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Michael – [Remi Wolf]

Although she is so different, unique, and out of the realm of most of the music I personally tend to listen to, Remi Wolf is seriously one of my favorite musicians in the current generation of music. In fact, I think that what I like so much about her is the very fact that she is so unapologetically herself, and this keeps me beyond enthralled with her incredible talents and inventive approaches to the music-making process. When she released her debut album Juno not too long ago, she further cemented herself into the spotlight, but I think that this was already pretty obvious due to a North American headlining tour, more than one billion global streams, and plenty of other incredibly applaudable achievements. Well, the fun has just begun because she announced the deluxe version of Juno is set to release on June 3rd, celebrating this with a much slower, more grungy single called “Michael”, and although it’s a much different vibe from the rest of her album, this one is still just as addicting and enthralling as the rest of the already existing records on her debut effort. In a press release with this announcement and track, Remi shared …

N95 – [Kendrick Lamar]

It goes without saying, but the king himself Kendrick Lamar needs absolutely no introduction. Whenever he drops a new album, it’s an absolute spectacle, not because these albums come very few and far between, but because there is so much thought, creativity, and effort that goes into each and every aspect of his projects. good kid, m.A.A.d city is undeniably one of my personal favorite albums of all time, and each project since then has showcased Kendrick’s thought process on important topics as he finds them necessary and relevant to speak on, and I love that because he doesn’t force the issues if people aren’t ready, but he also doesn’t sugar coat them when he actually does state his testimonies. Of course, on his insanely inventive album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, he shares some words that not everyone is going to agree with, and controversies will undeniably be stirred up, but that is what he has made a point in his career to do because he has a platform that receives mass amounts of attention, and he is going to use it to the best of his abilities. In all honesty, I don’t feel as if I even …

Behind The Track: C-Moski

We’re back again with the Lyrical Lemonade: Behind The Track feature. This week I decided to put the spotlight on C-Moski from Memphis, Tennessee. Moski always had an ear for music, however, he didn’t pursue his career as a producer until his thriving football career came to an end. Sometimes, it’s not what you know, but who you know. Thanks to Blac Youngsta and Ju his manager, Moski had the opportunity to become a part of Heavy Camp and produce three records on ‘Fu*k Everybody 2’ in 2018. Moski began to gain more recognition in 2021 after linking up with 1017 hottest artists on the rise, Pooh Shiesty. Moski is the face behind Pooh Shiesty’s smash Hit “Neighbors” featuring BIG30. This song received over 62 million views on Youtube and went on to become RIAA certified gold on May 27, 2021. The following year, “Neighbors” went platinum on January 18, 2022. I had the opportunity to learn more about C-Moski and his growth throughout the years. Check our interview out below. — Lyrical Lemonade: Where did you grow up? North Memphis, Douglass & Raleigh areas.  Lyrical Lemonade: Were you always involved with music growing up? Or was it something you …

Z Money: The Lemonade Stand Interview

Z Money is somebody that needs no introduction, he is a Chicago legend and today I am proud to release our latest Lemonade Stand interview featuring him! I spoke with Z Money about several subjects including his brand new album, his relationship with Valee, the moment that “Two 16’s” started to blow up, mentorship he’s received from Gucci Mane, the schools he attended, and much more. This was a solid conversation and a much-needed interview from Z Money, it’s been a minute since he’s publicly spoken, and this was the perfect time to do so. Watch this brand new interview below!

A$AP P On The Boards Releases Music Video For “Randy Moss” Featuring MVX

P on the Boards recently launched his new label Peeonthewrld. Widely known for his production work with ASAP Rocky, Flatbush Zombies, LNDN DRGS, Joyce Wrice, and more, A$AP P returns this week with the official music video for “Randy Moss” featuring MVX. 808 Mafia member PVLACE stepped in to co-produce the record. “$ha Hef called me like I got my relative in LA. I heard two songs. I was like naaaaa I need parts. I set up a session and the rest was history,” A$AP P explains. Directed by The Youth Of Russia (@eshelkovoy_films) & (@jouviere), the visuals pay respects to former NFL player Randy Moss. Throughout the video, clips of Moss’ performance throughout his career are shown. This year, you can expect A$AP P to invite more talented artists to collaborate with Peeonthewrld. You can watch the full video of “Randy Moss” below.

the loved ones – [juno]

