R&B and it all sounds so beautiful. Stream this brand new project via Soundcloud below and if you’re liking what you hear be sure to give Alexander Mack a follow on Twitter here!

Def Jam’s Young Gun TJ Porter Talks Representing for Harlem, Having a “Celebrity” Manager, His Sentimental New Single “Do You Care” and Upcoming Debut Album Voice Of the Trenches

By John Norris // 22 Feb 2019

Def Jam Records is in something of a youth revolution. The most iconic label in hip-hop history may be turning 35 this year, but it has its eyes newly fixed on the future, with some seventeen newly signed artists set to showcase on next month’s release of Undisputed, a compilation recorded over several days last November in Los Angeles. Front and center among the Undisputed lineup is Harlem, New York’s latest ambassador to the music world, 18 year old TJ Porter, who in only a couple of years in the game has begun to serve notice of his intention to follow in the formidable footsteps of the greats that put his neighborhood on the rap map, including Mase, Dipset and ASAP Mob. The young MC has versatility on his side: early singles, like 2017’s “Trust Issues”, “Quiet Storm” and “Can’t Wait” offered bar spitting life lessons; last fall’s Pregame, his release first with Def Jam, found TJ in melodic mode – celebratory on the breakout “Glowin’ Up” and boastful on “Tricky”; while his most recent EP, No Disturbance­, released only two weeks ago, goes dark on “The Don”, admits to relationship infidelity in “Cheated”, and claps back at doubters on …

Nobody – [Reeko Rieffe]

By Nick Mueller // 22 Feb 2019

Returning to our pages today, Canadian artist Reeko Rieffe is back with his latest single titled “Nobody”. Fitting as we move into the early Spring months, Reeko offers a unique tone that sits just on top of a fun, energetic, and bouncy production. Throughout the record, Reeko delivers multiple flows that I believe make this record very special. Without getting too complex, the lyrics remain relatively simple and easy to digest, helping paint a direct image for listeners. As most great tracks are, “Nobody” is filled from top to bottom with relatable lines that made me feel as if I was in the situation Reeko was referring to. With just a few releases under his name, Reeko is setting himself up for an exceptionally powerful year. Stream “Nobody” below and checkout his other singles titled “Same Ways”, “Cruisin”, and “Phase Me” while you’re at it. Furthermore, be sure to follow Reeko Rieffe on Instagram and Twitter to watch and support his continued journey of growth and success!



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