Watch Zombie Juice’s interview on The Smokebox

Zombie Juice is one of the core members in the Flatbush Zombies who have been featured on the Smokebox before if I am not mistaken, but this time around he made a solo appear on the platform! You will find B-Real asking Zombie Juice about plenty of things including being a trend setter, what he loves about the music industry, his favorite part about his live show, being independent, growing with his Flatbush Zombie brothers over the years, getting used to performing a new album on a new tour, using different sound guys over the years, working on a Beast Coast album, Rolling Loud and more. Check out this brand new conversation below.

Please Forgive – [Powers Pleasant] ft. [Denzel Curry] [IDK] [Zillakami] [Zombie Juice]

One of the founding members of Pro Era, Powers Pleasant, is here on Lyrical Lemonade today to share a new visual for his song, “Forgive Please”. With guest features from Denzel Curry, IDK, Zillakami and Zombie Juice, this video is stacked with energetic MC’s trading equally electric verses. The new video keeps pace with the song’s high-energy production, and the exhilarating cadences of each rapper add varied effects of entertainment to their dense verses. Also notable, Power Pleasant’s newest comes off the heels of his last video for the song, “Pull Up”. We are already anxious for what else the Pro Era renaissance man has in store for us and who else he’ll be recruiting for the hitmaking process in the future. In the meantime, join us in watching the new video for “Please Forgive” at the link provided below and tell us who you think had the best verse in the comment section!

New World Order – [Flatbush Zombies]

Fitting that the Flatbush Zombies would return from their brief hiatus on Halloween to deliver an ominous new single titled, “New World Order.” This is the first release of music from the Brooklyn based trio since the release of their highly acclaimed album, Vacation In Hell. The announcement of the new song came yesterday, fulfilling their promise today with its release at noon. The song delivers in true Flatbush Zombie fashion, ghostly vocals from Zombie Juice, devilish rhymes from Meechy Darko and pristine production from Erick Arc Elliot. The trio evenly distributes each of their respected verses during the three-minute track. Production lead by a haunting set of keys that is reminiscent of the Halloween theme song sets the spooky stage for each of the members. Check out Flatbush Zombies’ new song, “New World Order” below and tell us what you think about the track in the comment section!

Pull Up (Beastcoast Remix) – [Powers Pleasant]

You may remember us covering the heat-seeking joint from Powers Pleasant in Pull Up back in May when the visual dropped with Joey Bada$$ and A$AP Ferg. It shouldn’t surprise anyone that the numbers on that track have climbed tremendously since then and today, the Pro Era rapper has rejoined Joey Bada$$ and some of the Beastcoast areas rap juggernauts for the remix including Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice & The Underachievers. Sticking to the self-produced beat from Pleasant, the likes of Meechy & Juice set the energy in the opening verses right away before both Issa and AK close out the final seconds with their always-impressive guest spots. Not only is this one of the hottest remixes I’ve heard in a minute, but this new version is also another example of the raw talent that lies within the Beastcoast that seems to attract more attention with each release. Having said that, be sure to let loose the Pull Up remix and after doing so, watch the visual with Joey & Ferg below as well!

LL Presents: The Cook Up Cam Q&A

I first met Cook Up Cam when he Dj’ed our Lyrical Lemonade Christmas Cypher, and I have been a fan of him ever since. He is one of the main up & coming DJ’s/producers in Illinois right now, so I had to have him included in our new edition of our Q&A segment. Learn a little bit about him below, then be sure to give him a follow here! (Photo credit •   EM: Before we get into the questions, give a brief introduction of yourself to our readers that may not be familiar with you. CC: Hey Elliot! My name is Cam. I go by the name CookUpCam that was given to me by my chef skills and talent at the Cooking Dance. Back in the day circa 2009 before Lil B was a huge cultural icon, I played his music, did the cooking dance and adopted the positive “based” lifestyle. I started making beats in middle school and grew into a producer in high school when I joined the group Chinza//Fly (producers of ASAP Ferg’s Work). When I hit college I left the group and started DJing and throwing art gallery parties and producing music for local rappers. I founded the ELVTD …