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Nothing To Me – [Quin NFN]

By Elliot Montanez // 11 Aug 2020

Austin, Texas native Quin NFN is one of the hardest new artists out, in my opinion, he is unbelievably talented + rhymes harder than damn near anybody that you can think of. Today, Quin NFN is back on our site with his brand new music video for “Nothing To Me”, which is already one of my favorite joints from him yet. Whenever Quin gets on top of a good beat, it’s game over, he can float over instrumental forever seemingly, at least that’s how this track felt. Once he started going, he didn’t let up for two and a half minutes straight, spitting nothing but HEAT and braggadocious bars that are simply easy to like. Watch this new visual below and if you like it, send the video to a friend! Produced by Cio Made The Track

Mmhmm – [DCG Bsavv] x [DCG Msavv] x [DCG Shun]

By Elliot Montanez // 11 Aug 2020

DCG Bsavv, DCG Msavv, and DCG Shun are without a doubt the hottest new rappers in Chicago, no doubt about it. They have been making waves lately, releasing straight up addicting music, and always compliment their songs with the most quality + entertaining visuals to match. While the guys were recently on a trip to Los Angeles, they managed to link up with notable names such as G Herbo, but they also were able to shoot this new music video for “Mmhmm” during that time span. The way that these three bounced off of each other on this track was refreshing, to say the least, they all complimented each other flawlessly + displayed what I would consider some friendly competition, pushing each other to go as hard as they could! This was an awesome release all around in my opinion, but see what you think by checking it out for yourself!

Premiere: Feel It – [YSB Tril]

By Jarred Howard // 11 Aug 2020

North Carolina’s YSB Tril returns to the Lyrical Lemonade pages with his action-packed video for “Feel It.” If you’ve ever been to Clayton, North Carolina you’d be amazed that there was a kid this talented hailing from a small town that pretty much doesn’t have anything. That’s the beauty of the internet and how technology has advanced and unearth artists’ careers from everywhere. Tril has already collected over 3 million streams independently so it would seem as if the Clayton emcee is poised for a breakthrough in 2020. The video for “Feel It” emulates a video game, and it really makes you feel like you’re in a movie such as Ready Player One or Gamer. The 19-year-old rapper gave some insight on the creative process behind this record and the visuals. “This one means a lot to me, there’s a lot of people who said I couldn’t do this whole music thing and thought I was stupid for even attempting it. This song is kind of my way proving them all wrong and lets me know if they didn’t show love in the beginning, I don’t need the love now. Shooting the video was crazy, definitely the longest it’s taken …

Booby Trap – [Danny Towers]

By Elliot Montanez // 11 Aug 2020

Florida rapper Danny Towers just dropped a music video for “Booby Trap” about twenty minutes ago, and it’s nothing that you want to miss out on. When Danny Towers released his 2019 project Tarantula, it was an instant standout + a memorable project from the year, and this song here was easily one of my favorite songs off of the tracklist. I have been wondering for a minute now if they would ever put out a music video for this track, so I was overjoyed this afternoon when I saw that they finally released this visual! This song is a hard-hitting banger that embodies the sound that Danny Towers has provided us up until this point, and it’s matched with a dark, clever and at times funny music video that’s filled with faces that you will likely recognize. The rest of 2020 is going to be a super interesting + important time for Danny, I see him taking that next big step forward in his career and hitting a level of stardom. Watch this brand new music video below and if you enjoy it then leave a comment underneath it!

Top Shotta Flow – [NLE Choppa]

By Danny Adams // 11 Aug 2020

If you’re at all familiar with us here at Lyrical Lemonade, it shouldn’t come as a shock whatsoever to find out that we’re big fans of NLE Choppa. His sound is dynamic, he’s abundantly talented, and his personality is larger than life, so it only makes sense that not only us, but tons of other fans have been bumping his music for quite some time now. He has been alluding to his debut album Top Shotta for over a year even though it wasn’t officially announced until somewhat recently. Choppa has been dropping off singles from the album for quite some time, and now that it has finally been released, I’ve been listening to it constantly and like it a little more with every additional run through. The number of times that the word Shotta is used on the album can get somewhat confusing at times, but one of my favorite songs that boast this word is called “Top Shotta Flow”. The instrumental is made up of somewhat mischievous synths that are quickly met by thunderous 808s and crispy percussion. While this is mainly an 808 driven beat it seems, NLE uses this to his advantage and utilizes some very …

Nascar Racer – [DC the Don]

By Danny Adams // 11 Aug 2020

Coming from the Midwest, I’m somewhat shocked that I’m not more familiar with Milwaukee artist DC the Don. Although he might reside out in Los Angeles now, he was born and raised in the Wisconsin city and I’m familiar with many artists coming from that region so considering I’m somewhat new to the world that DC created through music, I’ve got a lot of catching up to do. Luckily, just last week he dropped off his debut project with his new label Rostrum Records called Come as You Are, so I, along with the rest of his fans, have 14 brand-new tracks to sift through and enjoy. Along with the release of his album he wanted to keep the party going, so he decided to drop a music video for a single he released off of the project last month called “Nascar Racer”. Very ambient, epic synths blaze a trail for an extremely momentous offering that is quickly met by chattering hats and claps as well as booming drums that bring this track to new heights. At first, the beat sounds so powerful that there was a question in the back of my mind of if DC could possibly be …

What it Was – [Lil Gotit] ft. [Future]

By Danny Adams // 11 Aug 2020

Lil Keed just dropped Trapped on Cleveland 3 last week and it’s been buzzing ever since. Keed is one of my absolutely favorite Atlanta artists and has been for quite some time now, and it’s through him that I found out about his younger brother, Lil Gotit. The two artists have obviously similar sounds and styles considering they’re siblings and their mentors include legends like Young Thug and Future, but they do have somewhat distinct qualities within their individual offerings that do set them apart, undoubtedly. At the same time, I do love it when they decide to hop on songs together because the chemistry and the connection they have shows off a bond that only brothers can possess, and it’s clear every time they work together. Most recently, however, Gotit didn’t want to let his big brother have all the fun this week, so he decided to surprise fans with a brand-new visual for his Future-assisted track that came out in late June called “What It Was”. Back when this single first dropped, I covered the song itself so I won’t go too heavily into detail about that, but I couldn’t help but write about the video that now …

Water – [Sleepy Hallow] ft. [Sheff G]

By Danny Adams // 10 Aug 2020

Sleepy Hallow has been steadily making a case for himself over the past year or as about why he should be recognized as one of the next best artists coming out of New York. His voice is deep and smooth, his flows are constantly evolving, and he is able to provide this harmonious quality at times when needed while also coming off as destructive or intense during other songs. He also embraced the new form of Drill that has been emerging out of the city for a couple of years at this point, but instead of utilizing some of the hard-nosed speaker busting styles of production that some of the other NYC artists use, he opts for a completely toned-down and minimalistic style of this production which truly allows for his voice to shine through and not be overshadowed by any sort of unnecessary liveliness within the instrumental. Fresh off of the release of his latest project The Black House, he’s not finished with some of his previous mixtapes considering he decided to revisit a song with his friends a frequent collaborator Sheff G of off his June release called Sleepy Hallow Presents: Sleepy for President. This song starts with …

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