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Sick – [Duffle Bag Buru]

By Elliot Montanez // 20 Jan 2019

Duffle Bag Buru is a rising Chicago star and a favorite here at Lyrical Lemonade, and a few days back he blessed his growing fan base with his brand new visual for “Sick”! A record this dark and gloomy needed the perfect visual to help bring it to life, and thanks to video director @shotbymiggy that’s exactly what we got! Duffle Bag Buru has been spending time perfecting his craft and that has been showing in the music, and this brand new music video is certainly so exception, check it out for yourself by pressing play below!

Whoa Now – [Ali Tomineek]

By Elliot Montanez // 20 Jan 2019

An artist that goes by the name of Ali Tomineek is making his Lyrical Lemonade debut today with his brand new offering titled “Whoa Now” featuring Jayhavoc. Ali Tomineek’s lyrical capability really stood out to me after running through this song a couple of times, you can tell that he takes pride in placing words at the perfect point in the song, he even stressed his voice in certain directions to match the energy of his self produced instrumental. As if Ali’s contribution to this record wasn’t enough, Jayhavoc blessed this back end of this one with an impressive feature to put the cherry on top. Listen to this brand new song below and if you like it go ahead and give him a follow on Soundcloud here.

Grand Prix Mix – [Mulatto] x [Cangelosi]

By Elliot Montanez // 20 Jan 2019

A few days back Lyrical Lemonade favorites Mulatto and Cangelosi teamed up for an amazing to mix titled “Grand Prix Mix” to honor the legendary Frankie Knuckles on his birthday. These two creatives really did a great job at putting this together, it felt more like an experience than just a mix because of the well timed skits that they would strategically place in there, it would leave you with a thought just as the beat switched up. I really enjoyed this record and I believe that you will too, take a few minutes of your day and stream this amazing new mix below! artwork by NIPZ

New Sheriff – [Han Vader] Ft. [Mak Sauce]

By Elliot Montanez // 19 Jan 2019

Han Vader is a creative from Atlanta that I have posted a handful of his records up to this point, and today he is back with his latest release titled “New Sheriff” featuring Mak Sauce! The feature on the back end of this track from Mak Sauce gave the track an extremely energetic feeling to compliment the foundation that Han Vader paved for him, and together these two made an all around catchy & memorable song. My favorite thing about Han Vader is that he seems to bounce from topic to topic with ease during his verses, plus he has this light-hearted & comedic quality to him that makes the music that much better. Take a few minutes of your day to stream this new song via Soundcloud below!

The Day After The Verdict – [MC Tree]

By Elliot Montanez // 19 Jan 2019

Chicago native MC Tree is making his return to our website today with his brand new thought provoking record titled “The Day After The Verdict”. When it comes to straight lyrical ability not many can go bar for bar with MC Tree, he never wastes a bar and he tends to improve any record that he jumps on. The main topic throughout this record are essentially his thoughts the day after the verdict of ex Chicago police officer & murder Jason Van Dyke for shooting Lawuan McDonald sixteen times, and MC Tree truly poured out his soul and you can hear it in the conviction in his voice. Along with the release of this new offering MC Tree left us with some words adding: “one day after convicted child killer and ex chicago cop jason van dyke was sentenced to 81 months for the murder of 16 year old laquan mcdonald. i felt compelled to express my feelings in a song last night.. i was heated to say the least, although this was the first time in the history of chicago that a chicago cop was convicted of wrongful murder on the job, which in itself is a great achievement …

Watch Future’s brand new interview with Nessa

By Elliot Montanez // 19 Jan 2019

Future is riding high fresh off of the release of his well received new album, and he recently stopped by Hot 97 for an intimate new interview with Nessa! You will find Future speaking about everything such as cutting down his lean usage, his biggest regrets, Andre 3000, evolving as an artist, what he looks for in relationships, his WIZRD album, his thoughts on social media, mentoring younger artists such as Young Thug, where his confidence comes from, wanting to see artists dreams come true, coming from nothing, being a great father, what to expect from him after this and much more. Check out this brand new interview below!

Slow Down – [Jarrett Rad]

By Elliot Montanez // 18 Jan 2019

We have been posting Jarrett Rad’s music on our website since early 2016, and today the LL veteran is making his way back with his brand new joint titled “Slow Down”. I have always enjoyed his music up to this point but this is easily his best record to date, it’s safe to say that he has a hit under his belt. The bouncy, light-hearted production that was handled by SonoBeats really left Jarrett with no choice but to go crazy, he really flexed his vocal abilities on this one. Take a few minutes of your day to listen to this new tune below and if you like it be sure to follow him on Soundcloud here.

Foolie – [Asoh Black]

By Elliot Montanez // 18 Jan 2019

New York emcee Asoh Black is a favorite here on our platform and he has been for quite some time now, and today he is making his return to our pages with his brand new offering titled “Foolie”. I thought I had a good grasp of what Asoh Black was all about (in a good way) but I never saw him coming with a record like this, he switched up his sound a certain amount and he created what I would consider a club smash. Not only was this record itself impressive but this song just might be Asoh’s best release to date, which is tough to say because I loved the roll out for “Joy”. Check out this brand new song below and if you enjoy it be sure to give Asoh a follow on IG here! produced by My Best Friend Jacob