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High – [Kenny Mason]

Hailing from the talent-filled land of Atlanta, Georgia, Kenny Mason is en route to becoming one of the most refreshing acts out of the A in recent years. Fueled by his energetic, off-the-wall style and dense lyrical abilities, Mason is the kind of artist whose comfortability with his sound reflects a wise-beyond-his-years kind of mindset, and furthermore, the way that he explores and thrives within this pocket of sound is second to none. Today, fans get to feast on the latest from Mason — a brand new music video posted only on social media (to my knowledge) entitled “High.” Switching styles several times throughout, this offering clearly shows the extent of Mason’s artistically-inclined brain. With relative ease and seamless sonic transitions, he balances bellowing vocals with stimulating melodies and animated lyricism, blending all three together to curate a sound just as unique as it is advanced. Simultaneously, on the visual front, Mason matches the coloring and imagery of the video with the aesthetics of the sound at any given point during the offering, flipping back and forth between a colorful and a black and white world in the process. Needless to say, “High” is not just an incredibly impressive release …

It Rains – [Wiley From Atlanta] ft. [Kenny Mason]

Don’t judge a book by it’s cover…or in this case, title. You might see the name of this Lyrical Lemonade newcomer, Wiley From Atlanta, and be expecting a certain type of trap, but Wiley breaks the mold with a super unique style which, in a certain way, embodies the unconventional, creative spirit of Atlanta. He’s not what you might expect, and displaying this today, Wiley is here on our pages with one of my favorite discoveries of 2018, “It Rains” — an effort that encapsulates why I hopped on the bandwagon when I first came across his music in the first place What always jumps out to me is Wiley’s emotion and authenticity. Here, he pours (pun intended) over the end of a relationship, bringing to life his personal, emotional songwriting with raspy vocals that give off a truly genuine feel. Joining Wiley is fellow ATL-native, Kenny Mason, whose auto-tune twinged vocals fit incredibly well with the cascading, electronic-inspired beat from DvDx, and resulting from this collaboration, we receive a solid offering that I would certainly recommend our listeners check out. No word on if this is part of anything larger, but if you need more, I highly suggest Wiley’s …

Replay Interlude – [SuperSmashBroz] ft. [Jefe Replay]

For those who have been following Lyrical Lemonade for some time now, you may remember a write up we did on Boston DJs the SuperSmashBroz and their Massachusetts-oriented compilation project, Family Cookout last summer. Well, today, the SmashBroz continue what has been an eventful summer of shows and new releases with a brand new set of visuals for the song “Replay Interlude” off of the project. Featuring none other than Jefe Replay, this music video finds the Boston rapper in a natural atmosphere of women and partying, unleashing a barrage of clever bars with the same effortless style that we know and love him for. The Snapchat-incorporating scenery shows off unforgettable nights of good times, and all in all, this is a dope visual companion to go alongside a hard-hitting song, The SuperSmashBroz aren’t playing around this summer, so check out their latest offering at the link provided below! Shot by M9 Visuals Produced by LDG Beats

Codename: Girls Next Door – [Gin Mason] [CHI]

It comes as no surprise by now that Massachusetts is home to an incredible number of rising artists. Amidst the finest of these artists are Gin Mason and CHI: two remarkably gifted talents that are here today to present fans with a 6-track project, Codename: Girls Next Door alongside Boston DJ duo the SuperSmashBroz. For those who have been paying close attention to our pages recently, you may remember the first single from the project, “Girls Night“, released a few weeks back. We heard great promise on this loose release, but now that the final product is finally here, it goes without saying that Mason and CHI have blessed us all with a worthy soundtrack for the good times that arrive with the warm weather. Each song is immaculately placed in a way such that its full effect is felt, and the solo feature from fellow Boston native Michael Christmas only acts a cherry on top to the melodic track and my personal favorite off of the project, “Fronto”. Additionally, we need to acknowledge production credits from LDG, Maka, Tee-WaTT, the SuperSmashBroz, and KorHef, all of which absolutely snapped in their respective roles. The latest collaborative offering from Gin Mason and CHI deserves …

Girls Night – [SuperSmashBroz] ft. [Gin Mason] [CHI] [Joan]

Boston DJ duo, the SuperSmashBroz, are professionals at bringing together just the right artists for just the right songs (just look at Family Cookout for proof), and today, they’re here to exhibit this talent with a summer anthem entitled “Girls Night”. Matching up a few of their home city’s best female acts with Gin Mason, CHI, and Joan, the latest from the SmashBroz acts as a fitting soundtrack to a night of dancing and good times. The melodic bounce, coming through production courtesy of KorHef, makes for an intoxicating supply of galvanizing energy, and all in all, this track is an addictive collaboration that showcases what Boston has to bring to the table. Listen to “Girls Night” at the link below and be on the lookout for a full EP from these talents coming soon!

Purple Rain – [Paris Mason] ft. [Sahvannes]

Paris Mason debuts a brand new single titled Purple Rain featuring Sahvannes. Mason is an exciting up and coming artist out of Kansas. His style is a nice switch up from what you hear in the current mainstream hip hop. The dark and hazy piano instrumental along with the two artists’ gritty flows will have your head banging for sure.  Sahvannes even switches up the style of the song with his bar for bar style. Listen to the brand new track below.