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Smile – [The Weeknd] & [Juice WRLD]

Some things in life are just meant to happen and speaking certain moments into existence can certainly help put some of these things out into the universe. When Juice tweeted that he and The Weekend would inevitably make a diamond record with one another, it was only a matter of time before it actually happened. Juice was already a massive star and was somehow gaining even more traction than ever before which was seemingly impossibly considering he was already one of the most recognizable names in the music industry. The Weekend, however, has pretty much already cemented his legacy as one of the greatest singers of our generation who also knows how to make hit after hit, so when everything fell into place and he got an opportunity to deliver a verse on a previously recorded Juice song, he knew he had to make some magic with the dearly missed icon. The song I’m talking about ended up being called “Smile” and it’s a song you’ve probably been seeing everywhere considering how big of a deal it is that this collaboration finally happened. Internet Money production masterminds Nick Mira, Taz Taylor, and Cxdy all got together to bring this song …

A Conversation w/ J.I the Prince of NY: Returning to Music After Quitting, Current Brooklyn Scene, “Painless 2” w/ Lil Durk & Nav and more.

“I really view myself higher than a prince to be honest. Sometimes I view myself as a king or a God when it comes to my music. I just know that I have more work to do to really get to that point and work harder towards the goals that I have.” -J.I the Prince of N.Y It’s safe to say that if you are a fan of hip hop, or even music in general, that you may have had those childhood dreams of becoming a superstar one day. You may be in your room rehearsing rap songs, or having daydreams of you performing on stage in front of a sea of fans reciting every lyric you spit. For some of us, those thoughts may not make it past that, but for others, that dream had the potential to turn into a reality. Being a young teen and dreaming of being famous and on TV is something that not many rappers can say that they have had the experience of living through. For the 18 year old Brooklyn-native J.I the Prince of N.Y, he turned that dream into a reality when he first appeared on Jermaine Durpi’s The Rap Game at …

Vote for “Godzilla” by Eminem + Juice WRLD for ‘Video Of The Year’

Despite the setbacks that everyone inevitably had to deal with due to the virus, 2020 has still managed to be a special and productive year for us here at Lyrical Lemonade. Back in March, Cole Bennett of LL released easily the best video he has created to date with “Godzilla” by Eminem + Juice WRLD. When he was gearing up to drop this video, Cole told a lot of us around the office that he believed that this visual would win a VMA, so you can only imagine the excitement around the office when it got nominated for ‘Video Of The Year’ last week! Although being nominated is a huge honor within itself, it would mean the world to everyone at LL to bring home the award. So we are asking our fans to visit the link below to vote for “Godzilla” by Eminem + Juice WRLD, you can vote every day, thank you in advance! VOTE FOR “GODZILLA” HERE!

A Conversation w/ Nils: Working on ‘Legends Never Die’, Upbringing in Germany, Staying Humble and More

When it comes to the pioneers of the vast sea of producers in the states, many of us can name a lot of them without even thinking twice. However, when it comes to producers making a name for themselves overseas, they may not be as openly recognized as they may like. The hurdles in which they have to overcome, and the barriers that they need to break, happen to be a bit tougher than it can be for those who may be born here in the states. The one thing about hip hop, is that it is accepting to all kinds, no matter what. We will accept anyone regardless of race, sexual orientation, heritage, native language, anything–as long as that musician respects the culture. Hailing all the way from Hamburg, Germany, record-producer Nils has been making a massive impact in the game, and has been working his way up to becoming a household name in the music industry. The German rap scene, or any foreign rap scene for that matter, is very different than what we may be used to over here in the states. Nils made a name for himself by learning and adapting to music at a very …

Hate the Other Side – [Juice WRLD] ft. [Polo G] [The Kid Laroi] & [Marshmello]

Although Juice WRLD might not physically be here with us to enjoy how successful and just all-out wonderful his album Legends never Die is, he’s definitely looking down from the heavens smiling. His artistry and talent exceeded pretty much any other musician you can think of and he’s touched the lives of so many people, it’s kind of insane when you truly think about it. Considering new music videos are tough to create, Juice’s team has been thinking outside of the box and delivering some incredible visuals through archived clips, animations, and visualizers that do a fantastic job of contributing to his legacy. “Hate the Other Side” is the most recent song to receive a visualizer, and I was ecstatic to see this considering it’s possibly my favorite song off the album, although that’s a hard choice to definitively say because every single song is incredible. I’m positive that you’ve had to have heard it by now, but in case you haven’t, I’ll briefly touch on the different elements of the track. Marshmello created the beat with tender, sorrowful guitar riffs coupled with chattering percussion and pungent, sharp drums that give this track a gloomy yet energetic bounce. Although Juice …

