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Shotta Flow 5 – [NLE Choppa]

NLE Choppa is one of the hottest young artists in the game, hands down, and today he unleashed his brand new music video for “Shotta Flow 5”. NLE Choppa is an infectious and energetic creative who is simply hard not to like, he’s an hilarious individual and most importantly, he’s an amazing rapper! Whenever NLE Choppa works with Lyrical Lemonade’s leader Cole Bennett, it seems like they always bring out the best in each other, and although they have provided us with some awesome visuals in the past, this one is my favorite from the duo by far! You will find NLE dealing with some adversities on this video such as toy soldiers shooting at him, a mysterious man in his closet and even some produce in his kitchen speaking to him, all while his he & his mother have some funny back & forth conversation. Do yourself a favor and watch this brand new music video below!

Different Day – [NLE Choppa]

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed watching NLE Choppa’s come up over the last year or so. In all honesty at the beginning, I kind of thought he was just another rapper whose wild persona and energetic disposition was going to bring him success on a few songs, and then he’d struggle to continue progressing within his Rap career. I’m beyond happy that he has proven me completely wrong and he is more than just an energetic young artist with basically no depth or complexity to his music, which is the case for certain other up and comers in the industry. He has not only proven that he can create bangers and party anthems, but he can collaborate with talents who create different styles of Hip-Hop and he also knows how to tell a story. That might sound simple, but it goes a long way if you can come off as genuine and honest about the words you speak because if listeners don’t believe the words you’re saying, it’s that much harder to come off as an authentic and realistic artist. Lil Baby has a very similar skillset as Choppa because he can clearly make hits while also sharing certain encounters he has …

Lost Ones – [Westside Tut]

Bay-area-grown and upcoming talent Westside Tut seems to remain on track for stardom with his latest release, “Lost Ones,” produced by Mark Motta, and it’s accompanying visual which released just last week. The rising artist has worked brilliantly alongside some of the industry’s largest names including NLE Choppa, NBA Youngboy, and OMB Peezy. His impressive track record also includes touring with West Coast legend E-40. This track speaks on feelings of grieving and emphasizes losing people to incarceration or death. “My heart goes out to mommas with they lost sons, I’m knowin’ how it feels when you lost some.” The visual shows Tut strolling through a graveyard with a stoic demeanor that’s radiated throughout the song as well. Deeper meaning and somber lyrics make this track one you’ll feel, and one you’ll want to hear until its end. The Bay Area rapper continues to make waves in the industry, as he plans on releasing videos and music more consistently in the current times of uncertainty. Like most of the themes throughout his music, he preaches messages of perseverance and dealing with adversity in moving forward with his career, which seemingly has no bounds. Watch and listen to Westside Tut – Lost Ones …

Tour – [Blueface] ft. [Asian Doll] [NLE Choppa] [Kiddo Curry] [Sada Baby] & [9lokkNine]

It seems like in the current state of Hip-Hop, although there are collaborations left and right, you rarely see more than one or two other artists hop on a song together. This might be due to the fact that it’s more common to have tracks that run two minutes or less rather than extending into the four or five-minute range like before, or it could be because it’s tough to get an abundance of artists together at the same time considering new talents are popping up all over the country. Regardless of what the reasoning is, Blueface’s most recent song “Tour” recruits some of the most notorious rising artists in all of Rap music. Creeping piano keys, building kick drums, and pace-setting percussion lays the pavement for a West Coast banger, which isn’t uncommon whatsoever for the Los Angeles Rapper. Blueface does a great job of aggressively attacking certain words, ditching his normally off-kilter flow and sticking to a more rhythmic rhyme scheme. Asian Doll, who’s someone I always see in the headlines, is also an artist I’m not as familiar with. Her verse blew me away in all honesty, as she meshed oh so well with the beat and …

Flow $ZN – [YSN Flow]

At the age of 16, YSN Flow has been able to rise up the ranks and build a legitimate career for himself by staying consistent in releasing hits. My introduction to Flow occurred about a year ago at our Summer Smash Festival, he had the chance to perform “Want Beef?” before NLE Choppa and completely rocked the crowd. At that time he was a 15-year-old kid from Cleveland, Ohio with a song that was beginning to generate some buss, now a year later and on the day of his debut mixtape it is incredible to see the strides made by this young, hungry, and talented artist. Being that this is still only the beginning of Flow’s story, it is wild to think of the heights he may reach with a debut as strong as Flow $zn. If you have ever listened to Flow, you should know he is an above-average melodic rapper who is able to weave personal struggles and issues on the street into one track and nothing feels out of place. With his single “Want Beef?” being such a big record as his introduction, I was excited to see how he would live to the hype on a full-length …

Grim Reapa Flow – [30 Deep Grimeyy] x [NLE Choppa]

