No Sleep – [TNT Tez]

Birmingham, Alabama native TNT Tez decides to deliver a high energy off-the-dome freestyle with “NO SLEEP x Tour Freestyle.” Currently supporting his fellow Alamo label-mate, Comethazine on tour has prompted many sleepless nights for the young rapper claiming six straight days without sleep on the opening lines of the video. Catching his second wind, TNT goes for almost three minutes straight rapping on and off beat delivering witty and shock value filled punchlines. The new video comes off the heels of his last single, “Go In,” released only a few 12 days ago. Clearly the road isn’t slowing TNT Tez down but rather fueling his creativity to new heights with this freestyle. Tez says it himself, “I’m TNT, finna blow like a bomb.” Watch the video below and show some love to TNT Tez on Twitter and Instagram.

Bawskee 2 – [Comethazine]

Comethazine is one of the best young artists in the world without a doubt, so when I saw that he just released his brand new album I dropped everything I was doing and gave it my upmost attention. There is a total of ten records provided on this project and a great majority of these are bass knocking bangers that are so addicting you can’t listen just once, not to mention that Comethazine was flexing his underrated lyrical ability on each of these joints. This may be the first time you are hearing this album but I would guess that it will not be the last for you, I know it won’t be the last for us at LL. Stream this brand new album below and if you like it be sure to share this album with a friend.

DeMar DeRozan – [Comethazine]

Earlier this week, Alamo Records’ Comethazine released a new track by the name of “DeMar DeRozan” — and just like the NBA star it’s named after, it doesn’t miss. Over a roughly ninety-second runtime, the St. Louis artist kicks gritty, frenetic lines, over an urgent, menacing instrumental to set the tone, adding character to such an energetic single that demands it be spun back around, time and time again. As the first single from Bawskee 2, “DeMar DeRozan” foreshadows what’ll be on the next project, and, until more material appears off it, we’ll be blasting it at the link provided below.

Walk – [Comethazine]

In case you missed it over the weekend, a few days back we here at Lyrical Lemonade dropped the brand new visual for Comethazine’s hit track titled “Walk”! This new music video has accumulated a ton of views in a short amount of time and isn’t looking to slow down any time soon, and I believe the same can be said about Comethazine himself, this man has not missed yet! Do yourself a huge favor and press play on this new visual below, I am sure that you will not only like the song, but the hilarious idea based around it. Directed by Cole Bennett

Hero – [Comethazine]

Following last weeks visual for If I Got To, LL favorite Comethazine is back yet again with another video from the BAWSKEE tape for his track, Hero. Arguably one of the hardest slaps on the project, the new cut courtesy of Child sees Comethazine & friends causing havoc in the streets while riding skateboards and cruising in a vintage convertible. Twerking girls, angry drivers and even an unlucky cop who is tied up and used as an object to jump over while skating, these wild visuals are the perfect depiction of Comethazine and his fun, energetic & careless style of raps. Be sure to peep the Hero video immediately and after doing so, check out the Cole Bennett-directed visual from back in May for Bands here.  Via: WORLDSTARHIPHOP 

Watch Comethazine’s brand new interview with Lyrical Lemonade

Comethazine stopped by our Lyrical Lemonade office a few weeks back when he performed at our Juice Wrld show, so it was only right that we sat him down for a dope new interview! You will find Comethazine speaking about plenty of interesting subjects such as when he realized he was a rapper, the impact that XXXtentacion had, his relationship with the A$AP Mob, his upcoming music, his new sound, his upcoming collabs, his relationship with Smokepurpp, looking up to Eminem & 50 Cent, being from St. Louis, his role in skate rap, expecting to be on XXL next year, Demi Lovato, “Cop A Jag”, his live performance, soundcloud rap, having confidence in himself & so much more. Take a few minutes of your time to check out this brand new interview below!

Gun Fight – [Famous Dex]

Coming off a pair of features with the likes of Comethazine & Rocket Tha Goon, LL favorite Famous Dex is back in his own spotlight with the incredible new visual for Gun Fight. Courtesy of his go-to shooter known as Chief Will, the title gives away the majority of the cut as Dex can be seen bodying the unearthly production while playing with a few of his favorite toys. The Chicago natives last visual for Spalding that dropped in June was undoubtedly one of my favorite Dex videos in recent memory but after peeping this one a few times, it’s safe to say he has outdone himself once again. Make sure to kick-off your weekend with Famous Dex’ fresh song & visual for Gun Fight and let us know if you’re feeling the new heat in the comments below! Via: WORLDSTARHIPHOP 

BOY DON’T CAP! – [Comethazine] Ft. [Famous Dex]

Following his last Bhunna-produced releases in HERO & DEMI, Comethazine makes his way back today with who-else but Famous Dex for an ecstatic new collab titled BOY DON’T CAP!. Over the animated production, both artists took turns unleashing their catchy verses on taking your girl, pulling up with the heat and people ‘capping like hats’ which you may have seen was the main theme of the cover art. If you’re a regular over here, you’re very well aware of the sprouting talents of Comethazine and when he & his counterpart in Dex come through with a connection like this, there’s no better showcase of why they are both riding their respective waves right now. Be sure to tune-in for the latest heat from Comethazine titled BOY DON’T CAP! with Famous Dex and let us know if this track is making it’s way to your playlist.

Too Soon… – [Juice WRLD]

It’s been a grim past couple days for the hip-hop community, with the sudden killing of XXXTentacion being at the center of the conversation. There’s been no shortage of artists who have come forward to share their grievances surrounding X, including J Cole, Kanye, and Jaden Smith, among others. One of hip-hop’s most promising talents and no doubt one of our favorite artists Juice WRLD offered more than just his condolences: the young Chicago native has just released two new tracks that address the moment he’s experiencing in light of these events. Referencing the shooting of X as well as the loss of Lil Peep, Juice contemplates how it feels to see these young creators being taken so suddenly when he himself is in a similar position. “All legends fall in the making. … What’s the 27 club? We ain’t making it past 21,” he laments on “legends :(“. As he mourns and contemplates his purpose and role in all of this, Juice WRLD lets his emotions run with gut-wrenching clarity in a way that’s as personal as it is empathetic. Stream the two-track “Too Soon…” set below and come show love for Juice WRLD at his headlining show next Saturday …

Watch No Jumper’s ‘Exposed’ episode with Lil Mosey

No Jumper’s latest guest on their notorious ‘Exposed’ series was none other than the up-and-coming Seattle product Lil Mosey. Kicking things off with the state of the Seattle hip-hop scene (which according to Mosey is non-existent), Mosey spoke on his childhood & first time making music, who got him into rapping, his first hit Pull Up and who he is currently listening to amongst a barrage of other insightful questions throughout the 7-minute segment. From popping out with Smokepurpp to his recent tour alongside Smooky MarGielaa & Comethazine, the stock only continues to rise for Mosey and I have no doubt he’ll be making even bigger waves as the year rolls on. With that said, find out more about the 16-year-old below and let us know if you’re rocking with Lil Mosey in the comments! Via: No Jumper