Stay – [Vory]

Vory is an artist who has been making some serious strides as of late. He possesses the ability to bounce back between singing and rapping, a skill few utilize as well as the Kentucky native. As soon as Vory comes in on his latest offering, the song is kicked into 5th gear as he uses all aspects of his vocal range. “Stay” is a melodic single that I think most listeners can relate to, falling for somebody and being a little too upfront after some drinking. The signs are clear that Vory has been putting in work, releasing an impressive slew of singles in 2019 and killing any feature he finds himself on. It’s likely we will get a full-length follow up to his 2018 EP Lucky Me, a project that made it clear Vory is an extremely talented artist looking to become a headlining act in the near future. Stream the new single below and be on the lookout for new music from Vory in the coming months!

You Got It – [Vory]

If you tuned into Rich The Kid’s new album then it’s likely Vory already got your attention with his stellar guest spot on “Ring Ring.” I mean, his crisp, clean style is damn near impossible to ignore. In addition to the feature, the Kentucky native dropped off a video-assisted cut of his own with “You Got It.” Though leaning more towards the R&B side thanks to a whirring, hazy backdrop from J Gramm and Lewis Bell, Vory, again, showcases his clean sound that really pops out. More than just the stellar vocals though, he has the sharp pen to match. I love his phrasing as he puts his spin on a break-up cut; it’s easy to see why he’s written for artists like Drake, Bryson Tiller, and Beyonce and Jay. With the vocals, the pen, the resume, and the ability to take a song to take over a song with a guest spot, Vory destined for big things.  

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!

Big Mad – [Reese LaFlare] ft. [Ty Dolla $ign] [Vory]

En route to the release of his long-awaited and highly-anticipated debut album, Reese LaFlare has dropped off a number of gem singles throughout the past few months and in all honesty, become an increasingly powerful within rap that simply has to be on everyone’s radar at this point. That being said, the Atlanta hitmaker is back on Lyrical Lemonade today to bless us with yet another single to garner excitement around the project, this time dropping off “Big Mad” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Vory. As always seems to be the case with Reese LaFlare’s music, this song is a wave in and of itself, taking the role as an anthemic offering that anyone can resonate with and blessing us with a bundle of clever lyrics about the haters who don’t want to see us succeed. Both Ty Dolla $ign and Vory kill it on their respective parts as well, and from the first second to the last, there’s no denying that this is a future hit. Don’t sleep, click play below and get ready for a brand new Reese LaFlare project coming soon!

LL Presents: The Alex Du Buclet Q&A

Alex Du Buclet is in my opinion easily one of the most slept on singers from Chicago. She truly has some of the most beautiful vocals in the city, and I predict that you will get to know her very well in the next few years. Although she tends to stay on the singing side of things, one of her overlooked talents is that she is extremely good at crossing genres, mixing her great vocals with talented rappers to make ear pleasing jams. Learn a thing or two about her below, then be sure to give her a follow on Twitter here!     EM: Before we get started, give our readers that may not be familiar with you a brief introduction of yourself. AB: Hi! My name is Alex du Buclet, I’m 18 years old living in the downtown Chicago area. I’m a singer-songwriter, pianist and guitarist. — EM: When did you first start creating music? AB: I started writing my own music probably as early as age 5. I remember ending my piano lessons about 15 minutes early to use the remainder of the lesson to write songs about anything from bunny rabbits to pretending like I understood what it was like …