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Young Stoner Life Records Bslime Shows Star Potential With His Debut Album ‘Love Me or Don’t’

YSL signe Bslime has been building up his name for the last three years. The 23-year-old artist grew up watching his uncle Jeffery Lamar Williams, also known as global superstar Young Thug, build his empire called Young Stoner Life Records. Having the opportunity to watch his uncle rise to stardom allowed Bslime to absorb as much wisdom and knowledge as possible. From getting the late Lil Keed signed to YSL, to being a student of the game, Bslime sat back and waited for his time to shine. Five years later, the Atlanta rapper has proven he has the talent to carry on YSL’s name. Bslime was featured on Young Thug hit single “Peepin Out The Window,” featuring Future with 23 million views and counting on Youtube. He also appeared on two tracks for YSL’s compilation album Slime Language 2, including his single “No Surprise,” ft Don Toliver with 10 million streams. On December 7, Bslime released his debut album, “Love Me or Don’t.” The 15-song project features guest appearances from Young Thug, Future, Toosii, Persona Jackson, Booley, and Okky. “I want people to see I can music for everyone and not just on some shoot ‘em up bang bang sh*t,” …

Lil Unky- Hard 2 Sleep

A new artist I have fallen in love with over the weekend is Lil Unky hailing from Atlanta, Georgia. His latest project “Hard 2 Sleep,” is an incredible body of work and I’m very excited to share him with our audience. The rising talent uses his smooth melodic voice to tell a story through his music. The track list features 11 singles with 2 features from Chicago Rapper G Herbo and Problem Child 5. My personal favorites are “Sorry,” “Monster,” and “Heart Cold.” When listening to the Atlanta native, I find myself having an emotional connection to his music due to how raw and authentic he is. “It’s been Hard 2 Sleep for me.. really means a lot. Just coming from where I come from, was always hard. Growing up I lost friends early to violence. Then I lost more. A lot of close friends and family changed. The people who I thought were there for me left. That showed me a lot. But I kept pushing. The work ethic I knew I had to put in wouldn’t allow me to sleep so that’s why I called this project Hard 2 Sleep.” With co-signs from 21 Savage, G Herbo, Lil Gotit, Mike Wil …

2MillionBlunts – [BONES]

After all that BONES has done for me musically over some of the most formative years of my life, he could literally drop a song that is 3 minutes of straight silence and I would listen closely. He is an underground legend, which is weird to think because his notoriety and the respect that fans and other artists alike have for him is unmatched, so while he has the numbers to be considered mainstream, I just don’t think that it’s a label that would ever fancy him. He doesn’t seem to want it, either, because he has been doing more than fine throughout the decade-long career that he has built for himself. Considering yesterday was Halloween, although I wasn’t expecting any music from him, it only seemed fitting that he released something to accentuate his chilling, ominous aesthetic, so I was elated to find out that he dropped his 4th album of 2022 entitled 2MillionBlunts. To my surprise, this effort is a monstrous 19 songs that span just over the 46-minute mark, but that isn’t the only shocker that accompanies this tape. I say this because although it’s not uncommon for the Detroit phenom to include features, I was blown …

Cordova Talks New Single And Upcoming Album Release

Sometimes in life, a hobby can become your passion. Your life can change in a blink of an eye if you remain consistent and take a chance on yourself. Cordova is a prime example of this. After deciding that a typical 9-5 wasn’t for him, the Midwest artist took a leap of faith and pursued his rap career in 2020. Growing up, Cordova’s music inspiration came from Eminem, 50 Cent, Slim Thug, and UGK. During the summer of 2021, he finally debuted his first single featuring Boosie. Cordova’s next success came after he collaborated with Alamo Records artist Lilgotit. The track received enormous support on social media. The soaring artist also released an EP titled “Charcuteries” with four singles. Not only is Cordova an artist, but he also launched his marketing agency BlueStripsEntertainment. So far, the company has hired an in-house video creator in addition to an A&R. Cordova also has landed a distribution deal with a reputable group out of Memphis. In just two years, Cordova has generated close to 500k streams on all platforms, while landing on DJ sets such as Sirius XM. He also received support from The Game, DJ Envy, Strick, Unfook, & other YSL affiliates. …

MF TRIMM – [Lil Gotit]

Even if I’m not a huge fan of an artist or don’t listen to them extremely often, I always respect someone who is on their grind with tons of work to show for it. Atlanta is a city known for really never sleeping because it seems like most of the musicians who call ATL home are never letting a week go by without releasing something new, but out of everyone in the southern city, Lil Gotit has proven that there is never a shortage of music to be made, and he seizes every opportunity he gets to show off his skill set, which is extensive I must add. This is the main reason why I think I write so much about him, because although I do genuinely appreciate his music, even if I didn’t, I would at least know I could count on him to give me something memorable to post about. Enjoying his tracks is just a perk, and his most recent release “MF TRIMM” is yet another new single that he put out for fans to enjoy, even though we’re not too far out from his latest album The Cheater. Nonetheless, West, 808 Jayy, and AyoJarri produced this …

