SONGS

Premiere: heaven come – [GOLDN]

By Sam Morrison // 19 Jul 2019

A couple of weeks ago, the rising artist GOLDN was featured on a track entitled “Someone”. Ever since hearing his stellar inclusion on the Space Primates hit, I was itching for some more of his solo stuff. This morning I woke up to the surprise of a brand new song by him entitled “heaven come”. If you’re familiar with GOLDN, you’ll know that the singer/songwriter has a distinct style that is so refreshing to hear. In his latest offering, he clearly shows why each release continues to get better and why you should choose to keep listening every time. The simplistically eloquent melody will be stuck in your head for a long time. From the production, to the vocals, all the way down to the artwork…this is a track that you really won’t want to miss. GOLDN never misses a beat, which is why he’s a regular on our pages here at Lyrical Lemonade. I could continue to go on and on but you’ll just have to listen for yourself and be the judge! “heaven come” is available on all streaming platforms! I’ve attached the Spotify link down below, so give it a listen and let us know what you …

Days – [AQVOL]

By Seamus Fay // 18 Jul 2019

Nostalgia is a funny thing. There’s the nostalgia that reminds us of the brighter moments of life, and there’s the nostalgia that reminds us of the darker moments of life. Regardless of which is felt, however, the one constant is that no matter how hard we try, how much money we have, or how successful we become, we can’t go back. Nostalgia is based on memory, and that’s all our past becomes, to a certain extent: a collection or memories, often times when things were much simpler. Today, channeling this very feeling is an artist by the name of AQVOL with the new visuals for the song “Days.” Focused around the constant hunt for money that we all experience, “Days” is partially an expression of AQVOL’s yearning for wealth and partially a memory of the times when things like wealth didn’t matter quite yet. Meanwhile, in the visuals, a gathering of childhood clips plays, reminding listeners and viewers of when they, too, lived a much simpler life. With this, “Days” hits on a nostalgic note, but also reaches a current-day problem that I’m sure we can all resonate with to some extent. Catchy as can be in a lyrical sense and …

Over Again – [Goldwash] [Baird]

By Seamus Fay // 18 Jul 2019

In the digital age, when anyone can throw together a song with the simple use of a computer, instrumentation has become somewhat of a lost art. As such, however, whenever I do hear strong instrumental use, I find myself not just intrigued, but refreshed in an odd sort of way. There exists a wonderful energy and liveliness in instruments, just as we can see in Goldwash’s unbelievable new single, “Over Again.” Created in collaboration with his brother, Baird, whom we’ve actually covered on Lyrical Lemonade several times before, this song acts as the third single from Goldwash’s forthcoming debut album, Flat Earth Surf Club. Being that this is a single, and therefore one of listeners’ first impressions of the new music, it truly feels as though Goldwash put his most thoughtful foot forward. Capturing the confusion, fervent emotion, and weathered hope that occurs at the end of a relationship, “Over Again” brings a sensitive sense of perspective to the spotlight in the most artful, beautiful manner possible. With this, when paired with live drums and saxophones, it becomes clear how Goldwash was able to so accurately capture such a specific moment of life. “Over Again” paints a picture in the listener’s head, and …

Couldn’t Tell – [Emmitt James]

By Seamus Fay // 18 Jul 2019

Put simply, considering the fact that any and everyone can record and release music in the age of the internet, it only follows that somewhere along the way, music will also become more saturated than ever before. However, with volume arrives a level of unoriginality, which inversely leads to a greater opportunity for those that don’t follow trends to stick out from the bulk of the pack. Here today with a unique, refreshing new offering of his own is an artist named Emmitt James with the brand new single, “Couldn’t Tell.” Acting as the single ahead of his forthcoming project, AVERY, the latest from James gifts fans with an eccentric, outstanding take on the format of a classic love song. Rather than circling around a specific feeling of affection for another person in a traditional manner, James decides to use a step-by-step storytelling approach. As a result, especially when paired with such simplistic and infectious production, it becomes a no-brainer to throw “Couldn’t Tell” and its easily-lovable character on repeat. Truth be told, all Emmitt James did was be himself and think a little outside the box, but with “Couldn’t Tell” as the final product, it’s clear how effective this method truly …

i’ll die anyway. – [girl in red]

By Seamus Fay // 18 Jul 2019

Listening to music with a loss of hope is, in some ways, oddly comforting. It’s not about the loss of hope itself — rather, it’s about accepting the inevitable, to an extent, and coming to terms with the fact that at the end of the day, there’s not much we can do besides try our best. Today, speaking to this point is one of my current favorite artists, girl in red, with an unbelievable new single entitled “i’ll die anyway.” Backed by a raw acoustic instrumental, this single establishes itself far away from the polished, picture-perfect stylings of a lot of music we hear today. In doing so, girl in red is able to bring forth a notably human approach, as she embraces her imperfections and current state of emotional turbulence with open, unapologetic arms. Needless to say, both sonically and lyrically, “i’ll die anyway” is as honest as it gets, and from a listener’s point of view, it becomes quite easy to love such a genuine songwriter and character. That said, if you’re not already hip to the supremely-talented girl in red, I highly recommend checking out the new song below. All without losing sight of who she is, girl …

Vision – [$not] x [Lil Tracy]

By Elliot Montanez // 18 Jul 2019

Both $not and Lil Tracy have been featured on our website a number of times in the past, and today these two rockstars are back with the release of their brand new record titled “Vision”. The way that these two meshed together on this track was so pleasing to me, $not approached the beat with a naturally deeper voice and Lil Tracy’s is higher pitched than most, and the way they bounced of this menacing production was fantastic to say the least. The producer Marvy Ayy was the great mind who created this beat, and I have seen his named credited for at least a dozen beats I have loved, I suggest that you do your homework on him because he sets people up to win. Anyways, listen to this brand new tune via Soundcloud below.

BB On Me – [Noir Brent] x [Menoh]

By Elliot Montanez // 18 Jul 2019

Noir Brent aka BrentRambo is one of the leaders in Chicago’s music community, and so is the multi-talented Menoh, so when they linked up for a brand new joint titled “BB On Me” I was eager to hear what they put together. Brent is not only one of the best rising emcees in Chicago, but he is without a doubt one of the best producers the city has to offer and so is Menoh, so the thought of what these two goats could piece together had me super interested. Safe to say they did not leave me disappointed in the slightest bit, once I heard the upbeat & funky production I was on the edge of my seat, and Brent complimented the instrumental with a great hook and even better verses, making for a solid release. Check out this awesome new collaboration track below and if you enjoy what you hear then don’t forget to drop a comment under the song!

Going Off – [Lil Skies]

By Elliot Montanez // 18 Jul 2019

It’s no secret that Lil Skies is a favorite of ours here at Lyrical Lemonade, so I was happy to see he released a new record (and video) earlier today titled “Going Off”. I don’t think that Lil Skies could have picked a more appropriate title of this track, because he was simply going off for the entire duration of this one, rhyming about how he got to this point in his life and some of the adversity he has had to overcome on the way. He even paid homage to one of his influences Lil Wayne toward the middle of this song, leaving a ton of punchline bars & gems that will take you at least a few listens through to catch for some of the, so don’t waste anymore time press play below! Video directed by Louie Knows

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