Hopeless – [Cst Dizzy] ft. [Cst Truey]

On the low, Milwaukee has been producing some real dope artists. I recently discovered Cst Dizzy via SideStream and I have been listening to him ever since. Cst Dizzy’s recent release, “Hopeless,” is an emotional, smooth, and melodic trap banger coming off of his project titled DIZZYGOHARD. The Milwaukee emcee puts his versatility on full display throughout this track, crooning his way through an atmospheric and lush instrumental with a-1 melodies and effortless flows. Uplifting, introspective, and motivational, Dizzy’s vocal delivery is comparable to artists such as YNW Melly, Young Thug, and other melodic rappers running the game. Assisted by a feature verse from Dizzy’s crewmate Cst Truey, “Hopeless” serves as an authentic taste of Milwaukee’s streets. Despite the song’s title, Dizzy remains hopeful in his lyrics, promising his listeners that he will remain focused until he makes it out of the hood. We’re rooting for you Dizzy. Listen to “Hopeless” here: Words by Barry R

Misunderstood – [Yung Bans]

The journey that Atlanta native Yung Bans has traveled over the past few years to get to this point is unlike anyone else, he has overcame advertises that are unimaginable, and although I won’t go in-depth about those any true Yung Bans fan knows he has came a long way to this release of his brand new debut album titled “MISUNDERSTOOD”. This project is a total of nineteen tracks in length and it contains some of the best material Yung Bans has released to date hands down, that’s what I was expecting though, this was a long time coming and I knew that Bans would have some serious heat tucked away for this special moment. Although Yung Bans was clearly the shining factor on this project, there are multiple star studded features from the likes of XXXTentacion, 03 Greedo, Young Thug, Gunna, YNW Melly, Lil Tjay, Slim Santana, Future, NAV and last but not least, Lil Durk! I enjoyed each and every single one of these records provided, but a couple of my favorites include the infectious track “I Don’t Even Crip” as well as HOT record “Ready Set Go”. Stream this brand new album via Spotify below and if you like …

Hot Sauce – [YNW BSlime]

Scrolling through my SoundCloud feed this morning, I stumbled upon a young artist by the name of YNW BSlime and his new single, “Hot Sauce.” Taken back by the song’s soaring deliveries and melodic vocal runs, I immediately began to ponder why the budding talent had the infamous “YNW” tag in front of his name, but upon doing some research, I soon realized that the BSlime is none other than YNW Melly’s little brother. Needless to say, musical talent clearly runs in the family, as BSlime’s comfortability and charismatic presence on the mic spans far beyond his young age. On “Hot Sauce,” he exudes braggadocio with ease, and even more impressive, his ability to balance the pitch and tone of his deliveries to match the production is something that I’d expect from an artist of far greater experience. With that said, in just about every facet imaginable, BSlime is a character and an artist who refuses to be defined by his young age, but rather, by his broad palette of talents. “Hot Sauce” is sure to attest, so give the new single a listen below and be on the lookout for more from one of rap’s youngest and most impressive …

What Imma Do – [Bernard Jabs] ft. [YNW Melly]

Throughout the opening months of the year, Bernard Jabs struck quickly and with great force, releasing several singles, appearing on Def Jam’s Undisputed collaborative album, and even blessing fans with his debut EP, Coldhearted. Now, a few months removed from these feats, Jabs’ streaming numbers remain high and his fanbase loyal as ever, leading us to yet another turning point in the career of such an exciting budding talent. With this, we introduce Jabs’ latest effort — a new single entitled “What Imma Do” alongside YNW Melly. The feature from Melly, of course, is a huge look for Jabs, but I also think it brings into the spotlight a conversation about collaborative efforts, specifically when it comes to viral artists and major labels. All too often, we see an artist blow up out of nowhere, only to drop a song with a massive artist just a few weeks later while trying to capitalize on their newfound attention — and sure, I see the value and purpose in this. However, with these collaborations, it becomes more about the name of the star on the song rather than the art of the song, itself. “What Imma Do” — as I can proudly say — …

Watch YNW Melly’s brand new interview with Real 92.3 LA

YNW Melly hasn’t done too many in-depth interviews to date, but thanks to the good people over at Real 92.3 LA we just got a brand new interview with him! You will find Bootleg Kev & DJ HED asking Melly about plenty of topics such as working with Kanye West, how he got probation, having ADHD & taking adderall as a child, the Florida rap scene, where he grew up, his friends in the rap community and so much more. Check out this awesome new conversation below!

Thotiana Remix – [Blueface]

I don’t believe that any artist has had a bigger year than California native Blueface, who is making his way back on Lyrical Lemonade today with his brand new music video for the remix to “Thotiana” featuring YG! Blueface connected yet again with Lyrical Lemonade’s own Cole Bennett to direct this visual and they truly went above & beyond, as they created yet another classic music video for the fans to enjoy. Watch this brand new music video below and if you are in Chicago come see Blueface live in concert tomorrow by buying a ticket here!

Mixed Personalities – [YNW Melly]

Florida superstar YNW Melly teased at a collaboration track with the Chicago legend Kanye West about a month ago on social media, and tonight he just blessed his rapidly growing fan base with a brand new music video for the record titled “Mixed Personalities”! YNW Melly and Kanye connected with Lyrical Lemonade’s own Cole Bennett to direct this music video, and with that cast of stars all working on one idea together you know that the final product had to be flawless. This music video will be in the conversation for video of the year when 2019 is said and done, I know that’s an extremely bold statement but I don’t think that is an exaggeration in the least bit. Watch this brand new visual below and if you enjoy it be sure to share it with a friend! Prod. C-Clip Beatz

TICKETS: Blueface + More

January 26th 2019 in Chicago Lyrical Lemonade Presents: Blueface With YNW Melly, Yung Bans, Warhol.SS, & Young Jasper TICKETS HERE! —

Slang That Iron – [YNW Melly]

YNW Melly has burst onto the underground scene recently with a burgeoning excitement around his name, and today, he proves the talent behind the hype with an incredible new offering entitled “Slang That Iron”. Hailing from Florida, this young talent has arrived amidst a hotbed of talent coming from the area, yet he sets himself aside from his peers so effortlessly with unrivaled vocal skills and a compelling flow that you can’t mistake as Melly’s. That being said, this track continues the array of melodic bangers he has offered to the world as of late, bringing brutally honest lyricism to the forefront alongside a chorus that sticks in the listener’s head after just one listen. Personally, “Slang That Iron” is one of the best new singles that I’ve heard in recent weeks, so be sure to check it out for yourself below and let us know what you think in the comment section!