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Nobody-[Peter Fenn]

Peter Fenn is an artist who Lyrical Lemonade fans are very familiar with. The well-known producer has been making a name for himself in various areas of music creation. For up and coming and well established artists alike, Peter Fenn is the guy you go to if you want your music to pop off.  As much as he’s been helping others though, Peter is just as good as a solo artist, which is the sole reason why he’s making it onto our pages today. The hitmaker just dropped a brand new track called “Nobody” and it’s definitely worth your ear. The guitar driven track creates an amazing vibe that is truly spectacular. After jamming to this one for a couple of hours straight, I’m leaning towards to saying that this might be one of Peter’s best songs to date. I was able to grab a quote from Peter and he explained that:  “Nobody is about that feeling you find someone that you can see a future with, but you still have some hesitation about even being in a relationship. As I was making this song and it started to progress, i started to realize it was super personal and I …

Premiere: You And Me Now-[Devault]&[Manila Killa]feat.[Griff Clawson]

If you’re looking for an electrifying song to kick start your weekend then I’ve most definitely got the perfect one for you. Devault and Manila Killa are two very respected names in the industry and it’s always a treat when you get two legends to team up on a track. Today, that happened as these two artists dropped a brand new offering together called “You And Me Now”. The electronic fueled ballad has all of the right energy to make you feel every feeling known to man. From the production standpoint, you know exactly what you’re getting when these two get into a room together. It’s unbelievable what they were able to create sonically. The 4 minute and 26 second song will put you in a trance as the angelic ambience takes over all throughout it. What’s even cooler about this song is that Griff Clawson made a well deserved appearance. If you haven’t heard of Griff Clawson before, then let this article serve as a blessing. The moment you hear Griff’s vocals, you’ll understand why it was so important for him to be integrated into this one. I love everything about this song. Every element is elite and there’s …

Satellites – [Daniel Novello] ft. [Fontana*]

Daniel Novello, the person, and Daniel Novello, the artist, have never seemed to be different people. Personal describes the kind of honesty that the Atlanta native employs into his songwriting, and impassioned is perhaps the best way to describe his deliveries. With each new release, Novello puts every ounce of heart into his art, the yield of which has most recently arrived in the form of his Wilshire Trails EP – an ode to a Georgia staple, right near Novello’s home base. Today, expanding on the strong new EP, we’re here to shed a light on Novello’s music video for “Satellites” featuring Fontana*, which follows in a strong line of visuals for the ATL artist but emerges as my personal favorite to date. Employing the homely look and feel of a grainy 90s film, “Satellites” takes the storytelling nature of the song and merges it with sometimes humorous imagery, blending animation and cinematic camera work to tell its story. From a reappearing horse-headed figure to the Stepbrothers-eque on-camera duo of Novello and Fontana, it’s a hilarious music video that comes across as uniquely compelling without losing sight of the message that the music portrays – an important distinction, and one …

Pickpocket – [Vanillaroma]

Music is an individualistic craft. More often than not, those who march solely to the beat of their own drum are more likely to pop than those who follow someone else’s, and so, individuality usually wins – the unique usually win. Here to exemplify such is a thrilling band by the name of Vanillaroma and their brand new music video for “Pickpocket.” Introduced with a strong cosign by way of the Brockhampton YouTube channel, the music video for “Pickpocket” is simply titled “This is Vanillaroma” – a nod to the idea that “Pickpocket” captures the energy of the group, and a thesis statement of sorts for the release as a whole. Just under 4 minutes in length, the song and its visual accompaniment capture a weird, wonderful, and raw sense of energy that looks and feels unique to Vanillaroma. Set in the comfort of their own home and complemented with effortless individualistic flair, it’s a straight-from-the-heart offering that refuses to be anything but itself, and as a result, creates an image of the song and group that you can’t help but love. As they say, “take the stairs and you’ll live forever.” Vanillaroma might be reaching new fans thanks to a …

A Conversation with Giveon: Success of His Debut EP ‘Take Time’, Early Begininngs, “Chicago Freestyle” and More

“It’s crazy because about fifteen months ago, I was a server at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. To come from that, to where I am now was just amazing to see. -Giveon The journey to becoming a musician can be something that can be very difficult to venture. There are many aspects to consider when you start with that initial thought or dream. What will your sound be? Who are you inspired by? What do you hope to leave the fans with? These questions and many more are some of the things that come to the minds of artists all around the world who may be sitting in their car on their lunch break-trying to find a way out of their hard times. One of the most important questions of all, is how will I be differentiated from my peers? Giveon, the rising star out of Long Beach, California has asked himself each and every one of these questions and then some. What we are witnessing right before our eyes, is the blossoming if the next music sensation that will begin to take over the industry, one harmony at a time.  Giveon’s initial burst into the musical realm came from a …

iamlegend – [Flatbush Zombies]

