Watch femdot’s new interview with Viewfinder

femdot is a couple of weeks out from the release of his project Not For Sale, and just yesterday, a new interview featuring him was released by the good people at Rap Portraits. On this episode of Viewfinder, the host Yoh asked fem about many different interesting topics about his journey so far in life and music. A few of the topics that they touched on were fem’s recent COLORS performance, his project 94 Camry Music, being a literal scientist, the trip he took to Nigeria, and more. This was a great interview, any fan of femdot will love this interview, so you might as well go ahead and hit play below!

Digits – [femdot.]

It’s nearly December and it’s been a great year for Chicago music, but last week, we got blessed with one of the best Chicago projects of the year by femdot. His Not For Sale project has been performing well and leaving a great impression on his fanbase, and today he is back with a brand new music video for the second song on the tape, “Digits”. The project offers an array of different sounds, there’s introspective + reflective joints, melodic/feel-good records, and then there’s this one, the hardest hitting of them all. Fem really got the chance to talk shit sh*t on this joint, and there’s a beautiful change of pace at the end once theMIND comes on the track + finishes it off. Don’t sleep on fem, he’s on his way to greatness and this new tape/video are only furthermore proving that.

Not For Sale – [Femdot]

I don’t know about you, but I remember exactly when I fell in love with the music scene here in Chicago, and that’s a moment that changed my life forever. I remember walking home from a friend’s house at night back in high school when I came across Chance the Rapper’s hit song “Juice”, and after tuning in, nothing was the same. From here, I went down a rabbit hole of discovering new artists from the city, and after seeing just how complex and diverse this midwestern music hub truly is, there was no going back. Back in the early 2010s was just one of the most remarkable moments in music in my own personal opinion, and even though things have changed, artists have grown, and new talents have emerged, I’ll never take that moment in time for granted for even a second. Despite the shift in sounds and styles over the years, there are currently a select few artists who have made it their mission to continue this city’s storied legacy with a narrative of their own, and Femdot is definitely at the very top of this list. He pours his heart and soul into every single record he …

Vanity – [Ausar] x [femdot]

Anyone who is tapped in with Ausar knows that he is one of the best most promising young musicians that Chicago has to offer, and we also know that he rarely drops music, so when he does, it feels like a holiday. A few days ago, Ausar unleashed his new single titled “Vanity” featuring fellow Chicagoan femdot, and it’s one of the best pieces of music that you will hear today. These are without a doubt two of the best pure rappers in the entire midwest, so when you put them over some @SouthpawSwade production, it’s simply a recipe for success. This appears to be the first single on Ausar’s upcoming project, hopefully, he actually releases this project, and it doesn’t get shelved for like five years… Anyways, give this new record a listen below!

Watch Femdot perform “Bussin” on COLORS

There are few artists in the current music scene that are more important to Chicago than Femdot. He has been grinding for years, making moves on a daily basis to go from local legend to world-renown phenom, and it has been one of the most fun rises to fame to watch that I can think of. The way Fem is able to bridge the gap between his real-life stories and relevant, impressive sounds is remarkable, and his skills are nothing short of incredible. Despite his constant grind, it has been so cool to see all of his hard work pay off, especially over the last year or so, but it’s insane to think that this is still just the start of his potential being unleashed to wider audiences. One thing fans can get excited about is the highly-anticipated release of his upcoming project Not For Sale, and as we prepare for that, he released a brand-new single entitled “Bussin” that certainly has me waiting on the edge of my seat for his next project because if it’s anything like this song, I know it’s going to do numbers and be massively successful. In order to gain even more buzz for …

bishop ford – [femdot]

It’s no secret that Chicago native femdot is like family to all of us here at Lyrical Lemonade, and it’s also common knowledge that he is one of the best spitters that the city has to offer, and today he is back with a brand new visual for “Bishop Ford”. This is a record that fem released a couple of months ago as a part of his BOGO 2-packs, and it’s been well received by fans this far, so you just knew a music video was going to follow. Fem connected with fellow Chicagoan Jon Levert who directed this visual, and if you know anything about their prior work together, they just seem to understand the assignment every single time that they connect. The rest of 2021 is going to prove to be pivotal for fem, his fans are ready for more new music and it seems to be on the horizon. produced by gold haze x blvvk

happyseptember. – [Femdot]

Femdot is definitely one of my favorite artists in the city, but I never get to write about him because all the homies always get to his new releases first, so when I had the opportunity with his latest song “happyseptember.”, I couldn’t pass up the chance. He’s simply one of the most creative minds in the Windy City, constantly incorporating new flows into his various records that are full of unbelievable wordplays and eye-opening encounters that are so descriptive, you feel like you’re there in the moment with him. Just last night, he tweeted out a new rough cut of this record, saying: “this not no album shit. just me at 11:05 pm in my crib. a lot of times i record to get words i can’t get out any other way. wrote this cause it helped me. but maybe it can help you too. you not alone. happiness is on the horizon. happy september.” That’s something I respect so much as well because the root and the meaning of music is to express yourself and the emotions you’re dealing with, so being able to see his transparency and the sentiment that went into this record, even if it’s …

Joey Purp: The Lemonade Stand Interview

Joey Purp has been a mainstay in Chicago’s music scene for some years now and he’s one of my personal favorite rappers of the past decade. A few months ago I had Joey Purp come by the Lyrical Lemonade office for a new interview, and today we just dropped the final product. You will find Joey talking about several subjects such as his musical influences, how Savemoney formed, his upcoming music releases, Leather Corduroys, Knox Fortune, his discography, working with fellow Chicago native femdot, a collab project with KAMI, what he thinks is missing in Chicago’s music scene and much more. This was one of my favorite interviews that I have ever done, it was a great conversation and I hope that you think the same!

Lock It Up – [Nascent] x [Saba] x [Duckwrth]

O apologize because I am a couple of weeks late to this article, but sometime in the middle of May, Nascent recruited Duckwrth and Saba for an amazing new song/visual for “Lock It Up. Nascent is somebody that I have known about for some years now, he is a talented producer and from what good friends of mine like femdot tell me, a great person. On this release here, Nascent created a substantial instrumental, one that you could listen to by itself on repeat for hours if you wanted to. When you get two specials artists like Duckwrth and Saba on a beat like this, you can only expect greatness, and that’s exactly what we received. Do yourself a favor and watch this new visual below!

Watch femdot’s new interview on Dusse & Backwoods Podcast

femdot is one of the best rappers out of Chicago and that’s well known at this point, he’s been releasing some solid music so far this year, and today he is back on our website with his new interview on the Dusse & Backwoods Podcast. The two hosts asked femdot about plenty of topics such as rap battles, hip-hop legends that he would want to rap with, his experiences at local skating rinks in Chicago growing up, artist development, artists who don’t get the flowers that they deserve, and they even got fem to talk about his first strip club experience. Watch this brand new interview below and if you enjoy it, subscribe to their YouTube channel! Hosted by @Tungotjokes • @idare1official