Land On The Moon – [OSBS]

Today we have a duo that goes by the moniker of OSBS (On Sum Bull$h*t) who are making their first appearance on our website with their brand new music video for “Land On The Moon”. These guys D5 (Darral Scott) and Smoke One (Jordan Gendron) are based out of Crenshaw in South Central Los Angeles and they create music that has elements of gritty southern rap as well as west coast rhyme structures at times. These two have been on a extremely successful run that includes dropping a memorable EP titled No Cap that landed some big features, working with DJ Drama to joining Gunna on his Drip Or Drown Two Tour, and the release of this visual looks to be the next step for them. Watch this brand new music video below and if you like what you hear then be sure to share it with a friend! Directed by TMG films

Watch Young Thug’s brand new interview Nardwuar

Young Thug recently hit the stage at Rolling Loud down in Miami over the weekend, and the GOAT Nardwuar got a chance to chop it up with him for a few quick minutes, and we just got blessed with the final product. You will find Nardwuar asking Thugger (along side Gunna) about plenty of subjects such as Danny Glover, old photos of himself, being included in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Flintstones and more before he had to go join Travis on the stage. Check out this short but entertaining clip below!

Home Body (Remix) – [Lil Durk] ft. [Teyana Taylor] [Melii]

Lil Durk’s latest single gets a sultry remix with the assistance of Teyana Taylor and emerging crossover rapper-singer Melii. The remix to Durk’s “Home Body” which was released off of his latest project, Signed To The Streets 3, originally featured Gunna and TK Kravitz, but now Teyana leads in the sexy new remix with her trademark sultry vocals that play cleverly against the subtle bass and kick drums in the song’s production. Durk’s original verse is placed in between Taylor and Melii providing an ear-perking contrast between the sultry vocals of the newly added verses. Melii closes the remix out with a slightly more upbeat flow that finds its lane between the grit that Durk provided and the softness of Teyana’s harmonies. The reimagining of the original album cut proves itself to be a compelling addition to the Only The Family label-boss’ discography. If you’re feeling the new remix of Lil Durk’s “Home Body” make sure to show him some love by following on Twitter and Instagram.

Bad Habits – [NAV]

I have been a fan of NAV for a couple years now so I am happy to bring our audience his brand new album titled “Bad Habits”! One of the first things that I noticed about this tape is how long it is, coming in at twenty four tracks it’s a pretty lengthy listen but trust me when I saw that it’s worth it. There are quite a few star studded features that are included on this album from the likes of Meek Mill, The Weekend, Young Thug, Gunna, 88GLAM, Lil Durk and last but certainly not least, Future. Of course though, NAV was the main shining factor throughout this entire tape, making for what will be considered one of his classics when it’s all said and done. Stream this brand new album via Soundcloud below and if you like what you hear be sure to share it with a friend.

Lesbean Remix – [Aaron Deux]

Aaron Deux is one of the best upcoming producers that I know, and not to mention he can rap circles around his competition, and a couple days back he released a brand new remix to “Lesbean” by Young Thug, Gunna & Metro Boomin. Aaron cut up this record and made it hit extremely hard with his additions to the beat, it’s an all around good listen that anyone can enjoy. Stream this brand new remix below and if you dig Aaron’s work be sure to give the young legend a follow on Twitter here.


While Chicago has been known as a reputable city in hip-hop for numerous years now, this revered position has not arrived without the constant innovation and hard work of the artists that so faithfully represent the prowess of their home city. It is these artists that we have to credit for this respected reputation, and we here at Lyrical Lemonade try to honor this in every way possible by constantly bringing new Chicago acts into our headlines here on our website. That said, 2018 has been yet another fantastic year for Chicago music, so we went ahead and compiled a list of our “Top 50 Chicago Projects” of the year. This now marks the third year that we have been putting out this list, and we believe that it’s safe to say this year’s list might just be the most solid one from top to bottom that we’ve seen yet. Thank you to our terrific writing staff for all of the hard work they have put in this year, I will be linking their socials below so be sure to contact them about getting featured on the website in the future. Seamus Fay • Mike Del Ro • Sam Morrison • …

YOSEMITE – [Travis Scott]

Needless to say, Travis Scott’s ASTROWORLD has made major waves since its release, as aspects from the quality of music to the sheer skill in production and orchestration have found Travis in a lane all his own this year.  Recently receiving an honorary ‘ASTROWORLD DAY’ in his hometown of Houston, Texas, Travis is continuing his hot streak with the release of his cinematic visual for “YOSEMITE.” The video, in true La Flame fashion, taps into the creative mind of Scott while bringing his ASTROWORLD theme park to life. The video utilizes the suspense until the infamous beat switch of the song which is translated in the video through a boy’s journey through an alternate universe in which he discovers the abandoned, yet fully functional, ASTROWORLD. Gunna and Travis are seen aboard a private jet while rapping their respective verses looking down upon the desolate theme park. Watch Travis Scott’s new video for “YOSEMITE” below and tell us what you think of the cinematic new visual in the comment section!

Chanel – [Young Thug] Ft. [Lil Baby] & [Gunna]

Young Thug is one of the biggest artists in the world and when it’s all said and done he will be remembered as a legend from our time, so when he dropped a brand new music video for “Chanel” featuring Lil Baby & Gunna I stopped what I was doing and gave my upmost attention. This record has been doing numbers and the fans were dying for a visual for this cut, and I believe I speak for them all when I say that we were pleased with the final product! Do yourself a huge favor and watch this brand new visual below!

Watch the Rap Radar Interview w/ Gunna & Lil Baby

Atlanta based artists, Gunna and Lil Baby stopped by the Rap Radar table to break down their blossoming careers as solo artist’ and their recently released collaborative project, Drip Harder. The two jump into an array of topics from their influences, come up and creative process during the making of their respected individual projects. Gunna speaks on his relationship with Metro Boomin and Lil Baby gives us some hidden gems behind the creation of his famous “wah-wah-wah, bitch I’m the baby” ad-lib. The two MC’s chemistry and camaraderie are very present from the start of the interview giving you the sense that this is more a conversation between friends than an interview. Hopefully, the “Drip Too Hard” duo continue to collaborate during their careers, showing an immense amount of promise as a group. Watch the in-depth interview below and give us your thoughts on the future of these rising artists in the comment section!

Sincerely, Tokyo – [Madeintyo]

We have been covering Madeintyo’s amazing career since the beginning, and today I was very excited to bring you his brand new album titled “Sincerely, Tokyo“. There is a total of fourteen records on this album and after sitting with it for some time now I believe it’s safe to say that this is by far his best project to date, which I understand is a bold comment considering his past tapes but I am positive that you will soon agree with me. You juts simply can’t deny that Madeintyo flashed plenty moments of excellence on this one, he caught flows & created melodies that only he can create, creating styles that I’m sure plenty of other artists will try to imitate. The beat selection on this project was absolutely outstanding, and Madeintyo really showed that he has matured as an artist when attacking many of these instrumentals, certain records like the interlude had me impressed with his lyrical ability, he proved he can do much more than just create a vibe. The features on this album helped take it to that next level, as they come from the likes of 24hrs, Roy Wood$, Gunna, Tinashe and last but certainly …