Not too much time has passed since the moment I first heard about juno, an insanely talented rising star who has been classified as a part of the hyperpop community, but as with a lot of my favorite artists in this subgenre, I definitely believe that he transcends the confines of this label. It seems like he had barely even scratched the surface of the music industry before he found his niche and began to thrive, working with some of the other hottest emcees out while even teaming up with Overcast for a string of insanely addictive videos. It is exciting to me that he has seen so much success this early on in his thriving career, so that gets me thinking that he is going to be on an entirely different level within even just a few months, and this time next year, I think he is going to be on an entirely different playing field without a doubt. He has become known as a king of singles, and even though he did release one EP last year, I definitely had a craving for another project from the innovator, so when I saw that he released his brand-new EP …

We Not Humping – [Monaleo] ft. [Flo Milli]

Few rappers are as consistent and high-energy as Monaleo and Flo Milli. With two of the most flawless discographies in today’s world of new hip-hop acts, there is a small list of artists that get me hyped like they do – and luckily today we’re treated to a new visual from both of them. As you may remember, last year Monaleo joined forces with Flo Milli on the remix to Leo’s classic track “We Not Humping” – a banger so bass-laden and unapologetic that it was an instant add to every function’s playlist and every DJ’s set. I was convinced (and still am) that Monaleo and Flo Milli had reinvented music, as the number of people emulating their sound and style seemed to explode as the song began to move faster and faster. Patient fans are rewarded this week with “We Not Humping”‘s long-awaited video, a Chris Villa-directed visual decorated with neon, futuristic style, and two of the hardest-hitting verses of the past year. In terms of competition there really doesn’t appear to be much for the two of them – and since Monaleo and Flo Milli seem to be always a step ahead, perhaps Flo Milli said it best …

Simple – [IDK] & [Kaytranda]

Since news broke that IDK and Kaytranada had completed their joint project Simple, fans instantly (and rightly) knew that they were about to be treated to an album of the year contender. In spite of both artists’ earlier works existing at almost opposite ends of the musical spectrum – like Kaytra Todo and I Was Very Bad for example – Kaytranada and IDK’s collaborative record together shines as a true testament to versatility, risk-taking, and the dynamic journey of a true artist. Making waves with a project that stands at only 8 tracks long, Simple is a refreshingly unique and colorful take on the styles and sounds that Kaytranada and IDK have helped popularize in mainstream music. Painstakingly polished and carefully crafted, album cuts like “Zaza Tree” and “Breathe” see IDK flexing his singing skills over Kaytranada’s eclectic hip-hop/house beats. Levels of energy fluctuate at moments’ notice on Simple – and while “Breathe” stands as more on the ambient and spacious side of things, tracks like “The Code” with Mike Dimes or “Dog Food” with Denzel Curry and Karriem Riggins are instilled with a certain level of high-octane energy. Every track blends perfectly into the other to create a nonstop …

Come Home The Kids Miss You – [Jack Harlow]

Though it may feel like just yesterday, a lot has changed for Jack Harlow since 2020’s Thats What They All Say. Between his three (3) Grammy nominations, a track with over a billion (with a B) streams, and most recently, a viral banger sampling Fergie’s iconic “Glamorous” – few lately have been moving with the same precision as Harlow himself. His newest record Come Home The Kids Miss You is in many ways a love letter to the life that he’s lived since – Jack’s rare moment to breathe between headlines, events, and accolades. With a meteoric rise to fame like his comes a host of new challenges – practices to learn, people to be wary of, and no amount of accommodation or luxury can totally erase the inconvenience of his level of celebrity. Because of this, Jack Harlow’s new record is surprisingly mature from an artist known for his humor and carefree confidence. The mixes are much less conventional than one may expect, suggesting a refreshing and admirable desire to take risks coming from a position that in no way demands he takes them. Above all else, Come Home The Kids Miss You is much more reflective than his last …

DJ Tay James Interview: A Prime Example of Staying Down Since Day One

“I can make certain calls and tap in with a certain DJ in another part of the world and know what’s being played over there. I can make calls and ask who the hottest new artist or producer is. I don’t think the DJ role will never be obsolete because an algorithm can’t think like a DJ.” -DJ Tay James Since it’s inception, the art of being a DJ has been something that has always been fascinating to watch. Coming from the old days of having to own actual vinyl records, and then transitioning to an all-digital deck, it’s been amazing to see how many DJs actually move along with the times and are able to master a new craft, when their old ways are shifting away. One could argue that the job of a DJ is one of the more important roles in the music business. At a party or event, it’s the DJs job to control the mood and the overall vibes, and listening to the crowd’s visual cues and body language is key. For DJ Tay James, he’s been able to maneuver through many avenues and kept up with the times for many years, and he is …