New WebbyWednesday Release, “Triggered” Takes Aim At People Who Are Easily Offended

So when did this happen? By this, I mean the insane notion that so many people are offended by just about anything. I mean can't people take a joke? Now I'm sure there are people out there who are gonna say you cant joke about certain things, Well I find this absolutely ludicrous. Let me... Continue Reading →

Is it Friday? Check Out All These New Lyrical Rap Releases That Dropped Last Night

Usually Friday is the day to drop new releases, but that wasn't the case today. I woke up and felt like it was Christmas, it was just release after release. And another one! But for real, its a good morning listening to these new songs. We got new releases from Ekoh and Rittz. Merkules and The Game. Joyner Lucas and Ashanti. Krizz Kaliko and Rittz. And some Emerging Artists I stumbled upon, the World Emcee group.

Lyrically Rap’s Favorite 5 New Lyrical Hip Hop Tracks – August 2020 Week 4

Follow My Lead features Jehry Robinson and King Iso in a Strange Music stable collab. Jehry released his latest album, 20/Twenty, last Friday. It's a fresh album, with multiple inspirations of music composing some hard lyrics. I believe Jehry Robinson could perform in any genre of music, we're just lucky he's chosen lyrical rap. Follow My Lead is one of our favorite tracks from the album, and one of our favorite picks for this week.

New Album “Goodfellas” from Chach & Zvch – New Lyrical Rap Music

The young duo, Chach and Zvch dropped a new album today. These two artists are heading the next generation of lyrical rappers. At 20 years old, Chach and Zvch are discussing subjects a lot of adults do not like to face. There is a message in their lyrics, one that we share here at Lyrically Rap, that we're tired of this pop rap crap, and want some good damn music.

Durand: Lyrically Rap Hidden Gem

Lyrical Rap is sometimes hard to find. There’s a lot of music out there, and a lot of ways to listen to it. What the streaming platforms and radios promote, may not always be quality hip hop. If you listen to a lot lyrical rap like us, your playlist and streaming radio stations start circling around the same songs. It’s the failure of the algorithm. There are times where the algorithm works though.

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