Free Smoke – [Lil Wop] x [Chuck Thottie]

Lil Wop and Chuck Thottie are finding themselves back on our lemon filled pages this afternoon with their brand new music video for “Free Smoke”. We here at LL have been listening to Lil Wop for quite some time now, but I believe that this record is arguably his best record to date, and I am sure I am not the only one who thinks that. It’s only right that Lil Wop and Chuck Thottie recruited Chicago native Jake Osmun to direct this visual, and together the three of them created something that they will remember for years to come. Take a few minutes of your day to watch this brand new visual below.   Produced by Brent Rambo

Shopping Kart – [Lil Wop] Ft. [Lil Yachty]

Just when I thought collaborations within the new school couldn’t get any crazier, we have just been given arguably the most unanticipated connection yet in Lil Wop’s new track, Shopping Kart featuring Lil Yachty. With little-to-no similiar traits in their respective styles, the vicious chasethemoney-produced instrumental was bodied by both Wop & Boat who switched off with signature bars in-between Wop’s devilish hook that may have been the highlight of the collab. Both reigning from Atlanta, this comes as more proof as to why the A remains a juggernaut in the music scene with artists such as these two joining forces when you usually wouldn’t expect it. Having said that, waste no time finding out what I’m talking about below and keep posted for the next releases from Wopavelli & Lil Boat.

Kept Back – [Gucci Mane] Ft. [Lil Pump]

The all-star duo of Gucci Mane & Lil Pump is back on our pages today with their next hit entitled, Kept Back. You may recall the Jetski/ Guwop connection last year from Pump’s debut tape in Youngest Flexer that was a standout amongst the many bangers found throughout that project. Produced by Murda Beatz, the two traded off with their electric verses on ice on their necks, pouring up and shaking people with the left hand like Ben Simmons. Believe it or not, both of these superstars have come to be one of my favorite collaborations in recent memory, so do yourself a favor and check out the latest from Gucci Mane and Lil Pump below!

Rolling Papers 2 – [Wiz Khalifa]

For longtime fans of Wiz Khalifa, the sequel to his 2011 Rolling Papers album has been a long time coming and now, it is officially in our grasp. Entitled Rolling Papers 2, the 25-track offering is a testament to the classic Wiz-sound that was pioneered way back when featuring a collection of new-school/old-school artists including Snoop Dogg, Curren$y, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Jimmy Wopo, Lil Skies, Swae Lee & THEMXXNLIGHT to name a few, with production from a few familiar faces in E.Dan, Sledgren, TM88 & Young Chop. From start to finish, RP2 is absolutely flooded with hit-songs and much like the previous project that featured tracks like On My Level, Black & Yellow, and No Sleep, it’s evident that the Pittsburgh rap star is more-than-ready to takeover playlists and radio stations alike for a while. With that being said, kick-off your weekend with Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers 2 album and after doing so, let us know which songs you’ve got on repeat already.

Quiet Place – [Lil Wop]

It’s come to my attention that Lil Wop may be one of our most frequent regulars over here at LL and with good reason. Today, he is back where you can usually find him with a devilish new offering in Quiet Place and just by reading the title, you already know it’s about to be darker than last week’s Goul and Real Or Fake tracks. Laced with production from who-else but Chasethemoney, Wop murdered the thumping instrumental with drippy vocals on taking your girl, leaving blood-trails and many more scenario’s that sound straight out of a horror flick. The Atlanta product has been steadily building his stock this last year or so and with his cult fanbase yet to see a full-length solo project, it goes without saying that we are more-than-ready for a Wop album. Be sure to check out Quiet Place below and stay tuned for more from Lil Wop very soon.

Real Or Fake – [Lil Wop]

Chances are that if you check out pages every day then you have most likely heard of Lil Wop before, and today he is back with his brand new visual for “Real Or Fake”. Lil Wop is known for his undeniably unique vocals and his witty bars that he lays over his tracks, and this record here is just that, especially once the beat switch up kicks in & you hear a familiar voice come in. Take a few minutes of your time to peep this brand new visual below and if you like it be sure to let me know in the comments section! Directed by Hellreil visuals

Plug Walk (Remix) – [Rich The Kid] Ft. [Gucci Mane] [YG] & [2 Chainz]

If you thought for a second that Rich The Kid’s colossal Plug Walk record couldn’t get any bigger, he is back today after enlisting some of hip-hop’s finest in Gucci Mane, YG & 2 Chainz for the remix. Kicking off with an icy alternate verse from the Rich Forever CEO, the likes of Guwop and company blessed the remaining spots with ecstatic verses before the spacey instrumental rides out from who-else but TheLabCook. Rich certainly isn’t a stranger to being apart of hit-worthy remixes as you may remember him dropping a verse on Lil Xan’s Betrayed remix that also included Yo Gotti back in March, but not only is this a massive remix but quite possibly the biggest of the year so far. Having said that, let loose the Plug Walk remix below and stay tuned for more from Rich The Kid as we get settled into the Summer heat.

Goul – [Lil Wop]

It’s always going to be a great day when we receive a vicious new banger from one of rap’s most charismatic, eccentric personalities, Lil Wop. Today, marking yet another appearance on our lemon-filled pages, Wop is here to unleash new flame in the form of “Goul” produced by ChaseTheMoney. At face value, this track perfectly fits the agenda that we have seen come from this rising star as of late, dropping off a consistent supply of aggressive bangers and further developing his artistry as a hit machine. However, upon a few extra listens, it becomes apparent just how well “Goul” illustrates the appeal of such a polarizing artist. His lyricism is both unapologetic and confrontational, and by matching this with unforgettable, raspy vocals, it goes without saying that once you hear Lil Wop once, you’ll start getting all of his songs stuck in your head. But don’t just take my word for it, listen to “Goul” below and let us know what you think in the comments section!

Name in the Sand – [Lil Skies]

In the midst of yesterday’s tragic events across the hip-hop world, Lil Skies came through when the people needed him most today by releasing a new song titled Name in the Sand. Going to Instagram Live for a first-listen with his fans this afternoon, Skies sent his condolences to XXX and Pittsburgh rapper Jimmy Wopo, before explaining how hard it was for him to release the track. Taking a more melodic approach, the Menoh-produced track was a much different pace then we’re accustomed to from Skies as he preached on staying up when it’s darkest and a significant other helping through the toughest times. If you’re one of many who may be feeling extra gloomy today, let Skies new Name in the Sand brighten your day and look out for more releases from him very soon.

Hatin Foe – [GrownBoiTrap] ft. [D Savage] [Lil Wop]

If you’re ever in search of a banger, GrownBoiTrap, D Savage, and Lil Wop are three artists that come to mind as a few of the top suppliers in the game right now. Not only do they know how to craft hits individually, but they can also come together and kill it with the same energy, showing this skill in their latest collaborative effort, “Hatin Foe”. Produced by CakeBoyBally, this simplistic yet intoxicating banger is just the song we needed to end this past week off. Each artist relishes in the melodic, wavy instrumental, blessing fans with verse after verse of hard-hitting bars and memorable lines that I’ll have stuck in my head for the weeks to come. That being said, show some love to these top runners in underground rap right now and listen to their latest song at the link below!