Lil Yachty Freestyle | The Cave – [Lil Yachty] x [Kenny Beats] x [30 Roc]

As of late, Kenny Beats has hosted one of my favorite mini-series in “The Cave” on YouTube. This bi-weekly (or what’s supposed to be bi-weekly) series hosts popular artists in Kenny’s studio in which he – and in some cases like this one –  and a guest producer collaborate to concoct  some outstanding instrumentals for the artist to spit to. In this episode, Lil Yachty makes an appearance with a large Entourage, and originally seems very stingy and picky about the beat that’s in the works. He tells 30 (30 Roc) straight up that he wasn’t messing with it after an hour or so of work had already been put into creating it. Kenny and 30 then start over, creating a wavy, more simplistic beat for Yachty to go crazy on. Yachty approves, and after a few hours of work and shenanigans, he hops in the booth. He continues to claim “I’m not a rapper,” though the ATL product went on to kill the beat. With lines like, “I’m the lil wizard, my neck and my wrist and my ear in a blizzard,” Yachty turned this session into one of my favorite episodes of Kenny Beats’ mini-series. Watch “KENNY BEATS …

Believe It – [Doneze]

Life has not always been easy for up and coming African-Canadian rapper Doneze. The 20-year old artist moved from Nigeria to Calgary, Canada in hopes of escaping the brutal violence going on in his home country. Shortly after arriving, Doneze found inspiration in his surroundings and began making music. After receiving nods of approval from Migos, 21 Savage, and Lil Yachty for his 2017 single, ‘Dab Fashion,’ Doneze is back with new music. Doneze is in his bag with his newest single, ‘Believe It.’ His melodic efforts combined with the romantic and emotional piano chords produced by Deemarc, will have any listener in their bag as well. Additionally, lyrics such as, ‘I tried to tell them that I was gon’ make it out, they told me I was dreamin, man they love to doubt,’ and ‘It was just yesterday I was starvin,’ gives listeners a real insight of what it means to come from the dirt. With a bright future ahead, Doneze is just getting started.

Watch Kerwin Frost’s New Interview With Lil Yachty

Especially in the boundary-blurring age of the internet, music culture and fashion culture have seemingly become one and the same. Using social media as an outlet, we’re often bombarded with interactions between our favorite music stars and fashion influencers, and while this symbiotic relationship has remained a critical part of the art we consume, few characters have gone out of their way to highlight this fusion as much as fashion icon Kerwin Frost with his new series, Kerwin Frost Talks. To be fair, the first episode of Kerwin Frost Talks was with fellow fashion legend Luka Sabbat, but Frost’s latest two episodes have featured a few of my favorite musicians out right now — Dev Hynes of Blood Orange and most recently, Lil Yachty. By nature, these conversations act as a perfect gauge to the aforementioned relationship between influential figures in two different subsects of culture — however, even simpler than that, they provide an engaging, fun look into conversations between two friends that we all know and love. That said, Kerwin Frost is an eccentric, easily lovable host, and in the latest episode of KFT with Lil Yachty, he not only provides his audience with a fantastic interview, but …

223 Remix – [S3nsi Molly] [Lil Brook] [Lil Yachty]

“223” by S3nsi Molly and Lil Brook is truly one of the hardest songs I’ve heard in the past few months, and as if this one couldn’t get any better, the Def Jam signees are back to revisit the single with a brand new remix alongside Lil Yachty. The main element of this song that caught my ear in the first place was the riotous instrumental, pairing a simplistic set of piano notes with a hefty supply of bass. Only adding to the action are Molly and Brook’s undeniably fun vocals, as they put forth a pair of charismatic, head-turning performances to match. Now, with the official remix out, “223” blends all of these captivating elements with an outstanding verse from Lil Yachty, pushing this song to an entirely new level. Considering the fact that I loved this song ever since my first listen, it’s a wonderful sight to see these two budding stars getting the attention they deserve, and this remix will is a perfect place to start for fans both old and new as they keep track of their full court press. Def Jam’s own are ready to do numbers all throughout 2019, so prepare yourself by listening to …

TICKETS: Lyrical Lemonade Summer Smash Festival

June 29th and June 30th in Chicago @ Douglas Park   Lyrical Lemonade Presents: The Summer Smash Festival   Playboi Carti, Juice WRLD, Lil Yachty, Blueface, Kodak Black, Trippie Redd + more!     visit the summer smash website for tickets here!

