Freak Show – [Yung Bans] ft. [Mulatto]

Yung Bans has always been one of my favorite artists coming out of the Atlanta scene. Despite the fact that he’s most likely the most notorious underground talent hailing from the city, he mixes in a plethora of features from names like Future, Young Thug, and Gunna while also working with other smaller acts out of the city as well. Although he has been relatively quiet in recent memory, I’m beyond excited to talk about his brand-new record “Freak Show”, a song that he recruited Mulatto and her impeccable talents to hop on. The production is handled by Gezin and Wondagurl, who create a percussion-forward instrumental that utilizes speaker busting 808s and momentous, almost ominous synths to bring a wildly lively instrumental to life. This is the perfect base for Bans, who sometimes ditches his more subdued, relaxed disposition to go off the rails in an unbelievable fashion. He does so on this track and brings this already energetic beat to new levels with his wild, off the walls persona that is as captivating as it is animated. While the hook is just about as vigorous as it gets, Bans continues this momentum in his verse, bringing even more wild, …

CEO Flow – [Gucci Mane]

When thinking of different artists who have had a glow up throughout their careers, Gucci Mane has to be towards the top of your list. He completely changed his life around physically and mentally while in prison, and when he got out, he truly turned into a real CEO. He has influenced an entirely new generation of artists, and his 1017 collective is as powerful as ever. This is evident after their reintroduction on the group’s recent collaborative album So Icy Gang, Vol. 1, which boasts 19 songs and features numerous talents such as Foogiano, Tay Keith, Mulatto, Pooh Shiesty, Veeze, and many others who all teamed up to drop one of the dopest albums of the year, at least from what I’ve heard so far. Despite all of these features and guest appearances, Gucci Mane always needs to take some time for himself, because that’s what bosses do. Out of the entire 19 songs, he only does this once on the eleventh track, entitled “CEO Flow”, and he introduces listeners to a new side of him that is as creative and intriguing as ever before, which says a lot because of his extensive and fruitful career. Although I’m a …

Brat – [Tay Money] x [Mulatto]

Tay Money is not only one of the best new artists out of her home state of Texas, not only one of the best new artists in the United States, she is one of the most talented new artists in the entire world. Tay has come through time and time again with smash-hit records and she doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon, as she is back on our website today with the release of her new music video for “Brat” featuring Mulatto! Whenever you see two dynamic talents like these two grace a track together, you know that they are going to create something special, and here they made an anthem that will be played for many years to come. This is an energetic offering that finds the two talents each providing memorable contributions to make for another banger for both of their catalogs, hopefully we will see them work together again in the future. Take some time out of your Friday to watch this new music video below!

LL Presents: BTS – Mulatto “On God” Video Shoot

Just a few days ago we here at Lyrical Lemonade released our new music video with Mulatto for her song “On God”, it was a fun project to work on, and earlier today we released the behind the scenes from the video shoot. Enjoy!

Watch Fivio Foreign, Calboy, 24kGoldn and Mulatto’s 2020 XXL Freshman Cypher

Every year, no matter how good or bad the XXL Freshman list might be in everyone’s opinions, I can’t help but look forward to the different cyphers that come to life throughout the process. Typically, artists are paired up with each other even if they might not have ever even considered working with one another, and they’re given a beat that is typically simple enough to manage but could still possibly put them outside of their comfort zones. After all, they want these artists to not only take a victory lap after being awarded the title of XXL freshman, but they also want them to prove themselves and show fans exactly why they deserve this title. In all honesty, I always find the freestyles lame no matter how good or bad they are because half the time, artists use lyrics that have already been recorded and released on other songs, and I just don’t think they do anything to back up the skills of each artist. As for the most recent cypher I saw, Fivio Foreign, Calboy, 24kGoldn, and Mulatto all teamed up and although these might be some random and unlikely pairings, they all manage to come together and …

On God – [Mulatto]

