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Sliding – [D Mitch]&[Bic Fizzle]

Representing for Arkansas in our pages today is the duo of Little Rock’s D Mitch and Blytheville’s Bic Fizzle, who has become one of the very biggest artists in the state since signing to Gucci Mane’s The New 1017 more than a year ago. Both Mitch and Fizzle have been remarkably consistent over the past year and change, showing their versatility and desire to take their music further than their neighborhoods and are not scared to invest in themselves. Despite being from opposite parts of the state, Fizzle and Mitch are united by an unmistakable hustler’s chemistry with the humble confidence that comes with being the best at what you do. I hope this is not the last collaboration between D Mitch and Bic Fizzle and certainly look forward to what else is coming soon for each artist respectively.  

Gucci Mane of VA – [Young Crazy]

See why Young Crazy claims his title as the Gucci Mane of VA, with his brand new EP that was released just last week. One of my favorite parts about being a music writer is following the careers of those you’ve written about in the past, which is exactly the case with Virginia star Young Crazy. I first wrote about his single “Suburban Kid,” a fiery, catchy track that had both his streaming numbers, and his home state jumping. Recently, he was able to regain 100% of his mastered tracks, allowing him to bless his fanbase with a surprise “greatest hits” LP Who TF is Crazo Damn, which only generated a bigger buzz around his name prior to the release of this latest tape Gucci Mane of VA.  The tape starts with paying homage to Gucci through a beautiful beat by Moye & The Beatman, showcasing Young Crazy’s talent and providing a retro 2000s feel that represents Gucci’s style. “BLIT” and “Suburban Kid” are singles that are already hot in the DMV and add solidified status to the project, and “Bombaclat” is a brand new joint that looks to have the surrounding club scene in its grip. “On the Radar Freestyle” is …

EA Monster – [Young Nudy]

There’s never a moment in time where Atlanta isn’t completely popping off, and that’s a stance I’ll stand by no matter what, even though I don’t think anyone will really disagree. If you look at the facts along with the artists that hail from this city like Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Future, 21 Savage, and so many others, there is literally an endless supply of insanely great music, and you don’t have to look very far to find something new. Young Nudy is one of the most dependable artists in my personal opinion when it comes to fantastic music, and even though he has a voice and delivery that might be regularly anticipated at this point, his beat selection is one of a kind, and it rejuvenates his flows as if they’re brand-new every single time. I keep a pretty close eye on Nudy, and even though I had seen rumors of his album EA Monster dropping at some point, I somehow completely missed its actual release on Monday, but as soon as I came to the realization that it dropped, I wasted no time heading to Spotify to listen. This effort boasts 11 songs lasting around 35 minutes long, …

Magnus Mason Drops Debut Album “People Always Told Me”

Born and raised in South Germany, Magnus Mason is becoming a familiar face in the music industry. Since childhood, he has been working on his talents and building a gift for contemporary hip-hop beats and melodic trap melodies. A multi-instrumentalist who plays the piano, guitar, and keyboard, Magnus has many skills under his belt. After being introduced to Hip-hop at the age of 12, he found his purpose and decided to pursue his music career. Magnus taught himself the English language by watching Youtube videos until he fully understood the context. Five years later, Magus has gained over 300,000 streams and received co-signs from the likes of Summer Walker and The Game. This summer, he released his latest project “People Always Told Me” with 16 tracks for his fans to enjoy. “My favorite song is weightless and people always tell me,” He stated. “Both beats I had for 3 or 4 years, so I put a lot of time Into writing. After finally recording them after so long I was very happy with how they turned out. Also in case, I forgot what I like. I hope there’s something for everyone on the album.” This album takes a deep dive …

Southside Interview: Putting the Craft First & Watching Success Come After

“I learned one thing from Kanye that I will always think of going forward. He told me to always make sure I focus on the music, and the money will come afterward. If I put all of my focus on the music, the music will sound better and I won’t have to worry about the money later on because it’s gonna come from the great music I’ve been making.” -Southside As more time passes, people are beginning to realize just how much impact producers have and recognize the overall importance that they play in the overall creation of a song. One thing we have been seeing a lot over the past couple of years is producers getting listed as main artists on songs now, rather than their name being in the backend on the credits. Producers are letting their presence be known, and rightfully so, it’s about time. That being said, when speaking about the producer pioneers and the people who really helped shape and shift the culture, it’s very difficult to speak on that without mentioning 808 Mafia, and Southside. Being the founder of 808 Mafia alongside TM88, Southside is responsible for hundreds of songs that we all know …

