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vulnerability – [Remedy4Ej]

SoundCloud is a streaming platform that means a lot more to me than most other music listening stages out there. I admittedly haven’t been on SoundCloud a ton in the last handful of years, but it was on this very platform that I discovered some of my favorite artists ever. Even if you are just starting out, have little to no following, and are trying to make a name for yourself, it seems like SC is the first place you should start uploading your music because even if listeners only have the free version of the app, they have unlimited access to your discography (even if you have to deal with a monotonous Wendy’s ad every few songs). This app has changed my life, and it’s the artists I’ve come across on there that have changed my outlook on the industry as well as my personal taste in music, and I will never abandon the streaming platform entirely because I’d be dumb to do that in any capacity. Although I get sent music daily from homies, publicists, and random people alike, when my friend sent me Remedy4Ej’s latest song “vulnerability”, the recommendation came through an email and an additional text …

612.Light – Paralyzed

Music can be used in one daily life as an effective form of therapy to provide an outlet for emotions. As an artist, writing music has the power to channel our emotions into a song that can now resonate with millions of people around the world. 612.Light from Cleveland, Ohio used his music to discuss broken relationships and messy situations he experienced during his childhood that one could only imagine. Deeply influenced by the late Juice Wrld and Iann Dior, the rising artist has developed a wave of his own. Since releasing his singles “Killbunk”, “Lil Shock”, and Gee Hues, 612.Light has gained thousands of fans and streams. Earlier this year, he shared his latest track “Paralyzed” featuring Killbunk. “On my track Paralyzed featuring Killbunk, I expressed the path it took me to get to the top. I’m basically saying that they are “paralyzed” to see that I actually made it and this is my reality now. While there is no time for visuals, me and my team are avidly working on putting together a banger for all to enjoy in the near future.” he stated. The melodic record did a wonderful job showcasing his dynamic sound and vibrating hook. …

Kid Navi – Rio

19-year-old artist Kid Navi is creating a name for himself out of Los Angeles. He began creating music after high school and quickly began to see the results of remaining consistent and learning how to perfect his craft. After creating just four songs, the rising artist surpassed over 500,000 streams. Heavily influenced by Juice Wrld, NF, The Kid Laroi, and a few others, Navi has cultivated his own blend of melodious rap. Last week, Navi debuted a new fun upbeat record titled “Rio”. The Max Rogoff-directed video takes us on a journey of Navi linking with a special lady. “This song means a lot to me by how I talk about real things that have happened in my life. I don’t need to be in a relationship to be happy because I know who I am and I know my self-worth. I talk about how people in high school would use me as a laughing stock, such as making fun of my music for a quick laugh and asking what am I actually going to do with my life when music doesn’t work out,” He recounted. “Now those same people are following me and asking for advice with music because …

Misha Bender: The New Rap Prodigy

In the world of music, genres are like little boxes that we put artists into. But what happens when an artist doesn’t fit neatly into any one box? We’re seeing it more and more as young artists experiment with blending genres, and the results can be truly exciting. Rappers are making emo music, pop stars are dabbling in hip-hop, and some artists mix so many different styles that it’s impossible to stick them with labels. We’ve seen it work for acts like Tierra Whack, Yves Tumor, Juice WRLD, and Lil West. Many of today’s most exciting newcomers are the ones who defy the genre altogether. Here is our new favorite doing just that, Misha Bender. Misha Bender is a name you’re going to want to remember. The Los Angeles-based hip-hop artist has already made waves with his first two singles, “The Blue” and “The Red.” “The Blue” is a sleek and catchy R&B track that manages to be both effortlessly smooth and interesting. “The Red,” on the other hand, is harder, edgier, and impossible to classify. Jagged guitar stabs through booming bass and Misha’s fluid delivery dances on the line between rapping and singing. In just two songs, Misha has …

Jflexxx Returns With His Latest Single “Blackout”

Over the years, Florida has received a lot of recognition for discovering new artists. From Kodak Black, Rod Wave, Ski Mask The Slump God, T-Pain, Rick Ross, Denzel Curry, XXXTentacion, and many others, Florida has contributed in a tremendous way to the Hip-Hop scene and theres more to come. JFlexxx also known as Jeff Moss, is a new face to keep your eye out for in 2022. Growing up with a father who was a DJ, played a major role in JFlexxx being introduced to the music scene. Being influenced by some of the biggest names in hip-hop such as Drake, JuiceWrld, Eminem, and Young Thug, it was only a matter of time before the rising artist decided to bet on himself. JFlexxx began his career nine months ago, and he already received some notable accomplishments. The Florida rapper had the opportunity to collaborate with YNW BSlime on “Demons” with 226k and counting views on Youtube. His first single, I Done Got Rich, received over 100,000 streams in less than a month. His most-streamed single “Fate“ has more than 2.2M streams on Soundcloud and 70,000 monthly listeners. Most recently, he shared his latest single titled Blackout. “Blackout gives me a …

