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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

The Kids Love Guns – [Bad Day Dre]

Bad Day Dre, also known as Dre Vegas, is making his debut as an artist today in Lyrical Lemonade with his deeply passionate and emotional new project The Kids Love Guns where Dre channels aggression and frustration into a fifteen song project. Dre blends a variety of styles, ranging from abstract, trunk rattling, experimental rap to more indie leaning instrumentals with almost punk like vocals considering Bad Day Dre’s fervor in which he delivers his upbeat and introspective lyrics. However this project would suggest quite differently, making music isn’t even necessarily his artistic forte yet as he has served as a videographer and editor to many of the most exciting artists to come out in the last year, proving to be a rare renaissance man in a highly specialized world that has been forcing people and artists into a niche in many ways in recent years. The production on this project was very impressive and he even collaborated with Wallis Lane who recently had two different tracks on Kanye West’s Donda with “New Again” and “Heaven and Hell,” as well as having recently extensively collaborated with $oFaygo further speaks to both Dre’s taste-rich eyes and ears. Another production highlight was …

Prada (Remix) – [Rich the Kid] ft. [Polo G]

Rich the Kid is a name that shouldn’t be unfamiliar to any fan of rap music, and while I feel like he hasn’t gotten the respect he deserves since releasing singles like “New Freezer” and “Plug Walk” quite some time ago, he is still on his grind, making money as well as some awesome new music that day one fans still enjoy on the daily. Earlier this summer, he dropped off a song entitled “Prada” as well as a music video that has over one and a half million views, and this low-key banger is another incredible addition to his sonic repertoire, so it has been a song I’ve revisited time and time again since it came out. While the Spaceking and ADHD-produced song is full of haunting piano keys, energetic percussion, and booming drums, Rich makes sure to use this as a launching pad for his always entertaining personality and energy to shine through. Luckily, he wasn’t done with having fun with this one and actually decided to get Chicago’s very own Polo G on the remix in order to add a new spin on the already remarkable track. When it comes to remixes, I usually enjoy hearing a …

Boss Bitch – [Rich the Kid] ft. [Coi Leray]

Rich the Kid is an artist who needs no introduction at this point, and even though it has been a few years since songs like “Plug Walk” and “New Freezer” topped the charts, he’s not even close to being done creating hits. This was abundantly obvious when he released “Richard Millie Patek” not too long ago, and it’s clear once again with his latest single “Boss Bitch” which he taps Coi Leray for another unforgettable feature from the rising emcee. When it comes to the production from hitmakers TM88 and LNK, they utilize some floating, ambient synths that give a real airy feel to the record before crisp percussion and intriguing drums come in to set the tempo as everything comes together to sweep you off your feet and carry you away into the wind. As Rich comes in for the hook, he lists off all the qualities he needs in a woman in a very straightforward yet always energetic manner that he never seems to leave behind no matter what song is playing. He continues to list off qualities into his verse, bragging about all of the favors that his girl does for him all while questioning if your …

Sofaygo, The Boy Who Believed

When Andre Dontrel Burt decided to release the three-track EP, We Are Aliens, as SoFaygo, a new pseudonym to replace his former rap name, Trvllinese, the reception wasn’t exactly favorable. “I was getting backlash when I made that transition in 2018,” the 19-year-old rapper remembered, “People was not fucking with it. They liked Trvllinese better. I told them, bro, watch, y’all gonna see.” You make it seem like you knew what was going to happen? “I did,” he replied, “I always felt like I was going to be great, bro.”  Self-assurance doesn’t come in short supply for the Georgia-born teen. His need for a superstar’s resolve dates back to Junior year at Harrison High School. “I started caring less about people’s opinions in 11th grade,” SoFaygo recalled, “That’s when I started wearing different kinds of clothes, dyeing my hair in all different kinds of colors, just adapting to what Atlanta was on at the time.” “But niggas used to try me, bruh,” he asserted. “I don’t know why, maybe because I was different, but they would call me and my music weird.” With a light chuckle, the confident rookie added, “I was having none of that, bruh. I was always …

This Side – [Vory] feat. [Landstrip Chip]