The St. Louis native 30 Deep Grimeyy has made a name for himself with his drill-style flow that so many hip-hop listeners are encapsulated by in this era. His style and flow match up perfectly with artists to the like of NLE Choppa, with whom he collaborates with beautifully on their latest project, “Grim Reapa Flow.” The choppy, drill-based flow that Grimeyy and Choppa have perfected reflects with this banger of a track, which unsurprisingly portrays messages of violent feuds and rundowns with opposition, but with a catchy and fun flow that the two have mastered to perfection. The visual, produced by Jolo, is a simplistic piece working around Grimeyy and Choppa in deserted, run-down parts of the city where a track like this fittingly should be shot. However, even with run down scenery and backdrops, Jolo does a fantastic job of incorporating abstract animations and transitions with the materials he’s got to work with. The recently-crowned Lyrical Lemonade 2v2 basketball tournament champion, NLE Choppa, perfectly complements Grimeyy’s flow and delivery, just adding to the already stellar performance by Grimeyy in the first large portion of the song. The visual has racked up nearly 1M views on YouTube in less …

Walk Em Down- [NLE Choppa] ft. [Roddy Ricch]

Two of the brightest young talents in the world of Rap music today are undoubtedly NLE Choppa and Roddy Ricch. Choppa has made a name for himself through an energetic persona, wild lyricism, and uncharacteristic flows that help him stick out amongst the pack. I know it’s probably awful of me, but I know a little less about Roddy Ricch, and I need to change that especially after hearing him on this new single the duo dropped. What I do know about him, however, is he spent so much time with “The Box” at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts that I couldn’t scroll through my timeline for weeks without hearing about it, so my negligence was at an all-time high. “Walk Em Down” is the name of the latest single that the pair dropped, and it’s quite a spectacle. CashMoneyAP’s skills are in full effect as he creates a beat full of acoustic guitar, swinging 808s, and trap percussion. NLE takes the hook where he uses a melodic delivery to pave the way for an overly catchy basis for the entire track, before repeating the phrase “Walk Em Down” in a manner that’s sure to get stuck …

Go Stupid- [Polo G] ft. [NLE Choppa] & [Stunna 4 Vegas]

If you haven’t heard of Polo G, NLE Choppa, or Stunna 4 Vegas by now, you need to catch up with the times immediately. Polo G has proved time and time again that age doesn’t matter when it comes to rapping, and he’s done this through songs and albums that have set the streets on fire. NLE and Stunna have both been coming up rapidly as well, and although I’m much more familiar with Choppa than I am with Stunna 4 Vegas, their latest offering proves just how talented they really are. When it comes to their latest track “Go Stupid”, all three talents are on full display over a beat with heavy piano chords, almost overpowering bass, and a somewhat futuristic melody. Polo kicks off the song with his telltale drill-adjacent flow, talking about how he has nothing but new and improved music coming in the future. This is hard for me to fathom personally considering all of the already impeccable offerings he has already delivered. Stunna sort of yells his way through his verse, overlapping certain line to add layers and depth. NLE brings all the energy that we know he can as he discusses growing up in …

Freaky Dancer – [18Veno]

It always amazes me how young and talented rappers can get nowadays. One of those rappers that’s caught my eye as of late has been South Carolina teenager 18Veno. He doesn’t even have any songs on DSPs and he’s been putting up some real promising numbers across different YouTube curating channels. This method has become popularized by rappers such as Young Boy Never Broke Again and NLE Choppa and many other young rappers in this lane. It’s a smart route to take you to have a fan base in which is dying to see content from you and you’re forcing them to catch you on your Instagram or YouTube Channel. One of my favorite songs and videos to run back by 18Veno is “Freaky Dancer.” 18Veno works close with producer Neekobaby who is under Jetson’s Spaceboy imprint so there shouldn’t be any shortage of beats. Watch the visuals for 18Veno’s “Freaky Dancer” below.

Untold – [NLE Choppa]

NLE Choppa took the rap world by storm last year with his hard-hitting instant classic song “Shotta Flow” and hasn’t really slowed down since. He managed to stay on the radar of rap fans all over the country and after releasing his debut EP Cottonwood towards the end of December, he clearly hopes and plans on being a mainstay in the industry. Speaking of Cottonwood, NLE is back in the spotlight with the release of a music video for the opening song of the EP “Untold”. If you didn’t already know, NLE played the game of basketball in his life before music, so this visual is without a doubt a nod to his first love. It takes place in a pitch-black gymnasium, and the only thing that illuminates anything is spotlights moving around in random directions. With these random spotlight flashes, you can catch a glimpse of shadows, dancers, and basketball players, with NLE going crazy with his dance moves throughout as well. What I like about the song itself is the fact that even though I love his typically uncharacteristic style, this song sounds more classic and trappy than his other releases, so it’s cool to see that he …