Trippie Redd Showcases All Sides Of Him On ‘A Love Letter To You 4’

“I wasn’t necessarily looking for happiness, just less pain” – Trippie Redd on “Leray” Having been an avid fan of Trippie Redd’s music since his debut project, A Love Letter To You, released back in 2017, his musical journey has been nothing short of a rollercoaster. Not only speaking on behalf of the emotions that he puts into the craft, but for the fans, as well. While the first project in this series is what many fans will call a classic, the second project, A Love Letter To You 2 was a big disappointment for many fans including myself due to the fact that it seemed rushed, coming just five short months after his first project. Taking almost a year off, Trippie took time to perfect his craft for his debut album Life’s A Trip in 2018 which ushered him back in the great graces of fans and really showed his growth as an artist. On top of that, we also received the third installment in the Love Letter series which fans grew to love. 2019 was a year where it seems like everyone was releasing so much music, and in the midst of it all, Trippie came with his second album titled ! (exclamation mark) and the fans …

Bandit – [Juice Wrld] x [NBA Youngboy]

When you see a combo with the magnitude such as Juice Wrld and NBA Youngboy connect for a record you already know a couple of things; it’s going to be a hit and it’s going to do some SERIOUS numbers, but those two facts become even more true when Lyrical Lemonade’s own Cole Bennett is the man behind the camera. Late last night this super trio released the brand new music video for “Bandit” and it has already put up a whopping 2.4 million views in just over twelve hours & not to mention that it’s currently #2 on YouTube’s trending! The way that these two creatives attacked this immaculate production that was provided by the great Nick Mira was impressive to say the minimum, they bounced off of each other with perfect chemistry, leaving tons of fans around the world already craving their next collab! Watch this brand new music video below and if you haven’t already, don’t forget to subscribe to Lyrical Lemonade’s YouTube channel!    

4 Sons of a King – [NBA Youngboy]

Yesterday was Father’s day, and unfortunately the Louisiana rapper NBA Youngboy spent it in jail – though it didn’t stop him from releasing a single. Youngboy has four children, hence the title of his new track “4 Sons of a King,” which has already reached the #2 trending spot on Youtube in less than 24 hours. Youngboy cries out lines of strength and sadness to his children, with reminders to keep his head high through his toughest times. “I just talked to Kacey through an iPhone, I could’ve cried, I knew that look up in your eyes.” Youngboy has always been diverse through his music, but personally it seems he reaches his most heartfelt songs when it comes to his children, and you can tell it hurts him not to be there with them on Father’s day. Youngboy’s unmistakable melody encompass a slower, piano dominated instrumental that adds to the sorrowing theme of his desires to be there for his four sons. Though the depressing reality of NBA Youngboy sitting incarcerated on Father’s day lingers with this track, the meaningful, positive messages toward his children provide a sense of hope and optimism for the future. Stream “4 Sons of a …

Boston George – [LBS Kee’vin]

Historically, Florida has been an absolute hotbed for emerging rap talent stemming out of the sunshine state. Today I’d like to introduce to one of the next names you need to have tabs on with LBS Kee’vin and his infectious single and video for “Boston George.” Like most trends in rap, I feel like myself along with a lot of other rap fans get tired of hearing an oversaturation of certain sounds within the genre. Now it may be easy for you to cast off LBS Kee’vin and box him in the same category as Roddy Ricch or Youngboy Never Broke Again (NBA Youngboy), but that shouldn’t dim the light on the hit-making potential he possesses. In addition to that after doing some digging, I stumbled upon some loosies of his like him remixing SZA’s “The Weekend” and snippets on his Instagram that showcase more versatility. Watch the visuals for LBS Kee’vin’s “Boston George” below.

