Watch Smokepurpp’s brand new interview with Sway

A few days ago Lyrical lemonade favorite Smokepurpp stopped by Shade 45 to sit down with the legend Sway and his amazing team for a brand new interview. Smokepurpp spoke about several interesting topics including his forthcoming album, cutting lean from his life, taking his health seriously + certain juices he drinks, his new artist TTOKT, a new group with Gucci and Lil Pump, being a competitive person, evolving as a person, headlining Coachella, being discovered on Soundcloud, getting plaques off of his music, his relationship with Murda Beatz, not being able to go in public without being noticed, how he utilizes social media, making timeless music and he even dropped a dope ass freestyle. Take a few minutes of your day to learn about one of Florida’s finest artists by pressing play below!

Sauce Like This – [Smokepurpp]

As proven in his latest offering, Smokepurpp is not here to mess around. Just two weeks removed from his last track, he’s already back with a new one, “Sauce Like This”, and it bangs just as hard, shedding light on Purpp’s unstoppably energetic presence when he hits the mic. “Sauce Like This” is an of-the-moment piece that we can’t help but be excited about as we await a new full-length effort, and with this, it shows us that Purpp refuses to stop making heaters. No track will be better for turning up this weekend than this one, s, make sure you put “Sauce Like This” in rotation and be on the lookout for more from his aforementioned album. Hopefully, we receive the full entree soon.

Stain – [Craig Xen] x [Ski Mask] x [Smokepurpp]

Today I am happy to bring our readers the premiere of Craig Xen’s brand new offering titled “Stain” featuring Lyrical Lemonade favorites Smokepurpp and Ski Mask The Slump God. I swear that as soon as I pressed play and heard this absolutely massive instrumental creeping up I knew something crazy was about to happen, and that’s exactly what happened when these three blessed the beat (that was provided by Stain). The vibe & melody that they created on this one is extremely contagious to say the least, if you’re anything like me be prepared to have this one on repeat for an hour. Stream this brand new record below and if you like it be sure to keep up with Craig Xen by giving him a follow on Twitter here!

Reese LaFlare – [Reese LaFlare]

From the luxurious “Drip Like That” to the fashion-inspired “No Stylist” and everything in between, Reese LaFlare has showed us time and time again why he has always been ahead of the curve in rap. All of these influential moments have formed quite an important role for the ATL native, and today, he rolls his artistry into one, everlasting collection of music that shows all of this off: a stellar, self-aware debut album entitled Reese LaFlare. 14 tracks in length, this project has been years in the making, so it’s special to see the growth that LaFlare undergoes throughout its duration. It feels as though each track is a small slice of his personality, and once the final moments conclude, listeners have been shown the entirety of who Reese LaFlare is and what made him the person he is today. Not to mention it even includes some magnificent features from Yung Bans, Gunna, Young Thug, Pusha T, Smokepurpp, Ty Dolla $ign, and Vory. Quite frankly, the music speaks for itself in this case, so I’ll leave you to check out the new album at the link provided below!

Nephew – [Smokepurpp] Ft. [Lil Pump]

Smokepurpp & Lil Pump’s Nephew record made immediate waves last week post-release and when it so happens that the duo collab on a song, you already know a visual is in-order. Being brought to life courtesy of Millicent Hailes, the duo of Purpp & Pump can be seen flaunting their natural chemistry on a rooftop skyline before they are joined by some hooded, dark-clothed figures that, as it seems, would be the goons coming after your nephew. Big chains, expensive cars and a whole lot of flexing basically sums this one up and if you thought for a second that these guys weren’t entertaining enough in their visuals I suggest you check out this one out for Nephew and stay tuned for the next connection from Smokepurpp & Lil Pump in the near future! Directed By: Millicent Hailes

100 N Da Safe – [DJ Smokey]

Hamilton, Canada’s own DJ Smokey is making his Lyrical Lemonade debut today with his latest release 100 N Da Safe. Smokey has been on my radar for a while now as it seems his smoked out, heavy beats always hit the spot. Equipt with Smokey’s signature sound, 100 N Da Safe sees Smokey chop up vocals from Smokepurpp’s track Phantom from his Deadstar project. Smokey’s beat breathes new light into Purpp’s bars. If you’re not familiar with DJ Smokey, check out his SoundCloud and unique approach to hip-hop production. His beats are heavy and full of phonk. Get familiar with the rising producer below with 100 N Da Safe:

Nephew – [Smokepurpp] Ft. [Lil Pump]

It’s been over a year since Smokepurpp’s DEADSTAR tape that saw the last collaboration from him and his partner-in-crime Lil Pump and now, they are back with a new bounce in, Nephew. Backed by production from ChaseTheMoney, the lethal instrumental was bodied by the pair who switched up their flows and fed off of each other’s energy and always-savage lyricism that graced the Ronny J-produced OK being their last connection. Purpp & Pump fans have stayed hopeful for the possibility of a full-length project from the XXL Freshman and after videos came out of them hanging out and even switching hairstyles, you’d have to believe there’s a whole lot of work happening in the studio. Having said that, kick-off your Friday with Nephew below and stay tuned for more from Smokepurpp and Lil Pump very soon!

Watch Comethazine’s brand new interview with Lyrical Lemonade

Comethazine stopped by our Lyrical Lemonade office a few weeks back when he performed at our Juice Wrld show, so it was only right that we sat him down for a dope new interview! You will find Comethazine speaking about plenty of interesting subjects such as when he realized he was a rapper, the impact that XXXtentacion had, his relationship with the A$AP Mob, his upcoming music, his new sound, his upcoming collabs, his relationship with Smokepurpp, looking up to Eminem & 50 Cent, being from St. Louis, his role in skate rap, expecting to be on XXL next year, Demi Lovato, “Cop A Jag”, his live performance, soundcloud rap, having confidence in himself & so much more. Take a few minutes of your time to check out this brand new interview below!

Purpple Hearts – [Diablo] Ft. [Smokepurpp] & [Lil Xan]

One of hip-hop’s most sought-after producers by the name of Diablo is back with his own single titled, Purpple Hearts featuring Smokepurpp & Lil Xan. Spanning just over 2 minutes in length, the surprising Purpp/Xan connection traded off with their drippy autotune deliveries that, believe it or not, coalesced beautifully over the Diablo beat that is unique to the bass-filled instrumentals we are accustomed to from him. Being the first time both Smokepurpp and Lil Xan have featured on the same track, it goes without saying that after this sparkling collab makes its rounds, we shouldn’t be too surprised to see another song from the duo in the not too distant future. Hopefully Diablo’s behind the keys for the next one as well but for now, steer your attention to Purrple Hearts at the link below and let us know if you’ll be adding this one to your playlist.

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 …