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

Everyday – [$teven Cannon]

$teven Cannon is a regular on our platform and a few days back he unleashed an awesome new music video for his record called “Everyday”. $teven Cannon has the uncanny ability to whip up sonically pleasing melodies at what seems like the snap of a finger, and this new joint is certainly no different. He joined forces with music video director waterwippinevan who was the brilliant mind behind the camera for this one, and I believe I speak for a majority of his fans when I say that I hope to see these two work together more in the future. Check out this brand new visual below and if you like what you hear be sure to give $teven Cannon a follow on Twitter here. produced by dilip & dj yung vamp

Look @ This – [$teven Cannon]

$teven Cannon is certainly no stranger to our lemon filled pages, and today he is back with his brand new record titled “Look @ This”.  He jumped over some addictive production that was handled by ShoNuff, and together the two of them created arguably my favorite track from the Xanarchy affiliate so far in his young career. Steven picked the pocket of the beat perfectly and rode it out for damn near three minutes straight, leaving plenty of catchy bars along the way. Check out this brand new offering below and be sure to let me know what you think about it in the comments section!

Total Xanarchy – [Lil Xan]

Xanarchy season is officially in full-force. Last night, Lil Xan came through with his promise and unleashed his sparkling debut album Total Xanarchy after months & months of anticipation from his cult-like fan base. Sitting at an impressive 16 tracks, the full-length effort comes packed with a few of his major releases in Betrayed, Woke Up & Slingshot while also featuring colossal names like YG, 2 Chainz, Rae Sremmurd, Charli XCX, Rich The Kid, Yo Gotti Steven Cannon & Diplo who linked with Xan for Colorblind that you can also find on Diplo’s recent EP California. Setting aside his recent stir with select media outlets, the 21-year-old Redlands, California native has proved time-and-time again that he cannot be overlooked when it comes to his music; and the records show that his successes simply can’t be denied either. That being said, let loose Total Xanarchy at the link below and check out Lyrical Lemonade’s most recent interview with Lil Xan as well!

The Man – [Lil Xan] Ft. [Steven Cannon]

Lil Xan has a track-record of dropping off some of the most creative visuals in the game (go check out his latest Cole Bennett visual Wake Up) and today, he has shared a brand new cut for his track The Man featuring fellow Xanarchy member $teven Cannon. Setting the scene in what looks like a rehab center, the visual starts out with Xan explaining his trouble with addiction before it’s quickly turned-up to 10 with beautiful girls dancing on him while the other patients look-on. Then, shortly after Cannon fires-off his energetic verse, we’re given the last scene that see’s Shameless star-turned doctor Ethan Cutkowsky turning up with Xan in the final shots before he’s released back into the world with several screaming girls waiting for him. Does this have the potential to run up numbers like his video for Betrayed? I guess we’ll find out, but for the time being, let us know what you thought about Lil Xan’s video for The Man in the comments below!

I Got – [Sonny Digital] ft. [Lil Xan] [Steven Cannon]

Sonny Digital, Lil Xan, and Steven Cannon: three names who know how to craft absolute bangers and channel their bouts of relentless energy on demand. Joining these three unstoppable forces together, Sonny Digital’s latest banger, “I Got”, takes full advantage of these skills with trunk-rattling bass and eccentric synths to set the scene with an arrogant tone. Digital always seems to have his ear to the streets when it comes to finding the hottest new sounds to latch onto, and with his latest offering, he takes the carefree attitudes and utter confidence of Xan and Cannon and meshes them together in a way that harnesses the charisma and hurls it back at the listener with a hard-hitting touch. However, it should also be noted that the song was recorded a while ago which explains why the guest spot says “Lil Xan” rather “Diego”, also explaining the Xanax references in the lyrics. Either way, the performance from all three of these artists on this one come together to show us an absolute dream team exhibition, so be sure to give it a listen at the link below!

Watch Lil Xan’s interview on No Jumper

Lil Xan has been featured on No Jumper’s Exposed segment before, and tonight we got the final product of his full length interview. They talked about plenty of dope subjects including how Steven Cannon and Lil Xan met, why he stopped taking xans, how he met his managers, experiencing really bad anxiety, his relationship with his parents, calling the cops on himself, Lil Peep, Fredo & much more. Check out this brand new interview below!

Friends – [Polo Summers] ft. [Gio Dee] & [Steven Cannon]

For those paying attention to Boston’s budding music scene right now, Polo Summers and Gio Dee are two artists that simply cannot be ignored. Their numerous collaborations and seamless chemistry have proven time and time again to yield potential hits, and today, following this very pattern, the two are here on our pages with a new single titled “Friends” alongside Xanarchy’s own, Steven Cannon. Produced by DGDidIt, this track looks to an atmospheric sound and booming 808s to set the stage for each artist to detail their attachments to Ben Franklin. Summers, Dee, and Cannon are all on a hunt for the money, and within ambitious lyricism, fans get to learn about their tunnel-visioned minds toward success. “Friends” holds quite a bit of potential to help put Polo Summers on the map, so be sure not to sleep – between his versatile talents and infectious sound, he may just be the next name you hear out of Boston. Listen to the new track below.

LL Presents: The Danny Wolf Q&A

Danny Wolf is without a doubt one of the hottest young producers coming up right now. At only 21 years old he has produced some of the rap games biggest tracks in the past few years. With credits like ILOVEMAKONNEN, Ugly God, Migos, Lil Yachty, A$AP Ferg, and many many others it’s clear that Danny Wolf has been killing it. We we’re lucky enough to chop it up with the Hoodrich producer and ask him a few questions. Check out our Danny Wolf Q&A below!   JM: Before diving into questions tell our readers who you are. DW: I’m Danny Wolf, and I’m from Mexico City. I don’t know man, I just like to make the slaps! I like to get fucked up and make fye classics. – JM: When did you first start producing? DW: Shittt, honestly I was just messing around at first sophomore year (I’m class of 2014) and took it serious junior year. I’m 21 now so I don’t know, a good while. – JM: Who inspired you to start making music? DW: Honestly hella people, but mainly Waka Flocka. I like how lit his shit was and I wanted to make that same type of energy. – …