LL Presents: The Quin Nfn Q&A

When the Lyrical team was out at SXSW this past year we met an Austin, Texas based artist named Quin Nfn at the interview with Nardwuar, and he has become a favorite of ours rather quickly since that point. He has been releasing some good music for a minute now and his new project has been doing very well, he is still a teenager at this point so you can only image the growth that we are about to witness, I predict in a few years he is one of the biggest rappers in his state. Take a few minutes below to check out the new Q&A we did featuring Quin Nfn, and be sure to give Quin a follow on Twitter here to keep up with his future releases!     EM: Before we dive into the questions, give a brief description of yourself for our readers who may not be familiar with you. Quin: I’m a 17 year old youngin from East Austin (da 4 to be exact) trying to make a way for me and my people by making music. Being an artist has always been my dream and my music is about what I’ve seen and lived. I …

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!

Stay Dangerous – [YG]

Along with the releases from Mac Miller & Travis Scott today, YG also joined in on the fun and delivered his next album Stay Dangerous that is certainly no slouch to his peers. 15 tracks deep, the Bompton native brought along an all-star cast of A$AP Rocky, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Quavo, NBA Youngboy and others with production from Mustard, Kj Santana, TM88, MP 808, BOUVE, Lil Rich and many more who helped provide the sauce throughout. It’s hard to believe that we are 2 years separated from the Still Brazy album and while that record was a classic, I’m more-than-certain YG fans will have a handful of hits to get through. That being said, get into the Stay Dangerous album below and let us know which cut you’re rocking to most in the comments below!

LL Presents: The GlokkNine Q&A

GlokkNine is a rising star coming out of Orlando, Florida with an unstoppable work ethic and hard hitting tracks. The 17-year-old rapper has been taking the internet, more specifically YouTube, by storm the past few months as he’s consistently dropped videos racking up millions of plays. GlokkNine blessed his fans in April with the release of his project, “Bloodshells Revenge,” that features hit songs like, “Crayola,” “10 Percent,” “I Don’t Need No Help,” “Kill Kill,” and many more. Check out our Q&A with GlokkNine below:   JM: Before diving into questions tell our readers who you are. GN: This Glokk9. Mr.BuckDaJack take yo muhfuckin sack. We on allat. – JM: How did you get the name GlokkNine? GN: I was called 9 cause of other various reasons, but naw though my bousin gave me the glokk part cause glokks don’t jam. You know the double K for KillKill, shit that’s all you can do with a glokk. – JM: How did growing up in Florida influence your music? GN: I wouldn’t say it influenced me, but shit I’m just tryna make a way off a path that ain’t there. You feel me? Shit, I grew up breaking into houses, stealing cars, allat. I …

Master The Day Of Judgement – [YoungBoy Never Broke Again]

Fresh off the release of his debut album, “Until Death Call My Name,” YoungBoy Never Broke Again is back with another new project titled, “Master The Day Of Judgement.” Amid everything that surrounds YoungBoy NBA, there’s one thing that we all can’t deny, and that would be that he consistently makes hot music. There isn’t a bad song on the 8 track project. There is just one lone features and it comes from Lil Uzi on the track, “What You Know.” Check out the latest from YoungBoy Never Broke Again below.  

Diamond Teeth Samurai – [Youngboy Never Broke Again]

Despite his ongoing legal issues, Youngboy Never Broke Again remains unfazed. Three weeks ago, he released “Right Or Wrong” featuring Future and it already has close to two million plays on SoundCloud. Channeling his inner Lil Wayne, Youngboy is back again today to deliver another hot record for the streets. On “Diamond Teeth Samurai,” Youngboy interpolates the legendary Weezy track “Tha Block Is Hot” and brings down the house in the accompanying music video. Motorcycles, flashy cars, and even horses float across the screen, and there are several wild shots of Youngboy hanging out the window of a Bentley in true Tupac style. Cash Money Records co-founder Birdman, who has a joint album on the way with the young Louisiana rap star, even makes a brief appearance. Buoyed by the sinister hook, a simple piano loop, and some booming 808 kicks, “Diamond Teeth Samurai” is sure to get fans pumped for Youngboy’s forthcoming album Until Death Call My Name, set to drop April 27. Check out the latest track from Youngboy Never Broke Again below, and let us know if you’re feeling the fiery throwback vibes. Words by Luke Hinz