Oscar – [MVW] [Valee]

Michael Vincent Waller or MVW lands fresh in our pages today with his new track “Oscar” alongside the unique and elusive Chicago artist Valee who skates with his trademark nonchalant flow overtop MVW’s laid-back regal instrumental as he juxtaposes a brooding classical piano melody with skittish, rousing percussion. Producer is a title that simply falls short for MVW as he is a classically trained composer who grew up in Staten Island and fell in love with both orchestral music and hip-hop, growing up a massive Wu-Tang fan. MVW’s entire catalog has been lauded by critics and he effortlessly blends elements of what would be considered “high-art” in the minds of academics with the contemporary trap production that has integrated its way into nearly every style of music you can think of. He boasts a number of intriguing collaborations with big names, also recently working with Desiigner, Matt Ox, 645AR, Babyface Ray, and Lil Gotit, among others. I can’t wait to see which artists he chooses to work with next and would highly recommend delving through his catalog if you enjoyed “Oscar.”

Shut the Door – [Lil Gotit]

Although I may talk about all of the different rap hubs in the country quite often, I think that there is one point that I haven’t beaten into the ground yet. This is the fact that in these different parts of the US, there are so many different sounds and personalities that if you are loud and unique enough, you just might have a chance to break through barriers and become recognized on a nationwide or even worldwide level. I say that because this is exactly what Lil Keed and his brother Lil Gotit did. They took a sound that they knew the world loved thanks to Young Thug popularizing it and completely flipped it on its head, drawing inspiration from those who did it before them as well as each other, but they never copied, and they took their time in order to craft a style that was as unique as it gets. Of course, the entire music world is still mourning the passing of the great Keed, and while it isn’t an easy loss for anyone, I sympathize with Gotit more than anyone. Gotit is a soldier, though, and he knew that sitting back wasn’t going to help …

Of Course – [CEO Trayle]

As I get further and further down this rabbit hole that is the music industry, I find myself losing more and more time in terms of listening to some of the hottest acts out. There are just so many underground emcees that steal my attention away from larger artists who are making statements, and while this isn’t something I have a gripe with, it is something that makes me late to the party on various artists. As far as Atlanta’s very own CEO Trayle, he is someone that I have seen pop up on my newsfeed countless times, and while I thought I wasn’t hip to his music, I realized that I had written about a Lil Gotit song he was featured in a while back, and I can’t believe I wasn’t fully encapsulated by him after hearing his latest offering “Of Course”. This track is produced by Stribb and is included on his project The Collection as the closing record, and while this is a tape that I definitely need to listen to in its entirety, the music video for this track is definitely more than enough to get plenty of attention. Directed by Never Panic Films, the ATLien …

The Cheater – [Lil Gotit]

Throughout my years in this industry as a writer and contributor for Lyrical Lemonade, I have honestly come across few talents who are as surprising as Lil Gotit. The Atlanta emcee was always someone I had enjoyed even early on, but I really only listened to him when he was featured on one of his brother, Lil Keed’s songs, and that was really the extent of my experience with him. Then, one day I randomly decided to check out one of his earlier mixtapes to just find something new and different to listen to, and that is exactly when I turned into a fan of the young star. I honestly don’t know what song did it for me, but I knew that as soon as I heard how versatile his voice could be and how enthusiastic his cadences proved to be, I knew that he was going to be one of my favorites for quite some time and that admiration only continues to skyrocket now that his latest project The Cheater is in our hands. I am always happy when we receive new music from him, but it seems like this year started out pretty quietly when compared to other …

Gift From God – [Lil PJ]

Every few years the Atlanta rap scene goes through an almost implicit changing of the guard largely because there is a new exciting talent emerging out of nowhere every month or less and as these new artists breakout, the underground scene only grows stronger and stronger until these locally loved artists crossover into music’s mainstream consciousness. It is the classic idea of a rising tide lifting all boats and young artists showing potential are supported and assisted by the city’s rap royalty since their teenage years. Southside Atlanta’s Lil PJ is no exception and over the past year or more he has been captivating the attention of the youth and the top figures in his city’s scene that can be seen all over his catalog as features and throughout his Instagram comments. He recently just unloaded his debut mixtape Gift From God that showcases his unique melodic gifts and features many big names from his hometown. PJ shows off his incredible versatility throughout the project, gracing a variety of instrumental styles and revealing a number of different flows. He called upon CEO Trayle, Lil Keed, Lil Gotit, Slimelife Shawty, and BSlime to support as guest verses and PJ sounded right at home …