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YESSIR – [Rod Wave]

Rod Wave is making his hometown of St. Petersburg, Florida extremely proud in his new celebratory video for “YESSIR.” The new video released on New Years Eve primed Rod Wave fans for an exciting new year from the talented artist who manages to alternate between grimy gospel singer and lethal rapper. Rod Wave basks in nostalgia and the present in his new video for “YESSIR” capturing early moments of Rod Wave’s career; from singing outbursts while in high school to being drowned out by chanting fans, Rod Wave’s growth is undeniable and the future looks as bright as ever. This is the latest video from Rod Wave’s recently released December mixtape, Hunger Games 3, following his previously released video with Moneybagg Yo. Check out the new music video for “YESSIR” and don’t forget to leave us your thoughts in the comment section below!

Feel The Same Way – [Rod Wave] feat. [Moneybagg Yo]

Not too long ago we introduced the Lyrical Lemonade community to the talents of Rod Wave. Today we return to bring you the visual follow up to his stand out track, “Feel The Same Way” featuring Moneybagg Yo. The Florida-native recently released his highly anticipated third installment of his Hunger Games mixtape series. Not only does the mixtape live up to the hype but the new visual for “Feel The Same Way” matches that hype with cinematic visuals of Rod Wave flexing his newfound lifestyle. Continue to keep an eye on Rod Wave as he continues to deliver quality music with vivid visuals. Watch the new video from Rod Wave and Moneybagg Yo below and tell us your thoughts of the cinematic new visual in the comment section below!

Feel The Same Way – [Rod Wave] ft. [Moneybagg Yo]

One of Florida’s most promising talents, Rod Wave, pledges unrelenting brotherhood to his day ones on his new single, “Feel The Same Way.” The St. Petersburg native has been rapidly gaining momentum lately with his gritty yet soulful voice chronicling his success, and helping to prove this, Wave’s new track showcases his ability to seamlessly alternate between sharp raps and gospel vocals. Topping this one off as an undeniable street anthem is a self-reflective verse from Memphis’ own, Moneybagg Yo, who Rod had premonitions about prior to the song’s creation, saying, “I’d been playing 2 Heartless on repeat when I was on the road for shows the week before making ‘Feel The Same Way.’ After I recorded the track and heard it, I was like, ‘Man, Moneybagg would snap on this song.’ My management reached out and I FaceTime’d Moneybagg, and we clicked. Shout out Drum Dummie and D Major who produced the track too.” Rod Wave’s new single is set to be released on the highly-anticipated, third installment of his Hunger Games mixtape series set to release December 7. Listen to “Feel The Same Way” below and tell us what you think in the comment section!

Russian Cream Freestyle – [Megan Thee Stallion]

Houston Texas’ own, Megan Thee Stallion has been making waves for quite some time now. She’s only adding fuel to the fire with the release of her new “Russian Cream Freestyle” where she lyrically demolishes Key Glock’s Russian Cream production. Megan, who also goes by the alias Tina Snow recently released a new project under the alias in June of this year that featured a verse from the equally exploding talent of Moneybagg Yo. The “Russian Cream Freestyle” highlights Megan’s lyrical ability and uncanny knack to deliver dense lyrics to trap production. Thee Stallion recently teased a visual for the song back in late October so hopefully we will be getting an official visual release sooner than we think. Fingers crossed the Texas titan keeps blessing us with new music or more of her crazy freestyles. Listen to the new freestyle from Megan Thee Stallion below and tell us how you rate the bars in the comment section!

Say Na – [Moneybagg Yo] feat. [J. Cole]

A collaboration I would have never thought about was Moneybagg Yo and J. Cole in the booth together let alone the same video for their trap banger, “Say Nah.” Moneybagg Yo has recently released his first album, RESET, which alone is a packed with deadly bars from the Memphis, Tennessee native as well as equally lethal features from Future, Kodak Black, YG and of course J. Cole. From the laundry mat to the local park Moneybagg Yo can be seen in his new video for “Say Nah” giving back and flexing at the same time as money falls wherever he walks. Draped in red flannel print the two MC’s stand towering next to one another as Cole delivers another firey feature. Watch the new video from Moneybagg Yo featuring the Dreamville label-head, J. Cole below and tell us what you think of the new visuals and Moneybagg’s new album in the comment section!