I remember when I was put onto the Flatbush Zombies back in high school, I immediately became obsessed. Although I didn’t necessarily connect with all of their wild drug references or anything on that end of the spectrum, I was drawn into their gritty personas and descriptive personalities. Meechie Darko’s raspy, deep, and individualistic voice along with his ability to rap at different tempos and timestamps was always intriguing. Erick the Architect’s mixture of masterful bars and even more impressive production skills impressed me time and time again. Finally, Zombie Juice’s higher, more melodic voice was typically a nice opposing sound that evened the playing field, but he also had an aggressiveness while remaining playful, consistently drawing me in wanting more. I have to be honest, I lost touch with the group a bit in the last couple of years, but when I was scrolling through Twitter and noticed that they’re back with a new song, music video, and have a project entitled Now, more Than Ever on the way, so I was sucked right back into the wormhole that once consumed me years ago. This new single is called “Iamlegend” and it’s as eye-opening, dark, and hostile as ever …

YND – [KEY!]

For quite some time I’ve been a massive fan of KEY! He’s obviously an underground legend, but I feel like some people forget just how deep his roots run considering he’s been an integral part of the Atlanta Hip-Hop scene for quite some time at this point. He’s the voice behind Kenny Beats’ “Woah, Jenny” ad-lib, and that’s obviously not the most impressive thing he’s done in the slightest. His next album I Love You, Say it Back is set to release next week on June 4th and I legitimately couldn’t be more excited. I’ve covered a few of his other singles off the project and they’ve gotten me so eager to hear what else he has in store for us that this week is going to feel like an eternity. “Sugar & Rice” specifically has graced my speakers at least three to five times per day since it released just because it’s such a feel-good, bubbly anthem. After letting his previous singles breathe for about a month or so, thankfully he’s back in full album promotion mode with another single entitled “YND”. Rotating, affectionate synths mixed with what sounds like some organ keys create the framework for the production …

Stalemate – [Bonbon Anglais]

Bonbon Anglais was one of my favorite new discoveries of last year. However, with an elusive, reserved mystique, and a sporadic release schedule, I still don’t know much about him. I do know that, with each release, he brings something different to the table that makes me an even bigger fan and his latest “Stalemate” is no exception. An ode to unrequited love, “Stalemate” takes on a more ballad-esque feel than his previous releases. Though the pace may be different– with the slower, swirling beat allowing Anlgais to showcase his dynamic vocal range a little more–Anglais’ approach is the same. No matter what the atmosphere of the song, Anglais has so much emotion in his voice which really lets you connect with him. Showing more of himself in this release, “Stalemate” is another win for a supreme talent destined for big things.

Both of Us – [Vwillz]

“BOTH OF US have never been here before. As this continues to grow, I hope you never LEAVE ME- as it’s my job to ensure I LOVE YOU BETTER, and continue to grow our relationship along side my career.” -Vwillz Rising star out of Colorado Vwillz has been an artist that I have had my eyes on for a little while now. Coming off of the release of his hit song “Emo Rhapsody”, he has easily become one of the up and coming artists that has made it on my radar, and will remain there for a pretty long time if he keeps this momentum up. The ability to follow up your hit song with even more great music is something that is vital when it comes to trying to become a mainstay within the music industry. A few days ago, Vwillz finally released a follow up EP titled Both of Us. Remaining true to his craft, the EP continues that same sentiment that his single “Emo Rhapsody” yields, of spilling an ocean of emotions into the music, building upon his creativity and fluidity, and being as honest as can be. While his single may be performing fairly well on Youtube, …

Cold Water – [Medhane]

Medhane is an emcee out of Brooklyn who I have covered once or twice before on our platform, and today he is back with his brand new project titled “Cold Water”. Medhane released on tape on Soundcloud as a track that just runs straight through the thirty-five-minute duration, which is kind of dope to me because it seemed more like one long song or story as opposed to a bunch of different songs complied together for a project, a large part of that feeling though has to be credited to the super-smooth transitions in between the songs. I just finished my first run through this tape and I loved it, I am about to run it back right now, so hopefully, you feel the same way that I do. Along with the release of this one, Medhane added few words saying: “thank you to everybody who played a part in this project. thank you to everyone who pulled up to the crib, everyone who is patient with me, everyone who has taught me a lesson in life. thank you 2 keiyaA, Navy Blue, Maxo, and Jadasea . im 4eva grateful for yal contribution, words travel like emotions and are more powerful than …