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prick – [glaive]

I know some people who aren’t familiar with glaive might be getting sick of all the articles I write about him, but until they actually check out his music and tell me it’s not for them, I’m going to continue to write about his releases. In fact, even if they did tell me that they don’t like glaive, I’m still going to write about him because they’re wrong, and glaive is awesome, and that’s an unbiased opinion in my eyes. Even though he’s so young, he has put out some of the most innovative, incredible music in the industry, and he never slows down for even a second, constantly blessing fans with new releases on a regular basis. I honestly don’t know how he juggles going to high school full time with a music career as well as a nationwide tour that I believe just wrapped up, but that makes me want to give him even more props for his unmatched work ethic because most other artists simply couldn’t keep up with him. While he’s still riding high off of the success that then i’ll be happy and  all dogs go to heaven, he’s clearly not going to slow down …

Trust Fund – [Lil Wayne] x [Rich The Kid]

Lil Wayne is one of the best rappers to ever walk this planet, he’s in a class of his own and despite being at the top of the game for over two decades straight, he’s still rapping with the best of them. Just a few minutes ago, Lil Wayne dropped a new music video for “Trust Fund” featuring Rich The Kid, and it’s an impressive song/visual if you ask me. Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid have made some great records in the past, but on this new joint, they both absolutely floated, rhyming at each other back and forth to make for an ear-pleasing final product. I’d love to see these two artists make a collab project in the future, so hopefully, that happens, but for now, watch this new visual below! Directed by Mooch

No Return – [Polo G] ft. [The Kid LAROI] & [Lil Durk]

Ever since Polo G dropped Hall of Fame the other week, I can safely say that it has been pretty much on repeat almost every time I turn on music. While I find it hard to top The Goat because that was one of my overall favorite albums of the past 5 years or so, I feel like this album was as strong of a follow-up project as it gets, and I can’t wait to keep listening. Of all the records on the album, I found myself constantly reverting back to “No Return” featuring LAROI and Durkio, and a song with heavy hitters like this make it obvious why I keep coming back to it. I know the music video came out right around the time that the project dropped, but I was on vacation, so now that I’m back, I simply couldn’t help myself in terms of talking about it and I need to make sure as many people on Earth see it, so if you haven’t already, let this be your sign. Directed by Mooch, Polo hangs out in an alleyway that is reminiscent of the alley from Grand Theft Auto. He waits for a bulletproof truck filled …

Public Enemy – [POORSTACY]

Out of everyone in the music industry, I don’t think I can think of anyone who’s as unique POORSTACY. He is bringing back the punk rock scene in full force, getting acts like the legendary Travis Barker to back him up on many of his most recent songs, and I couldn’t be more excited. Just yesterday, STACY decided to surprise fans with his latest song “Public Enemy” as well as a wild music video to accompany it. When it comes to the record itself, the instrumental begins with some deep bass strums before classic rock drums and hats come crashing into the picture and really get the party going. When this happens, STACY begins to almost yell into the microphone, using the distortion to his advantage in order to provide a natural grittiness to the punk-inspired track. While many people bring the energy for the hook and tone it down for their verses, STACY seems to do the opposite as he heightens his enthusiasm throughout, leading us up to a pinnacle that is truly unforgettable. When it comes to the music video that was a tag-team effort between Mooch and STACY himself, they make it a community affair but instead …

Shots in the Dark – [Iann Dior] ft. [Trippie Redd]

Not even a couple of weeks have passed since Iann Dior dropped off his random yet awesome EP Still Here which ended his brief hiatus in terms of releasing new music, and while there are definitely some questions I have about when he’s going to actually release his next full-length project, I’m still bumping the EP so I can’t complain much. While it seems like he has become one of the biggest stars in music over the past year or two, it’s clear that he’s never going to be completely content, and he’s going to keep grinding to make sure his legacy lasts for years to come. Although he dropped the EP with a lyric video for the project’s song “Shots in the Dark”, he decided he and Trippie deserve to have a little more fun celebrating the song’s success, teaming up to shoot a music video that is directed by both Mooch and Iann himself. Opening up with an obvious Star Wars theme, Iann finds himself laying in the sand of a barren desert after his spaceship crashed in the distance. Wandering around the wasteland, he eventually finds himself in an obscure world that is reminiscent of some of …

Houdini – [Dro Kenji]

In my own personal opinion, Internet Money signee Dro Kenji just might be one of the best artists coming up in the industry right now and I simply can’t get enough of his music. He has such wonderful power and emotion behind his vocals that he delivers with the perfect control and intention, and I’ve been one of his biggest supporters ever since I found out about him a few months ago. It’s incredible that it’s only been a few months because it seems like with the output of releases he has shared recently, he has put out much more music than certain artists who have been on my radar for years. Although he has dropped off a slew of unbelievable singles and projects over the past quarter of a year or so, he has been missing one thing, and that one thing just so happens to be music videos. Luckily, this streak comes to an end today with the release of a visual for one of his biggest songs to date, “Houdini”. Mooch was the director that brought this visual to life in such an unbelievable fashion, opening up with a cartoon version of Dro pulling up on a …

Hills Have Eyes – [POORSTACY] & [Travis Barker]

Out of all the unlikely collaborators in the world, Travis Barker making his way into Hip-Hop music might’ve been one of the most farfetched transitions I can think of. Although I’ve been a fan of his long before entering into this new genre, one thing I respect more than anything else is the fact that he never even slightly gave up his artistic integrity and brought his same trademark attitude and boldness from his Punk days to his new Hip-Hop explorations. Travis is a legend in every sense of the word, so seeing him come together with many new, up and coming artists is a treat considering he can give them valuable pointers in the industry while also helping shape them and perfect their respective crafts. One of my favorite tag teams that he’s a part of comes with his work with POORSTACY, Internet Money’s carefree rule-breaker, and every single song they’ve put out together has been a smash hit. Back in December, they dropped off their collaborative single “Hills Have Eyes”, and this quickly became possibly my favorite STACY song of all-time. That’s why, when I saw that the duo teamed up with director and editor Mooch to create …

Fly On The Wall – [Duffle Bag Buru]

If you are familiar with the Chicago music community or maybe if you read our Top 50 Chicago Projects list a couple of weeks back, then you know of the legend who is Duffle Bag Buru, and today the talented emcee is back with his brand new music video for “Fly On The Wall”. This record was not only the title track off of Buru’s latest body of work, this song was a fan favorite that his core fanbase have been waiting to see a visual for, and I believe it’s safe to say that this one lived up to the hype. I got to give some major credit to the video director Mooch, he helped bring Buru’s to life + together they made a memorable piece of art. You will see plenty of familiar faces in this visual such as fellow musical talents Ron$oCold and Supa Bwe, as well as some Lyrical Lemonade affiliates who you have been seeing for years now, so press play below & see what this one has to offer.