No Sleep vol.1 – [Trill Sammy]

Houston product Trill Sammy makes his way back to the spotlight today with the release of his brand new EP titled, No Sleep vol.1. Following its predecessor in Sorry 4 The Sleep from December of 2016, the 20-year-old has been on a steady climb up the ranks since then and it shows in this new project including an all-star feature list with Moneybagg Yo, Offset, NBA Youngboy, Slim Jxmmi and XXL Freshman J.I.D. who appears on the closer and undisputed standout, Paranoid. After releasing a trio of singles prior to the tape, there was never really any doubt that No Sleep would be stacked with more Trill Sammy music for us to enjoy and it’s safe to say he delivered with that. Do yourself a favor and let loose Trill Sammy’s No Sleep Vol.1 out of the cage and leave a comment on which tracks you’re rocking with the most!

88 Birdz – [Doe Boy] x [TM88]

FBG’s Doe Boy is shaping up to be a problem out of Cleveland following his Streetz Need Me & Codeine Confessions from 2017 and now, he has teamed up with none-other than TM88 for a whole collab project entitled, 88 Birdz. Flooded with production from 88, Jay Nasty & Zaytoven amongst others, the executive producer behind the madness was actually the Slime boss himself in Young Thug who appears on the intro in Slimey As It Get before Doe joined forces with his label boss Future, Moneybagg Yo and Juicy J on 10 Piece, Slide, Both Sides and Back in my Bag. Taking us through a lyrical journey of troubled childhood and prison-time, the 11 tracks are a vivid reflection of Doe Boy’s past that supports the grittiness and pure energy from this record that is evident right from the get-go. If for some reason that isn’t what you’re looking for then you’re missing out, but for the people that are here for the talent within the Freebandz collective, go ahead and stream Doe Boy & TM88’s collaborative project in 88 Birdz immediately! Cover Art by KD Designz (@kddesignz1)

Harder Than Ever – [Lil Baby]

If youve been following Lil Baby since day 1, you know he’s been putting out consistently hard music ever since he hit the scene. However, he didn’t grab national fame until his smash hit, “My Dawg” started going viral. When he released that, that’s when his career really started taking off and everyone started wondering who Lil Baby was. It was only a matter of time after he dropped that that he started getting featured on a number of artists’ songs. Atlanta artists most notably which doesn’t come as a surprise since that is where he is from. Lil Baby has a series of “hard” mixtapes that he’s been dropping with each one being better than the last, and last night he released the third installment of that series titled, “Harder Than Ever,” and his music on this tape truly is harder than ever. With 17 tracks in total, the tape features production from the likes of Southside, Quay Global, DJ Durel, Wheezy, Tay Keith, London, Turbo, and Earl The Pearl. “Harder Than Ever also has  number of artists featured on it too such as Gunna, Drake, Lil Uzi, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Young Thug, Offset, Starlito, and Moneybagg Yo. Some …

Simi – [BlocBoy JB]

It seems like every famous artist has caught onto the infectious BlocBoy JB wave at this point, reaching names from Drake to Childish Gambino, and all those in between. BlocBoy’s presence in rap and culture refuses to be ignored, and by creating a viral dance to supplement such a unique sound, I don’t see the success slowing down for the Memphis native anytime soon. Today, he returns to Lyrical Lemonade with the official release of his highly-anticipated mixtape, Simi. 18 tracks long, this unapologetic display of the unwavering energy and iconic personality that BlocBoy holds makes for one of the most entertaining mixtapes I’ve heard all year. He employs Drake, Lil Pump, Moneybagg Yo, YG, and 21 Savage for the features, and in doing so, crafts a star-studded offering that will only launch his fame into the next level. All of the success is well-deserved for BlocBoy, and he’s definitely ready to take aim at the top. I’ll let the music do the rest of the talking, so click play on Simi below and keep an eye on the next star out of Memphis!

Blues Brothers – [Doobie] & [Krash Minati]

Originally from Columbus, OH, Doobie burst onto the scene in late 2017 when his single “When The Drugs Don’t Work” took off on YouTube amassing over 12 millions views. After a few years of building a foundation in Ohio releasing tracks and mixtapes, Doobie moved out to Los Angeles in the summer of 2017 to take his career to the next level. From there, the rapper/producer began releasing a new song and video every other week. This consistency was noticed by fans all over the U.S. and world as Doobie’s followers and views began to grow exponentially. His YouTube channel grew to nearly 100K followers and 30 Million views in just a short 6 months which included stand out hits “Nikki Sixx”, “Rolling Up My Weed” and “I Be Wit Her”. In November of 2017, Doobie was awarded YouTube’s Artist on the Rise along with Trippie Redd and Moneybagg Yo. With this brand new “Blues Brothers” EP as well as a subsequent headlining U.S. tour in May, Doobie has a lot in store to make 2018 his true break out year. This tape has a total of six records on it, and after the first listen through you will quickly see what all of the …