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cheesy – [bbno$] & [Warhol.ss]

It’s understood at this point that bbno$ is not playing around.  Over the past few months, we have covered several of his stellar releases but today he has dropped one of his most exciting singles to date. On his latest release, he teamed up with Lyrical Lemonade icon Warhol who has been at the top of his game lately, killing any and every song he’s on. With both artists firing on all cylinders, this track is a perfect example of the versatility each emcee possesses. The production provided by Dilip is chaotic and features a deep bass line that would shake the windows in any house at the right volume. Warhol and bbno$ have been in the public eye for some time now but both of them have come into their own as of late and the music they’ve been pumping out reflects it. This collaboration has me incredibly excited to see who else bbno$ has been cooking up with, nothing would surprise me at this point. You can find “cheesy” on all platforms here! Produced by Dilip Photo by @edgumuchian

Kill Tek Piece – [Warhol.ss] Ft. [Lil Mosey]

Earlier this week both Warhol & Lyrical Lemonade leader Cole Bennett hinted on social media that they would be teaming up to drop their first video together in over two years, and just a few minutes ago we were blessed with the final product, a stellar new visual for his brand new record titled “Kill Tek Piece” featuring Lil Mosey! Warhol.ss is a Chicago legend and is one of the first artists that Lyrical developed a close relationship with way back toward the start, so this release feels special & nostalgic, but more importantly it’s the perfect embodiment of his level up. Warhol doesn’t get enough credit for being one of if not the best new artists of out Chicago, for real man we all have to take a step back and look at just how far he has come, he is no longer teenager rocking shows in Wicker Park every weekend, he is now on the verge of stardom and has been touring all around the nation for years now! I have loved Warhol’s music for a few years now and I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that this is arguably his best song to date, the …

Harry Cash – [Warhol.SS]

Warhol.SS made some serious noise last year with his highly-anticipated Chest Pains project, and now that he’s making the rounds and adding a visual component to the album, new life is being breathed into many of the standout songs. Such is the case today with the brand new music video for “Harry Cash”. Ominous in sound and chilling in lyricism, this fast-paced, hard-nosed offering always struck me as an illustrative track, and the visuals certainly speak to this. The Harry Fraud production is turned into a set of cold-blooded scenes in which Warhol perfectly depicts the unforgiving mood of the song, showing listeners exactly why Chest Pains was so impressive in the first place. Needless to say, “Harry Cash” is well worth the watch, so check this one out here:

Options – [Warhol.SS]

Warhol.SS is, of course, a favorite here at Lyrical Lemonade, and today, he’s back on our pages to bring fans the brand new music video for “Options” off of his last project, Chest Pains. Melodic as can be, this song has always been one of my personal standouts from the album, and now, seeing the way that the Warhol was able to bring his vision to life, I must say that I now have an even stronger love for this one. The lyrics, ranging from “I ain’t never had no options” to vivid images of grandeur and the highlights of the Chicago rapper’s lifestyle, illustrate the ability for one to come up out of nowhere and truly manifest the life they wanted — example A, Warhol.SS. Catering to this sentiment, the accompanying visuals stick Warhol in the front desk, acting as the boss of the company as he displays the overwhelming presence of money and women in the office. “Options” is a captivating watch, so check this one out below and let us know what you think in the comments! Directed by Ben Brady

No Pencil – [Warhol.SS]

Chicago super star Warhol.SS has been putting out some of the best music of his young career lately, and today he is complimenting that with one of his best visuals yet for “No Pencil”. He joined forces with fellow Chicagoan Jake Osmun, and if you know anything about these two creatives together then you know this one was going to be good, and sure enough they came through with a fantastic final product. Warhol had a huge year in 2018 but I think he will have a lot more in store for his growing fan base in 2019, but for now watch this brand new visual below!

TICKETS: Blueface + More

January 26th 2019 in Chicago Lyrical Lemonade Presents: Blueface With YNW Melly, Yung Bans, Warhol.SS, & Young Jasper TICKETS HERE! —

BENIHANA (NEW YEAR 3) – [Warhol.SS]

Chicago’s own, Warhol.SS is setting a strong tone for 2019 with the release of his new song, “BEHINIHANA.” Warhol.SS welcomes in the new year with his third installment of his single series, “New Year 3” also titled “BENIHANA.” The third installment of the single series delivers in every way; hard-hitting production, lethal bars and a brutality that only Warhol can provide. Production from Young God sets up Warhol for a non-stop cadence that has Warhol rapping straight through the production. Warhol.SS just released his debut album, Chest Pains in November and has already excited for what he is going to deliver next. Check out Warhol.SS’ new track, “BENIHANA” below and make sure to give us your thoughts on the bars in the comment section!

TOP 50 CHICAGO PROJECTS OF 2018

While Chicago has been known as a reputable city in hip-hop for numerous years now, this revered position has not arrived without the constant innovation and hard work of the artists that so faithfully represent the prowess of their home city. It is these artists that we have to credit for this respected reputation, and we here at Lyrical Lemonade try to honor this in every way possible by constantly bringing new Chicago acts into our headlines here on our website. That said, 2018 has been yet another fantastic year for Chicago music, so we went ahead and compiled a list of our “Top 50 Chicago Projects” of the year. This now marks the third year that we have been putting out this list, and we believe that it’s safe to say this year’s list might just be the most solid one from top to bottom that we’ve seen yet. Thank you to our terrific writing staff for all of the hard work they have put in this year, I will be linking their socials below so be sure to contact them about getting featured on the website in the future. Seamus Fay • Mike Del Ro • Sam Morrison • …

My thoughts on Warhol’s “Chest Pains”

Chicago’s own Warhol.ss has been a Lyrical Lemonade favorite for years dating back to when he was a teenager, and he has been teasing his massive fan base with his Chest Pains project for quite some time now, and I recently got the chance to sit down and listen to the currently unreleased tape and I thought I would share a few thoughts with our readers before the release of the tape tomorrow. It was a pretty lengthy listen coming jam packed with multiple tracks but one thing that I quickly noticed about this project is that Warhol got a lot more introspective compared to some of his past material, it’s clear that he has grown as an artist since his last full length. However don’t think that there isn’t a fair share of straight up bangers on this tape that Warhol fans have become accustom to, and there’s a handful of star studded features such as Rico Nasty, Uno The Activist, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Lil Duke, Drugrixh Peso and Lil Mosey! All in all I believe that when Warhol’s fans get ahold of this tape they are going to hear a refined version of their favorite artist, and what …

Killswitch – [Adot] x [Warhol.ss]

While scrolling through Soundcloud I saw that a track recently hit that internet titled “Killswitch” by Chicago natives Adot and Warhol, and it was the perfect track to share with our audience tonight. The menacing and bass knocking production by unathletic caught my attention immediately before Warhol stepped up to the plate and dropped a memorable hook like he constantly does, leading into his impressive verse, then finally being capped off by the contribution from Adot! This was a really good song but I expected nothing less, I highly suggest that you give it a chance below!