Dreamchasers founder and head-honcho Meek Mill has been doing an amazing job pushing the brand and the label forward as a collective. Showcasing many sides of talent, Meek has been able to capture all angles of rap, and now R&B, on one label. One of the most talented pens and vocalists in the game right now would have to be the Dreamchasers signee, Vory. The Houston-born and Louisville-raised artist started out making a buzz on his own before garnering the attention of many other artists in the game. He would then go on to receive a Grammy for his contributions on The Carters Everything Is Love album,  as well as contributing his pen on records from Bryson Tiller, Rich The Kid, and even Drake. Today, he is premiering his latest visuals for his song “This Side” featuring Atlanta-based artist Landstrip Chip. With the release of his self-titled album Vory that released in December of 2020 being so successful, Vory knew that he eventually had to push some of those bigger records off of there. That said, here we are with “This Side” being his single of choice and an amazing pick. The Sara Lacombe-directed visual takes place in the strip club, while Vory and …

Crack Pack Vol. 1 – [Tommy Richman]

Not too long ago, I was first put onto Tommy Richman and his unbelievably diverse world of music. He definitely caught me by surprise in all the best possible ways, and I was shocked at the fact that no one is really making music like him. In fact, one of the only people I could even compare him to would be Jean Dawson, an unbelievably remarkable talent who is blowing up at unexpectedly speedy rates. Coincidentally, I realized that Tommy spoke a collaboration with Jean into existence not too long ago on his Twitter, so I truly hope this comes to fruition as soon as possible. Just the other day, I found out that Tommy had dropped off a two-pack of brand-new songs which he calls Crack Pack Vol. 1, and both songs are as unique as I could’ve imagined. Opening up with some industrialized electronic sounds one “Kids”, the vibe quickly changes to a much more soothing, suave synth melody before drums come into the picture and change things up once again. After listening, I realized that one of my favorite parts is how the beat can transform into something completely different in the blink of an eye, yet …

Richard Mille Patek – [Rich the Kid]

It has been quite some time since I have not only heard a new Rich the Kid song but it’s been even longer since I actually got excited about one. He went on a stretch of releasing bangers left and right for quite some time, but it seems like he had cooled off for a bit after songs like “Plug Walk” and “New Freezer” took the world by storm. Nonetheless, he was still grinding and working on new content, and while some of it might not have been up to the standards that we had in place after so many hits, it seems like he has hit his stride again and he’s back like he never left. Of course, I’m talking about his brand-new release entitled “Richard Mille Patek”, a title that obviously references the insanely luxurious and even more expensive watches that rappers always seem to mention in their songs, at least for the past few years. While the song itself is an absolute smash hit, in my opinion, the visual which was directed by the one and only Shomi Patwary was just as good if not better, truly making this a one-two punch that you have to check …

love u lately – [Laica]

The euphorically rich style of Laica returns to the digital pages of Lyrical Lemonade today for her new music video, “love u lately.” Capturing a romantic infatuation that leads to love potions, sleep darts, and a kidnapping, the Cooper Leith-directed video paints a humorous narrative that echoes the song’s love-spell story.  Brought to life by synth layered R&B production, Laica intimately details the difficult world of dating and how sometimes falling for someone and expressing that feeling is the hardest thing to do. Laica describes this grey area with precision, explaining the unrequited back-and-forth felt when trying to feel out a romantic situation. The new single and video come off of the impending release of Laica’s upcoming album, i’m so fine at being alone, set to release in June. Read what Laica had to say about her new song and video below, saying,  “‘love u lately’ is basically about the dating game and trying to figure out how the other person is feeling/thinking but getting mixed feelings so you do the same cause you reciprocate whatever energy or vibes they give you” Watch the new video for “love u lately” by Laica below.

Ice Kream Truck – [Tommy Richman]

In this industry, I’m always trying my best to be on the cutting edge of discovery when finding new artists that deserve their spot in the spotlight. At the same time, it’s simply impossible for me to know about every promising young talent before everyone else, so that’s why when the homies hit me up about some blossoming talents, I have to tune in because they definitely have some amazing taste in music and they always put me onto some musicians who are inevitably going to blow up sooner or later. Most recently, I was told about an unbelievable young artist named Tommy Richman, and while I had zero expectations going into his most recent offering “Ice Kream Truck”, I left my first listen with thousands of questions, the first of which was how has this kid not blown up yet? As soon as you press play, your eardrums are met by these retro-sounding synths that are immediately complimented by Tommy’s high-pitched vocals that just fill your soul with serenity and good vibes, and we haven’t even gotten to the bulk of the record yet. I should also mention that Tommy self-produced this hit with the help of another producer …