Wishing Well – [Juice WRLD]

It’s no secret that Juice WRLD’s most recent posthumous album Legends Never Die was a smash hit. It touched on so many different topics and offered such a variety of all of the skills Juice possessed, truly giving fans a little taste of everything he could do so well. Personally, I think the first day it came out I listened to it on repeat at least four or five times because it just blew me away, and every new listen I would discover something different that would impress me even more. The selected features all elevated Juice and he impacted their portions as well, the beats complimented his vast collection of different styles, and he was just able to show the world yet again how much of a once in a lifetime artist he really was. Obviously, it’s a complete downer that most of his music videos at this point need to be made up of old recordings and things of that nature, but I still love watching these clips of Juice regardless. As for his new visual for one of the standout songs “Wishing Well”, his camp decided to bring this track to life in an animated visual which …

Legends Never Die – [Juice WRLD]

The story of Jarad Higgins, also known as Juice WRLD, will be one that is told in movies, documentaries, books, classrooms, etc for generations to come. It’s almost unbelievable when you think about all that Juice was able to accomplish in his lifetime, but especially in the less than two years that he took the music world by storm, seriously just take a second to think about this. A young teenager who was freshly graduated from Homewood Flossmoor High School created some music in his bedroom that would not only change his own life, not only impact the lives of his family + friends, but he created music that would help millions upon millions of people all over the globe, music that is timeless + that will live forever. The title of this new album “Legends Never Die” is ever so fitting, because it explains the situation perfectly. Juice WRLD worked extremely hard to become the monumental artist that he became, and although he is no longer here with us in the physical, his energy will never die, he will live forever through the art that he created. Juice WRLD is the most special artist that I have ever witnessed …

Come & Go – [Juice WRLD] ft. [Marshmello]

I can say with the utmost confidence that Juice WRLD was a one of a kind musician that only comes around once in a lifetime. While he might’ve started out humbly as an underground rapper and singer, his rise to fame was unlike anything I’ve seen in my life. It seemed like I was listening to him and showing friends his music for roughly six months ever since I had first found out about him and then in the blink of an eye, he was an immediate sensation. Obviously, he was beyond talented and shared messages that so many people could relate to, but there was just something deeper that isn’t quite tangible, and I’ve always had trouble putting my finger on it. Maybe it’s what some people consider a star factor or something like that, but either way, he had something that most artists, even most superstars, lack. Eventually, his music ended up transcending the Rap and Hip-Hop worlds and entered into various other genres where he once again was able to prove his dominance and talents to even wider audiences. This is clear as day with one of his most recent releases called “Life’s a Mess” which featured …

Life’s A Mess – [Juice WRLD] x [Halsey]

Anybody who is in tune with Lyrical Lemonade knows that Juice WRLD has always + will always hold a place near and dear to all of our hearts, so today was special when his camp announced that his posthumous album, Legends Never Die, will be dropping later this week. The cover art that they released with that announcement is absolutely amazing to say the bare minimum, but not only did they do all of that for us fans, but they also put out the first single titled “Life’s A Mess” featuring Halsey. This song is heart-tugging for any Juice WRLD fan to listen to, it’s a beautiful record that has a phenomenal melody to it, and is driven by arguably the greatest instrumental that I have heard all year. I was very impressed to hear just how well that Juice WRLD and Halsey complimented each other on this one, if this song is a taste of what we will be receiving on his album in just a few days, then we are in for something monumental. Stream this brand new record below.

Tell Me U Luv Me – [Juice WRLD] x [Trippie Redd]

Lyrical Lemonade founder, Cole Bennett, recently sent out a tweet that touched on the fact that he hasn’t dropped a music video in nearly a month, and how moving forward he was going to be dropping every single week for a couple of months. It didn’t take long for him to come through on that promise, as he just released the brand new music video for “Tell Me U Luv Me” by Juice WRLD and Trippie Redd. These two artists have been a couple of the most groundbreaking acts to come out within the last handful of years, so whenever they connected on a track it was always special, but this one just hit different both sonically and visually. This new track here has Trippie Redd on the hook who provided a truly unforgettable & catchy melodic that helped drive the track, while the legend Juice WRLD gave us two standout verses that are each unique in their own right, as he took a slower approach on the first one then sped it up the second time around. This record is going to be one of the best to come out in 2020 when the year is said and done, …