Think You Right – [Whethan] ft. [ericdoa] & [Glaive]

Ever since I became fully engrossed in the world of hyperpop, I have yet to be let down by any of the artists classified in this very niche yet incredible subgenre. Not only are they proving exactly how innovative they can be behind a microphone, but the instrumentals are out of this world, and they never seem to stop releasing things, so there’s always a new jam to get in tune with which is a blessing without a doubt in my mind. If you’re even remotely similar with this genre, it doesn’t take someone like me to tell you that ericdoa and Glaive are two of the poster children for hyperpop, and they’re only going to continue to get better as they make their way throughout their careers and get older. Aside from them, Whethan is a producer who has been solidifying himself in the scene for quite some time, and he has been creating the foundation of so many different songs with some of the most inventive sounds in music, so he definitely can’t go unnoticed, either. Luckily, this trio decided to come together for an unbelievable new song called “Think You Right”, and the results are as amazing …

isolation – [Demxntia] ft. [ITSOKTOCRY]

Not too long ago, I was put onto Demxntia’s very versatile discography of music, and even though I still need to do more digging to familiarize myself with the rest of his music, let’s just say that I haven’t heard a miss yet, and that gets me excited for the future of his career. Beyond this, I’ve also come to learn in a short period of time that he’s an all-out workhorse, never taking a minute off but rather grinding day in and day out to deliver a plethora of songs that are all even more creative than the last, so there’s never any shortage of output from the Florida talent. Although he typically spends his time in the studio behind the production decks, he decided to show off some of his vocal skills in his latest song entitled “isolation”, which also features one of my personal favorite artists ITSOKTOCRY. In the beat, there are some toned-down guitar strums combined with some intriguing percussive elements and some booming drums, but when Demxntia comes in as soon as you press play, his vocals just resound in your head as you hear so much passion and emotion going into his delivery. While …

HUES.-[Unusual Demont]

Madison, Wisconsin native and LA based artist Unusual Demont returns to Lyrical Lemonade with his highly-anticipated HUES EP. The EP features his first and most iconic single “AMBER,” along with the other singles “PINE,” “PURPLE,” and “VANTA.” With an even eight songs total, truth be told there’s not a single mediocre track. Each song contains its own vivid ‘hue’ which provides a luminous listening experience. Sonically the vibes are plentiful, with a balanced variety of smooth and more dynamic tracks. Not to mention, it’s quite difficult to narrow down personal favorites, which tends to be the sign of a highly-accomplished and/or unblemished project. Demont unsurprisingly excels vocally; it’s the impeccable beat selection and original instrumentation that adds vibrancy to his sound along with the seamless transitions between each anthem. In the best way, there’s no clear standout since HUES. is unsparingly filled with quality from start to finish. However, “BLUSH” is unquestionably among Demont’s most proud creations since he also produced the song. Overall, HUES. is a fantastic offering filled with passion and creativity, and the EP itself is lustrous opener for Unusual Demont’s promising career. Have a listen below!

Guessing Games-[Dev Lemons]

What was the best song by an independent artists that dropped during the month of August? If you are someone who wants to know the answer to this question, then you are absolutely in the right place. Hands down, the song I was most impressed with out of all of the releases that hit our phones in August was an offering called, “Guessing Games”. This phenomenal track was given to us by an artist who goes by the name of Dev Lemons; If that doesn’t ring a bell, then buckle up because I am most definitely about to put you on to one of your new favorite up and comers. I’ve been a fan of Dev for some time now, but this song was the tipping point that turned me into a full fledged stan. The Pennsylvania native always grew up with an appreciation for music, but when I took the chance to ask her what makes her so good, she quickly explained to me over the phone that what we see right now is nothing but the result of a quarantine hobby. She said: “Before quarantine, I probably couldn’t even tell you the difference between a chord and a …

30 Freestyle – [1504 Mutebaby]

1504 MuteBaby has been quite consistent in terms of releasing music over the past year or so and the East Atlanta artist is certainly poised to climb his way to the top of his city’s musical ranks as the tides are certainly turning in the city and sooner or later this young generation of artists is poised to usher the city into this new decade following the one that Atlanta so thoroughly dominated. MuteBaby honestly has one of the most copied flows out of the young Atlanta artists and with songs like his new “30 Freestyle” he just released it is obvious that he is beginning to really find his sound and I am eager to hear him drop a full project as well as continue to work with the top producers in the city to make his songs hit even harder. 1504 MuteBaby is a name you have probably already heard if you’re tapped into the new Atlanta and is definitely a name to remember if you’re not hip just yet.