Sukamii: The Lemonade Stand Interview

You might know him as John, you might know him as Sukamii, but here at Lyrical Lemonade, we know him as a good friend. Sukamii is one of the most talented clothing designers that we have ever met, he has amassed a huge following up to this point, so it only made sense to have him come by the office for his first-ever interview! We spoke about plenty of topics such as growing up in Connecticut, his upcoming clothing collection, moving to Chicago, the Sukamii x Lenny collaboration, being a janitor at the West Hartford Town Hall, Juice WRLD wearing his clothes, and much more. Take some time out of your day to check out this brand new interview below!

Astromantic – [Yung Astro]

Yung Astro is a rapper that was suggested to me by a colleague. When I finally got the time and sit down and digest some of the music I walked away thinking Astro could carve a solid lane out for himself. Sonically if I had to pick a lane where his sound falls under it would be in the same vein as Juice Wrld and Dro Kenji. However, I believe Yung Astro has more of an upbeat sound and more positive and braggadocious content than Juice and Kenji. I think some fans naturally will say he’s a clone of rapper X, but also I feel like that’s a part of his choice of production. A rapper can’t change his voice, and I believe Yung Astro has his own narrative and will take off if he markets and brands himself properly. This deluxe was a nice listen for me as I was gaming and riding in the car, it’s music that you should digest while doing an activity or when you’re outside. After the break, check out Yung Astro’s deluxe version of Astromantic.

Strings – [Tuxx]

It may not be super apparent based on my current taste in music and many of the songs I write about, but I grew up a huge fan of rock music. At first, it was bands like AC/DC and Van Halen that really helped me grasp what music as a whole was, but then as I got older, I got extremely into punk rock and pop-punk thanks to bands like Green Day, Jimmy Eat World, and Blink-182. By the time I got to high school, I had shifted most of my focus on rap, but these are still bands and genres that are engrained in who I am, so you can bet that I was extremely excited when certain hip-hop acts started to incorporate these sounds into their music. Obviously, there are elements of these genres in music created by everyone from the late greats like Juice WRLD and Lil Peep to hyperpop acts like Brakence and ericdoa, but one person who I have been seriously impressed with is Tuxx. He is an emcee that I haven’t kept up with as much as I once did probably about a year ago, but I always try and listen whenever he drops …

Say You Will – [Nicholas Mick]

Nicholas Mick is a singer and songwriter that’s making his return on the Lyrical Lemonade pages by way of his new single “Say You Will.” Nicholas blends an array of sounds to create the sounds that he’s able to come up with. You wouldn’t expect any less coming from an artist who is inspired sonically by Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sublime, Juice Wrld, Lil Peep, and more. “Say You Will” falls in the Kid Laori category of the spectrum. I love how the acoustic guitar matches up well with Nicholas’ voice I feel like I’m in a euphoric state when I close my eyes and listen. I wish this record would have a baseline or another sound in the backdrop to make it feel as if the guitar and vocals weren’t floating by themselves. Stream Nicholas Mick’s new single “Say You Will” for yourself after the break.

Distraction – [Polo G]

There was a moment in time when I had no clue who or when the next actually massive artist was going to emerge from the Chicago scene, which was exciting but also left a lot of people questioning who was going to be the next person to step up. We knew it would happen eventually, but we had no idea what the time frame would be or what they would sound like. Then came Juice WRLD, an artist of uncountable talents who truly changed the world of music as we knew it. Juice was hip to everyone, so when he and Polo G released some music, it was clear that it was Polo’s time to make a statement, and he did time and time again throughout his tenure. This hasn’t changed, either, because he has consistently been one of the hardest, most consistent emcees in the city, so it’s basically a holiday whenever he puts out something new. Although it has been some time, just a handful of days ago he released a brand-new song called “Distraction” as well as a fantastic accompanying music video directed by Christian Breslauer. Southside and Cubeatz teamed up for the production on this one, …