At the top of last year, Atlanta’s own Mulatto released the music video for her smash hit record “B*tch From Da Souf“, it was a release that made the music community stop right in their tracks + pay the utmost attention to what she was doing, she had everyone wondering what she had coming next. It’s a tough task for an artist to follow up on a timeless record, in the past, we have seen many unable to do so. For Mulatto though, she made it look easy, as she followed up in 2020 by releasing one of the best projects of the year in Queen of Da Souf a few weeks back right around the time she graced the cover of the 2020 XXL Freshmen list! Today though, Mulatto is about to take her career to new heights, as she just released a sensational new music video for “On God”, which is directed by Lyrical Lemonade’s own Cole Bennett. This collaboration was first teased on social media a few weeks ago when some pictures of them on set were posted, and it left many fans with tons of excitement for what was to come, but I am sure that …

Flatline – [CP] x [BrickBoyDior]

Chicago native CP has been creating some buzz with the music he has been releasing the past several months, and today he is back with his latest release titled “Flatline” featuring BrickBoyDior. These two artists have been seemingly attached at the hip lately, they have been creating a ton of music together and this joint here is probably their best to date. The duo teamed up with video directors Aylo + Kelzo who helped bring their vision to life, and they all did a great job in making this possible, hopefully, we see the four of them link up again in the future. Take some time out of your Tuesday to check out this new visual below + if you like it then follow CP on Twitter here! Directed by Aylo + Kelzo • Produced by Mulatto Beats

Couch Conversation With Mulatto Beats

Mulatto Beats has been a staple in the Chicago music community for damn near a decade now, he has played a pivotal role in some of the best music to come out of the city, so it just made sense to bring him by for our latest Couch Conversation. Anybody who has been apart or a fan of Chicago’s music scene definitely knows Mulatto, but even if you don’t, the odds are that he has produced some of your favorite songs from the likes of Qari, Lucki, Supa Bwe, Warhol, King Louie, etc. Mulatto has been working on a new project that is set to drop later this year, so this was the perfect time to have this conversation. You can read/watch this interview below! Follow Mulatto on Twitter here!   — EM: How did you first get started in music? — EM: Who are some producers that inspired you early on? — EM: Once you got a little older, you joined a group called Supreme Regime. Can you speak on what Supreme Regime was? — EM: How did you meet Qari? What about Qari is so special to you? — EM: How did you meet Supa Bwe? — EM: …

KIRK – [Duke Deuce] ft. [Mulatto]

I was only recently introduced to Duke Deuce’s music, so I’ve got a lot more songs to dive into, but he has impressed me from the very moment I found out about him. His personality is just addicting, his dance moves turn your head, and his individuality is beyond notable because he’s just unapologetically himself. While his abundance of skills is on full display with every track I’ve heard from him, he continues to impress me time and time again. Although his most recent song “KIRK” featuring Mulatto came out a few days ago, the record and accompanying music video are just way too entertaining to not talk about, so I couldn’t help but write about it. The instrumental uses extremely low-pitched piano keys mixed with highly energetic synths to create a playful melody before the percussion and drums come into play and add even more bounce to the already vivacious track. On the hook, Duke’s cadence isn’t overly impressive or out of the ordinary, but he uses this portion as a simpler foundation to expand upon within his verse. This chorus is also easily digested and understood, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself walking around singing it …

Slots – [Da$h]

Da$h is and has been a legend in the hip-hop world for some years now, he is an OG in the community who many artists look up to, and a handful of days ago he released a brand new visual for “Slots”. Da$h connected with the homie + Chicago legend Mulatto Beats who handled the production aspect of this joint, and together they created a memorable track that’s sure to be in my rotation for weeks to come. Mulatto Beats wasn’t the only Chicagoan that Da$h linked up with to make this release possible, as he also linked up with Jake Osmun from nofuture who shot + directed this visual, who did a fantastic job if you ask me. Watch this brand new music video below and if you enjoy it then be sure to hit that like button!