Bloomin Blck-[Neaux ID]

Dallas, Texas based artist Neaux ID makes his Lyrical Lemonade debut with his excellent new EP titled Bloomin Blck. With seven songs total, each track contains its own unique flare as Neaux showcases his undeniable rap prowess. With wavy, mellow production, sonically there’s an offering for just about everyone as a result of ID’s multi-syllabic flows. The song “BLVD Surfin” is a great example, since it contains addictive levels of bass but still maintains the project’s surrounding chill vibe. In a very broad sense, Neaux’s sound is if JID, Pink Siifu, and Isaiah Rashad were all merged into one super artist. His delivery more often than not is composed, but his lyrical ability successfully provides the proper amount of emphasis and aggression when needed. Conceptually and creatively Bloomin Blck gives off impressions of empowerment; each track is a stream of consciousness connected to the flower, aka the source of Neaux ID’s flourishing expressions. It’s always refreshing to hear a rap predominant project that’s more uplifting than disheartening, and Bloomin Blck is certainly the former. Start your day right by listening to the EP below!


Chicago’s own FRANK LEONE returns to Lyrical Lemonade with a fresh banger off the deluxe version of his debut DON’T LP. The song features LEONE’s slick rap flow over a jazzy, modern 808 beat. It’s one of those songs that’s uniquely suitable for both chilling and turning up, since the all-around vibes fit either occasion sonically. FRANK’s ability to comfortably slide over the instrumental is indicative of the artist’s understanding of his own sound and artist strengths, which he maximizes frequently to the fullest. With intent to release two more record’s next year, LEONE’s ending 2021 on a high note with plenty of momentum for a strong 2022. Peep the track below!

Bob and Weave – [BFB Da Packman] ft. [Zack Fox]

In the current day and age of Rap music, it can be hard to find artists who are bringing something new to the table rather than pretty much copy and pasting the style and individuality of other talents. That’s why, when listening to BFB Da Packman, you get a breath of fresh air because he’s unlike any other artist in the industry. Insert Zack Fox, a Twitter comedian-turned-rapper who has been turning heads left and right with his comedic outlook on music that is seriously as interesting as any other artist out there. Combine these two comedic yet immensely talented individuals on a song together, and the outcome is exactly as special as you would’ve expected. The result of this collaboration is “Bob and Weave” a highlight off of BFB’s debut album Fat N****s Need Love too that is full of clever one-liners, comedic bars, and outrageous lyrics that you need to hear for yourself to truly appreciate. Considering most fans have heard this record by now, I was pleasantly surprised to see this duo come together for a remarkable music video shot by none other than Sira Sounds, the man behind Kenny Beats’ incredibly YouTube series “The Cave”, and …

V12 – [Iann Dior] ft. [Lil Uzi Vert]

I remember just over a year ago when I first found out about Iann Dior, and I seriously couldn’t stop writing about him because not only was he releasing an insane amount of music, but it was all just so good. Since then, he has become a household name, going on world tours, releasing albums, and becoming one of the most prominent young stars in the industry. While I’m not surprised at this whatsoever, I feel like he is still just a stone’s throw away from being in the upper echelon of hip-hop performers along with the likes of Travis Scott, Young Thug, Tyler, and other names you could list off in an instant. Considering his stock price has risen to insane levels as of late, it was no surprise that he would be working with immensely talented and well-recognized artists, so when he dropped his song “V12” with Lil Uzi Vert, I couldn’t wait to find some time to tune in. Now that it’s here, the production from Internet Money hitmakers like Taz Taylor, Nick Mira, and Cxdy doesn’t come close to disappointing as we hear echoing guitar progressions, chattering percussion, bouncy xylophone hits, and succinct drums that come …

Right Track – [Syd] ft. [Smino]

With so much unbelievable music dropping this past weekend, it can be hard to keep track of what’s worth listening to and what can go by the wayside. Baby Keem’s album is what I have personally been bumping pretty much nonstop for the majority of the weekend since it dropped, and while I still can’t get enough of it, I couldn’t let certain songs go unnoticed because they deserve so much praise. One of these records is “Right Track” by Syd featuring Smino, and it’s a record you’re not going to want to forget about moving forward, and that’s a fact. I’ve been a huge fan of Syd’s ever since the Odd Future days, and after taking a different career path since these wild days about a decade ago, Syd is truly coming into her own, but you don’t need to hear that from me to get where I’m coming from. On this new record, the instrumental contains some fresh, retro-sounding instruments as well as some tempo-setting percussion and quick, succinct drums that create an unbelievable foundation for her to do her thing. As she begins to sing right off the bat, her words are spoken in a very calm …