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Mood (Remix) – 24kGoldn & Iann Dior ft. [Justin Bieber] &[J Balvin]

When I first heard 24kGoldn and Iann Dior’s song “Mood” a few months ago, I knew from the moment I heard the first hook that it was an absolute banger that would take the world by storm. Little did I know that it would go number 1 on Billboard and remain in the top spot for weeks and even months on end. They’ve ridden high on the song’s success, understandably, and have even taken their talents to live performances on massive outlets like Jimmy Kimmel Live!, spreading the word about this unbelievable hit with all the charisma and enthusiasm they know how. I honestly don’t think the fun is ever going to stop with this song, thankfully, and I’m not complaining whatsoever. Luckily, they’re continuing their joyride with the release of a remix for the record, getting Justin Bieber and J Balvin, two world-renown artists who need no introduction, to join them for some new additions. After seeing this track teased on social media for the past week or so, I couldn’t have been more anticipatory, and now that it’s in our hands, the wait and all the hype surrounding the release is undoubtedly well worth it. Starting out, the …

Always Do – [The Kid LAROI]

If you didn’t know by now that The Kid LAROI is a superstar, you must be intentionally avoiding his music. When he released Fuck Love this past summer, this fact was solidified even more than it was before, and even after some major guest verses with other artists, he hasn’t slowed down in the slightest. Luckily, he decided to gift fans with a deluxe version of this project which he entitled Savage, making it appear as if it’s a brand-new separate project in and of itself, and I can’t wait to run through it more than the singular time I already have. One of the new songs that he delivered on this addition is called “Always Do”, a record that’s as catchy as it is emotional, yet LAROI seems to never fully finish revealing the heartbreaking relationships he gets into, with this record adding to the sorrow yet again. A slew of talented producers came together to bring the instrumental to life, using moving acoustic guitar licks, snaps, tapping hats, and clean, subdued drums that come together for a somewhat minimal beat that LAROI truly shines on, allowing his passion to take the brunt of the work. On the hook, …

Without You – [The Kid Laroi]

A Lyrical Lemonade favorite, The Kid Laroi returns with his deluxe version of his album, “F*ck Love” adding 7 amazing and melodious tracks. An extremely talented lyricist, Laroi shines on the final track, Without You as he sings about lost love over an absolutely heavenly guitar instrumental. The track layers Laroi’s incredible vocals with his talented rhymes. You can hear in Laroi’s voice he knows what he is talking about, he is able to sing from the heart to the point where the listener can feel his emotions. At only 17, it’s incredibly exciting to see how much The Kid Laroi can grow and continue to make great music. Stream the incredible new offering down below. Produced by Omar Fedi and Blake Slatkin

Grammy – [Memoria XI]

For most music listeners, Memoria XI is a name that might be new to you, but it’s a name you’re definitely going to want to put on your radar moving forward. At only 18 years old, his voice carries such power and emotion that you’d think he’s been making music for decades, and although he’s an artist I’m just getting familiar with, this is true from the very moment you press play on any of his songs. Although Hyattsville, Maryland might not be world renown for Hip-Hop or Rap music, Memoria isn’t letting this discourage him, stating “I was just some skinny kid with glasses. No one expected me to do this, but I was self-motivated”. Motivation and belief in your skills are some of the most important things when starting out your career, and I have no doubt in my mind that Memoria’s aptitudes are going to carry him to heights that even he might have trouble fathoming. The first track I had ever heard from the Maryland native is his most recent offering “Grammy”, but I can tell without a single doubt in my mind that he is a star in the making, and that’ll be clear and …

Behind The Scenes of The Kid LAROI’s “So Done” Video Shoot

The latest Behind The Scenes Episode is surrounding The Kid LAROI’s latest music video for “So Done”, enjoy!

