SONGS

Show & Tell – [B. Aull] [ft. Shang-High]

By Barry Rosenblum // 25 Jun 2019

Fresh off a string of college shows with KYLE and Young M.A, Portland, ME-based rapper B. Aull is back with a hot new song and video titled, ‘Show & Tell.’ Alongside L.A. rapper Shang-High, he flows expertly over a suave and hard-hitting beat from Alpha Pup Records producer God.Damn.Chan. The beat has an incredible sample chop over banging 808s. The joyful energy brought by B. Aull and Shang-High makes this song a strong contender as one of the summer’s hottest tracks. Keep an eye out for more new music from B. Aull this summer. Watch the music video for, ‘Show & Tell,’ here: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/aullthat

Cookies Freestyle – [Nelsongang]

By Barry Rosenblum // 25 Jun 2019

Coming straight out of North Carolina, Nelsongang delivers a concise slapper for us to turn up too. On his newest single, ‘Cookies Freestyle,’ the rapper nonchalantly delivers memorable and easily repeatable lines. Produced by Milan Torne, the song has a murderous 808 line and a banging kick. Simple, short, and satisfying is the best way to describe, ‘Cookies Freestyle.’ Drawing comparisons to the likes of Chief Keef and other drill artists such as Lil Reese, Nelsongang brings a new vibe to the scene.

Still Winnin Still Ballin – [Sammy K]

By Barry Rosenblum // 25 Jun 2019

Atlanta’s very own Sammy K has been emerging in the Hip Hop scene in an impressive fashion. Signing a record deal with On Point Ent. in September 2018, Sammy K has been steadily amassing followers and fans. His debut single, ‘Still Winnin Still Ballin,’ pays homage to the music legends who show to be some of his biggest inspirations. Certainly a concept we have not seen before, Sammy K depicts 12 of his favorite album covers and recreates them with his own twist. The catchy hook, impressive verses and unique visuals paint a wholesome picture showing that Sammy K is ready to take over the game himself. With the future looking bright for the young emcee, the only thing left to consider now is how many iconic album covers can you identity from the “Still Winnin Still Ballin” music video.    

Addiction – [BIG K.R.I.T.] feat. [Lil Wayne] & [Saweetie]

By Lucas Garrison // 25 Jun 2019

After breaking out from Def Jam and putting in the hard work to reestablish himself independently,  Big K.R.I.T. has really settled into the indie life nicely and is his having an incredibly consistent 2019. In January he dropped off his TDT compilation and now, he has his sights set on a summer takeover, already 2 for 2 on singles from his August-bound album K.R.I.T. iz Here. Following the vehement “K.R.I.T. Here” the southern spitter returns with a different approach with the booty-call ready single, “Addiction.” Setting the stage for the salacious cut, Saweetie delivers a sultry, catchy hook that blends with a hypnotic backdrop from Rico Love & Don Corleone to create a sleek, late-night aura. Krizzle does a great job of matching the energy, but still carrying that southern “bite” with his stalwart, charismatic delivery.  Speaking of charisma, who better to delivery some clever, x-rated bars (while still impressing with a remarkably dexterous flow) than Weezy F. Baby? Nobody, making him the perfect guest on a track that should draw a bigger, different audience to K.R.I.T.’s work just in time for the album.

Call Me – [Danny Singh]

By Barry Rosenblum // 24 Jun 2019

Smooth. Confident. Wavy. NY-based singer Danny Singh is undoubtedly one of the most talented singers I have heard in quite some time. With melodic capabilities similar to that of Bryson Tiller and Frank Ocean, the charming crooner captures the hearts of many on his newest self-produced single, ‘Call Me.’ The undeniable rhythm of the summery beat can bring any club or party to life just seconds after it is played. Simply put, the song can put you in your feels or have you dancing with bae. Accompanied with a colorful and gripping music video, produced by Whipalo, the 20 year-old artist is bound to make a major splash this summer. With more music on the way, Danny Singh is an artist to keep an eye on.

Needs – [Allen Wilder] Ft. [Vinas]

By Elliot Montanez // 24 Jun 2019

Only maybe a week or so after making his debut solo appearance on our website, Allen Wilder is back again today with his brand new offering titled “Needs” featuring Vinas. When I say brand new, I really mean it this time, as this track was released literally five minutes ago and it’s really good if you ask me. This joint was produced by King Art, who is another dope artist out of the city who has been doing some cool stuff over at Columbia College, and together they created something to be proud of. Allen Wilder really let loose on this dreamy beat, he got a lot off of his chest, pay close attention to the lyrics provided here.

Comfort Inn – [Blush’ko]

By Sam Morrison // 24 Jun 2019

For the past couple of weeks, theres been one song that I’ve been unapologetically putting on repeat everytime i have the chance to listen to music. Whether ’m walking down the street with my AirPods in (subtle flex) or simply driving down the road in my car, the song “Comfort Inn” by Blush’ko is always my go to vibe. As a writer, I pride myself on being able to paint a picture for our readers that perfectly encapsulates the song, but when it comes to this track, I don’t think any words of description could do it proper justice. Blush’ko is a 28 year oldMacedonia born electronic, soul, R&B artist who is making his Lyrical Lemonade debut today! His song “Comfort Inn”, like I said, is a vibe that is just completely out of this world in every way. The amazing production paired with the beautifully executed vocals makes this a project that you will obsess over. I’m really sad that I hadn’t stumbled on Blush’ko sooner, but this track got me really excited to continue following his career down the road! I’ve attached the Spotify link to “Comfort Inn” down below so make sure you check it out and …

Wasn’t Love At All – [CASE]

By Elliot Montanez // 24 Jun 2019

CASE is a band out of Chicago who I have found myself jamming to time and time again this year, and just a couple of hours ago they released not one, but two new records titled “Wasn’t Love At All” and “Marry Me To The Ground”. Both of these tracks provided have similar feelings to them so I can totally see why they released the two together, and maybe this is an early sign of a project to come from the band, maybe with this overall vibe? Who knows, but keep your fingers crossed. I always love seeing young creatives in Chicago come together and make something special, and that’s the feeling I get with CASE, I’d image these guys will be around for a long, long time. Get in tune with one of Chicago’s upcoming bands by pressing play below!

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