Close Up – [Blueface] x [Jeremih]

Summer might be over, but Blueface and Jeremih are seemingly trying their best to keep the season alive with their latest song “Close Up”. Jeremih was recruited to sing both the hook and a verse, so he decided to do what he does best with his unbelievable voice and turn this track into a hit, which is something Blueface has been consistently doing as well. I’m not going to lie, this was an unexpected sound for me. It has an almost island-like vibe, something you’d want to play while hanging out at the beach or at the pool. I had no idea what to expect going into my first listen considering Blueface is known mostly for his uncharacteristically unique interpretation of West Coast hip hop while Jeremih has been known to surprise me on occasion with the different genres he has dabbled in. I anticipated Jeremih to adapt to Blueface’s style, but the end result ended up being quite the opposite, and I’m not mad at it. It’s refreshing to see Blueface take a risk and make a song like this, and I really hope to see him experiment more in the future as well. “Close Up” is a straight-up …

Watch Blueface’s brand new interview with The Breakfast Club

Blueface has grown into one of the biggest new artists in the world over the past year or so, he always has very entertaining interviews  so when I saw he stopped by The Breakfast Club I was eager to watch it! Angela, Envy and Charlamagne asked Blueface about plenty of things such as how his life has changed in the last year, claiming he’s the best lyricist, his girlfriends, the XXL Cover, the last time he had a Breakfast Club interview, his competition, his situation with his family, his manager Wack answers some questions, his legal issues, his new EP out August 9th and more. Take a few minutes out of your day to watch this brand new interview!

Watch Stro The MC’s brand new interview with Sway In The Morning

Stro The MC is someone who I first got familiar with a few years back when he did a collab record with Chicago natives Logan and Femdot called “3 Man Weave”, and I have been following his career since that point, so I was very happy to see that he stopped by Sway In The Morning for a great new conversion. You will find Sway, Heather B and Tracy G asking him about plenty of things such as his acting career, how he carries himself, his latest project “Last Friday”, growing up in Brooklyn, growing up in the same neighborhood as Bobby Shurmda, hip-hop shaping his life, being inspired by Ice Cube, Grade A Tribe, Oakland, the XXL Freshmen, remixing a Blueface record, getting his own place, building his brand, how it feels to be on multiple Netflix shows, his future releases and more! Check out this awesome new interview below.

Bussdown – [Blueface] Ft. [Offset]

California rap sensation Blueface and Lyrical Lemonade’s own Cole Bennett have built themselves quite the catalog together so far, haven’t they? These two have blessed millions of fans with fantastic music videos for “Bleed It”, two of the remixes to “Thotiana”, a couple great feature tracks and now the super duo are back with a brand new visual for “Bussdown” featuring Offset! Cole and Blueface have always brought a certain level of comedic acting to their visuals, and this one finds Blueface getting a job promotion from a janitor to a bus driver in the beginning skit, a funny twist that ties into the title & the rest of the tremendous video. I was excited to see what Blueface and Offset would sound like when diving into this one, but they really complimented each other perfectly, hopefully we get to see these two work together again in the near future. Take a few minutes out of your day to watch this brand new music video, and don’t forget to subscribe to Lyrical’s Youtube channel if you haven’t already!

Shotta Flow Remix – [NLE Choppa] x [Blueface]

NLE Choppa is an artist out of Tennessee that we here at Lyrical Lemonade have had a close eye on for the last year or so, and just minutes ago we released his brand new music video for “Shotta Flow Remix” featuring fellow LL favorite Blueface! Obviously the original of this record has been doing some unreal numbers since NLE Choppa released it, racking up tens upon tens of MILLIONS of streams, and the only thing that could make the track better was a sensational verse from the face of the west coast. Oh yeah, AND a brand new music video from the GOAT of video directors, Lyrical Lemonade’s own Cole Bennett! It’s only a matter of time before this video itself has millions & millions of views, so be the first of your friends to check it out, smash the play button below!

Stop Cappin – [Blueface]

Yesterday California’s own Blueface released a hot new visual for “Stop Cappin”, and it has already surpassed two million views in just twenty fours hours! Blueface has done an extremely good job at showing his all around bright & funny personality in his videos, and yet again he gave us a brilliant skit to start this video that makes fun of his naysayers, followed by easily one of his best videos to date. One of the best things about this song is the way Blueface laced it with witty & well put together bars, but we should all expect that from him by now, he’s put together a more than impressive catalog within the past year. Check out this brand new music video below and if you like what you see you might as well stop by the Lyrical Lemonade Summer Smash and catch his set, buy tickets here.

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Watch Blueface’s new interview with Angie Martinez

Blueface is without a doubt one of the biggest artists in the world right now and Angie Martinez is one of the best interviewers out, so it’s only right that they recently chopped it up for a dope new interview. You can find the two of them speaking about everything such as spending time in New York but living in California, playing quarterback in high school, spending two months in college, how he first started recording music, how much he enjoys performing, his starting five lineup, who he thinks did the best remix to “Thotiana”, where he sees himself in five years, artist reaching out to him for features, working with Drake, his current tour, being a romantic guy and more. Peep this amazing new interview below!

Watch Birdman’s brand new interview on Drink Champs

Birdman is one of the most legendary figures in the music industry as well as one of the most forward thinking businessman, and he recently sat down with one of the best interview platforms the Drink Champs for a dope new interview. You will find N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN asking him about plenty of subjects such as negotiating with labels early on in his career, the importance of maintaining independence, developing talent, Cash Money, the massive success that Blueface has had, The Game, memories from the early tours, being rich as a teenager, meeting Young Thug when he was 19 and recognizing his stardom, Drake and Nicki Minaj, Young Money, selling over a billion records, streaming being the best thing to ever happen to the game, his classic Breakfast Club interview, his relationship with Lil Wayne, his face tattoos, other crews he respects, Big Tymers and so much more. Check out this amazing new conversation below.

Something To Say – [Young Jasper]

Young Jasper’s work ethic seems to know no bounds, and you wouldn’t need to look any further than the Chicago rapper’s latest EP to know that. With an already busy 2019 behind him (including opening for our Blueface show back in January), Jasper lets us know of his next moves on ‘Something To Say’. The 4-track project makes a solid argument for why Young Jasper is next up and an artist you won’t want to ignore right now as he continues to refine his style. On ‘Something To Say’, he cooks up some of his lyrically strongest work to date. He alerts a listener to his knack for rapid flows on the opening track “Problems”. From the jump, Jasper comes off as laser-focused on his craft and he highlights his own hustle in his lyrics. His delivery makes it tough to doubt him too, as he comes off as rightfully confident in his own abilities. Adding extra punch to Jasper’s bravado are some carefully selected beats from producers Yung Germ, J.U., and Ignite. Together, they supply Jasper with the appropriate 808 arsenal to back his boisterous tone. This fine-tuned balance of lyrical concentration over beats that still knock comes through …