So Done – [The Kid Laroi]

When you think about all of the amazing storylines that have been attached to new artists in the music world, none are more inspiring than The Kid Laroi’s, in my opinion. Just a couple of years ago he was in his home country struggling with a dream of becoming a music superstar, he was homeless and just trying to get by day to day, and now here in October of 2020, he is without a doubt one of the most promising music talents that we have seen in the past decade. Tonight, The Kid Laroi is back on our platform with his brand new music video for “So Done”, directed by Lyrical Lemonade’s own Cole Bennett. I don’t even need to get into the classic videos that these two have created in the past, that speaks for itself, but I will say that this new release is an instant classic in my eyes. This music video gave me some old school movies type of vibes, for some reason, certain shots + scenes reminded me of the classic moment in The Breakfast Club. This is one of my favorite music videos that we’ve ever done, and I think it will end …

Watch The Kid Laroi’s brand new interview on Carton Conversations

A good chunk of the Lyrical Lemonade fanbase knows that we have been putting a ton of time and effort into creating content for our Lyrical Lemonade 2 YouTube Channel, and one of the growing series that we have been pushing is Carton Conversations. We have had guests on CC so far such as Internet Money and 24kGoldn, and today we are happy to bring you guys a new episode featuring The Kid Laroi! The host’s JB + Gloupjake spoke to The Kid Laroi about countless topics such as his new album F*ck Love, the skits on the tape, his basketball skills, working with Corbin + Logan Paul, and much more. Take some time out of your day to watch this brand new interview below!

Wrong – [The Kid Laroi] ft. [Lil Mosey]

It’s no secret at all that The Kid Laroi, although he comes from a much different background than most Hip-Hop artists, is one of the most incredible young talents in the game right now. His voice is distinct and incredible, his flows are natural and inventive, and his charisma is simply at the forefront of every single song he creates. Add Lil Mosey, a natural hitmaker in his own right, to the mix, and you already know magic is going to be made. That’s why, when I saw these two talents team up for the song “Wrong” off of Laroi’s debut studio album F*ck Love, I was beyond anticipatory of the results. Well, this project has been in our laps for a decent amount of time now, and although I like re-listening to it a couple of times a week typically, a day rarely goes by where I don’t at least give “Wrong” a spin. Luckily, late last week, this banger was given new life in the form of a music video, and it surely doesn’t disappoint. I was surprised to find out that the infamous YouTuber Logan Paul directed this visual, but I have to give him props after …

B4 The Storm – [Internet Money]

Internet Money is basically the music powerhouse that the average fan has no idea about. They’re cranking out hit after hit with not only big-name artists, but also with their in-house talents who are going to be superstars in their own right in no time at all. As they began to hype up their debut album B4 The Storm, I was getting so impatient because I knew that the rest of the world was in for something incredible, but I had to hear it with my own two ears to make sure my expectations could be justified. It obviously came out at midnight going into Friday so it’s been out for a few days, but I really wanted to take some time to run through it multiple times and truly take in all of the artistry and effort that went into this incredible album, and man, was I not let down in the slightest. On B4 The Storm, the masterminds behind Internet Money, including Taz Taylor and Nick Mira, were able to meld features from massive names like Future, Wiz Khalifa, Kevin Gates, Gunna, and more, with some incredibly talented and promising young artists like TyFontaine, TheHxliday, The Kid Laroi, …

Thrusting – [Internet Money] ft. [Swae Lee] & [Future]

Internet Money is the powerhouse in music that everyone in the music industry raves about and respects, but I’m not sure the general public or casual music listener knows about just how much they’re responsible for in terms of songs, styles, and breakout artists. They’ve pretty much created a sound that took the world by storm over the past few years and now the scene is flooded with some of the various styles they’ve created throughout this time. Although they’ve produced hits for absolute icons and legends, they also have their own in-house signees who I think are more promising than anyone else in the current climate of music. It’s also insane how they don’t just stop at Hip-Hop or Rap but rather expand their horizons and branch out into other genres to not only reach various audiences but to also challenge themselves to try new things and continue to invent new sounds and styles. If you’re at all familiar with Internet Money or music in general, then it shouldn’t come as a surprise in the slightest that their debut album B4 The Storm is just a week away. When I saw the tracklist, I almost passed out after seeing …