Atlanta House Freestyle – [Chance The Rapper] x [Lil Yachty]

Just a few minutes ago Chicago legend Chance The Rapper dropped a new track featuring Lil Yachty titled “Atlanta House Freestyle”. Chance The Rapper recently spent some time in Atlanta recording and he got up with his longtime friend Lil Yachty and this is the final product, and I have been blasting this joint at maximum volume on repeat a few times through already. These two displayed great chemistry on this one, bouncing their creative energy & witty rhymes back and forth off of each other, it felt like friendly competition as they sparred for three minutes straight. Stream this brand new song via Soundcloud below and if you like it be sure to share it with a friend! Produced by Earl On The Beat

Rockstar – [Lil Shock]

It’s time we introduce you to Lil Shock as he makes his debut to the Lyrical Lemonade pages with his brand new anthem, “Rockstar.” I have to give a shout out to Fashionably Early because Kyle is actually the one who put me onto Shock in the first place. Since then, I’ve gotten to speak to the young rapper for a little bit and see what he has going on with his movement, and it turns out that Lil Shock only been making music for a couple of years now, studying different genres and eras of music to mold and refine his own sound. Some of his favorites are older rap, Lil Yachty, Rich The Kid, and Juice Wrld, who even gave Lil Shock an inspirational message to “never give up.” That said, ”Rockstar” is a hard-hitting single in which the Durham, North Carolina emcee explained to me that he wanted to make something that listeners could get hype to, but also have them feel some emotion — and looking at the ways in which this single is able to play both sides, Shock certainly achieved his goal. Stream Lil Shock’s emotional banger “Rockstar” below.

Get Dripped – [Lil Yachty] Ft. [Playboi Carti]

Atlanta native Lil Yachty is fresh off of the release of his brand new album “Nuthin’ 2 Prove”, and today he is making his return to our pages with his brand new music video for “Get Dripped”. One of the fan favorites off of the previously mentioned album was easily the Playboi Carti collaboration, so it was only right that Yachty gave his colossal fan base a hot new visual for the record, and they certainly did not disappoint! I really enjoyed this new music video and I believe that you will too, go ahead and take a few minutes of your day to check it out below!

Watch Lil Yachty’s brand new interview with Angie Martinez

Lil Yachty is becoming more and more of a star as the days pass, but he’s about to level up with his huge role in the new How High 2 movie, and he recently stopped by with Angie Martinez for a great conversation! You will find the two of them speaking about plenty of things such as the new movie, voting in Atlanta, dealing with negative people, his first time smoking in six years for the movie, the difference between music and acting, planning on becoming a actor & possible roles he would enjoy, his thoughts on social media, keeping his life private and more. Check out this awesome new interview below!

Watch Lil Yachty’s brand new interview on Hot Ones

Lil Yachty is one of the most entertaining people on the planet, and the show Hot Ones is one of the most entertaining shows out, so you could guess how good that this new episode was when they joined forces. You will find the two of them speaking about plenty of interesting subjects such as his brand new album, his diet, eating pizza every day from second grade, the internet, modeling for Kanye, his 21st birthday party, some of his notable outfits, Atlanta, spending $8,000 on a Sega and he even admitted that this was his first time ever tasting hot sauce. Safe to say that he struggled a little once he got toward the hottest sauces that host Sean Evans provided, but enough talking about it, check it out for yourself below!