Us vs. Them – [Quavo] & [Takeoff] ft. [Gucci Mane]

It has now been a few months since initial rumors got out about Migos’ breakup, and even though they are one of the biggest super groups in the history of rap music, the official news has still been kept under wraps somehow. I mean, all three artists have still dropped music, with Offset doing his own thing while Quavo and Takeoff have consistently dropped records together, but there is no official word on what is actually going on. Part of me hopes that this is just a PR stunt to gain attention before some massive announcement for the group as a unit but considering they haven’t spoken on it and my speculation seems unlikely, I feel like it’s just wishful thinking that’s ultimately going to let me down. All three emcees still have their membership in the collective in some of their social media bios from what I last saw, but I don’t know if this really tells us anything significant. Nonetheless, I have loved every song that Quavo and Takeoff have released with one another, and their latest song “Us vs. Them” featuring Gucci Mane is definitely no exception. Over blood-pumping production courtesy of DJ Durel, Duce, Eza, and …

All Dz Chainz – [Gucci Mane] ft. [Lil Baby]

Whether you’re from Atlanta or just love the music scene in the southern city, it’s a place that needs no introduction in the world of music, and it has long solidified its place at the top of the hierarchy of the rap industry. I mean, I could most likely literally count to 100 ATL-born artists quicker than I can count to 100 in general, and with such a booming landscape, there are more and more emcees coming out of the woodwork every single day. Gucci Mane has been a staple in the Georgia capital for literally decades, and even with a change of pace and style as he got older and gained more notoriety, he seems to be putting out more instant classics than ever. Lil Baby might be newer to the business when compared to the OG, but he has already made more than enough noise to have his food and eat it too, so there isn’t anything that either of these rappers could drop that wouldn’t have the world going absolutely insane. Throw beat smith Wheezy into the mix with a little help from fellow producer Juke Wong, and you get “All Dz Chainz”, an all-out banger that …

Heavy Motion – [GwalaBoy Phlyy]

As the summer has officially begun, artists across the nation have been delivering countless hits that would fit perfectly for the summer we are about to have. After spending a couple of years couped up in the house, outside is starting to look like outside again. That said, the summer anthems are in rotation. Representing North Miami, GwalaBoy Phlyy has been doing a fantastic job at making a name for himself in Miami and the game overall. Recently linking up with Bobby Fishscale on their “Cartier” collab, GwalaBoy is on a run right now and is ready for his swing at the plate. From his Going Collasal project released last year, GwalaBoy is making a debut on the Lyrical Lemonade platform with visuals for his single, “Heavy Motion”. For some backstory on GwalaBoy, he was raised by a single mother, and that is where he learned his resilience, hustler’s mentality, and drive. Citing acts such as Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, and Future as inspiration, he has learned to take bits and pieces from each of these artists’ talents and uses them to craft his own unique style, flow, and artistry. Produced by Saint Luka, GwalaBoy talks his talk and he raps about …

Z Money: The Lemonade Stand Interview

Z Money is somebody that needs no introduction, he is a Chicago legend and today I am proud to release our latest Lemonade Stand interview featuring him! I spoke with Z Money about several subjects including his brand new album, his relationship with Valee, the moment that “Two 16’s” started to blow up, mentorship he’s received from Gucci Mane, the schools he attended, and much more. This was a solid conversation and a much-needed interview from Z Money, it’s been a minute since he’s publicly spoken, and this was the perfect time to do so. Watch this brand new interview below!

Bankroll Freddie Shares New Single “Broke Asf”

Bankroll Freddie’s growth throughout his career is undeniable. Ever since his 2020 debut, “From Trap To Rap,” The Arkansas rapper has been making his mark in the music industry with collaborations from City Girls, Megan Thee Stallion, EST Gee, 2 Chainz, Young Scooter, PnB Rock, Young Dolph, and Gucci Mane. This week Freddie is back on the scene with his new single “Broke ASF”, his first drop of 2022. This single confirmed that the QC signee isn’t going anywhere no time soon. His fanfaronade lyrics are centered around his relentless hustle that brought him to stardom in such a sort amount of time. The visuals for this track feature Bankroll Freddie standing in front of a dangling microphone with his homeboys surrounding him as he flexes stacks of money while spitting bars about building the life he lives today. “Steady talking ’bout money but that’s cap these n***** broke as f**k. If I ain’t the trapper of the year, look, I’m the runner up. The shit I spent all in a month, I could’ve bought a Bentley truck. Told y’all boys to add me up, look, I just spent another ticket.” Hopefully this single will be one of many Bankroll …