Racks On Me – [Hoodrich Pablo Juan]

Atlanta star Hoodrich Pablo Juan is back with an exciting new visual for his song, “Racks On Me.” The catchy bop is the first song on the tracklist for his recently released project titled BLO: The Movie. Founded by Gucci Mane, the young artist has proven his legitimacy to the world after putting out a stream of bangers throughout the last few years. “Racks On Me,” is an undeniable summer banger, and the music video shot and directed by Ndoh exemplifies that. Pablo Juan pulls out the vitals to making the music video exciting: twerking, jacuzzis, and flexing. In short, the rapper is definitely living his best life at the moment. Watch the visual directed by Ndoh here: Words by Barry R

Lowkey – [Steven Cannon]

Steven Cannon is a veteran here on our lemon filled pages, and this afternoon I am extremely honored to bring you the premiere of his brand new album titled “Lowkey”. Steven was teasing his massive fan base on social media the past week or so with this release, and after running through this ten track effort a couple of times I was stunned at the final product. I have always enjoyed Steven Cannon’s music since I first got put onto him by my LL homies a couple of years back, but I would be lying if I didn’t admit that this tape is by far my favorite material from him to date. Stream this brand new album via Spotify below and if you like what you hear be sure to share it with a friend or a loved one. Features from Lil Xan, Arin Ray and Hoodrich Pablo Juan

Millions – [Z Money] feat. [Gucci Mane] and [Hoodrich Pablo Juan]

Z Money links up with Hoodrich Pablo Juan and Gucci Mane to release his newest track, “Millions.” On Instagram this morning, Z Money announced the release of the new song and a happy born day nod to label-boss, Gucci Mane. The song is dripping with swag from the moment you press play. Z Money leads in the track with his soft-spoken voice whipping up an almost haunting set of bars that relish his luxurious lifestyle. Gucci Mane and Hoodrich Pablo Juan follow suit, each deliver their own money-laced verses furthering the song’s flex-happy theme. It would be an injustice to listen to this song any other way than loud. Make sure to follow each emcee on social media and spread the word about Z Money’s new record!

Fireworks – [Hoodrich Pablo Juan]

The Gucci Mane founded, 1017 Eskimo Records has nothing but heat on their hands. One of the label’s most explosive artist, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, released a new video for his song, “Fireworks” on New Years Eve that helped begin the new year with a bang. The song, needless to say, is a heavy-hitter filled with Pablo Juan and crew stunting their grind and warning those who dare get in the way of them winning. This is the latest single from Hoodrich Pablo Juan’s upcoming project, Dope Money Violence, rumored to drop sometime this month. Make sure to stay very vigilant because more heat from the 1017 emcee could be released at any moment. Check out Hoodrich Pablo Juan’s new single and video for “Fireworks” and make sure to leave us your thoughts on the explosive new video in the comment section below!


While Chicago has been known as a reputable city in hip-hop for numerous years now, this revered position has not arrived without the constant innovation and hard work of the artists that so faithfully represent the prowess of their home city. It is these artists that we have to credit for this respected reputation, and we here at Lyrical Lemonade try to honor this in every way possible by constantly bringing new Chicago acts into our headlines here on our website. That said, 2018 has been yet another fantastic year for Chicago music, so we went ahead and compiled a list of our “Top 50 Chicago Projects” of the year. This now marks the third year that we have been putting out this list, and we believe that it’s safe to say this year’s list might just be the most solid one from top to bottom that we’ve seen yet. Thank you to our terrific writing staff for all of the hard work they have put in this year, I will be linking their socials below so be sure to contact them about getting featured on the website in the future. Seamus Fay • Mike Del Ro • Sam Morrison • …

Testarossa – [A$AP Ant] ft. [Hoodrich Pablo Juan] [Offset]

Perfectly exemplified in his latest project, The Interlude, A$AP Ant is on a hot streak right now, setting his fan base on fire with a relentless supply of notable releases, both musically and visually, over the past few months. Today, he keeps the success coming with a star-studded new track, “Testarossa”. Joining forces with the all-star cast of Hoodrich Pablo Juan and Offset, this track hits the ground running from the very opening notes and stops for no one along the way. Ant proves to be in the deepest depths of his bag as he floats over the sparkling production courtesy of Murda Beatz and Cassius Jay, and in every aspect, “Testarossa” lives up to its luxurious title. This one is a heater so be sure to check it out at the link below!

My thoughts on Warhol’s “Chest Pains”

Chicago’s own has been a Lyrical Lemonade favorite for years dating back to when he was a teenager, and he has been teasing his massive fan base with his Chest Pains project for quite some time now, and I recently got the chance to sit down and listen to the currently unreleased tape and I thought I would share a few thoughts with our readers before the release of the tape tomorrow. It was a pretty lengthy listen coming jam packed with multiple tracks but one thing that I quickly noticed about this project is that Warhol got a lot more introspective compared to some of his past material, it’s clear that he has grown as an artist since his last full length. However don’t think that there isn’t a fair share of straight up bangers on this tape that Warhol fans have become accustom to, and there’s a handful of star studded features such as Rico Nasty, Uno The Activist, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Lil Duke, Drugrixh Peso and Lil Mosey! All in all I believe that when Warhol’s fans get ahold of this tape they are going to hear a refined version of their favorite artist, and what …

The Interlude – [A$AP Ant]

A$AP Ant is a remarkably consistent member of the A$AP Mob, and by always sticking to his guns and making the money-minded anthems that we know and love him for, the budding star never fails to turn some heads with his music. Today, Ant is back on our lemon-filled pages with a brand new, 17-song project entitled The Interlude. Luxurious and hypnotic in sound, this project certainly shows some growth in Ant’s sound. He determines his goals and shoots toward them with a clear mind and definite focus, offering up clever lyricism and an ample supply of his steal-the-room, charismatic personality. Also featuring appearances from LuLu P, Baby 9eno, Coldgame Slayter, Nbdys100, Soduh, Benji Blue, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Gabby, Dufflebag Boog, and MoneyMarr, this project is star-studded in every way, giving even more reason why you need to click play. The Interlude is a standout moment for A$AP Ant, so be sure to check out the DJ Nick-hosted album at the link provided below!

Drip God – [Sauce Walka]

Sauce Walka appeared on our pages last week with his last single “Voss” featuring XXX and today he is back with his brand new project titled “Drip God”. Sauce Walka has been one of my favorite upcoming artists for quite some time now, and he is showing no signs of slowing down with this brand new project as he blessed us with seventeen amazing records and an all around cohesive tape. The features on this one were clearly very selective and they helped make this already good tape even better, shout out to Bun B, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Chief Keef, Sancho Saucy for their stellar contributions. Do yourself a huge favor and press play on this new tape below & be sure to let me know what your favorite track on it is!

Flex Music 2 – [K$upreme]

Atlanta’s K$upreme returns with an impressive release, Flex Music 2. A staple in the SoundCloud rap scene for some time now, K$upreme continues to pursue a lasting legacy in the music industry. Riddled with fire, the tape includes notable features including longtime collaborator Lil Yachty, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Ski Mask The Slump God, Playboi Carti, Young Scooter, and Jim Jones.  The production is on point throughout the tape, boasting production from K$upreme himself, alongside an array of other great producers. Bump your way through the 17 track effort below: