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It has been said that inspiration can be found in the strangest of places sometimes and for one Detroit emcee that proves no truer than now. COVID-19 aka Coronavirus, has effected billions on a massive scale as humanity faces one of its most daunting tests to date. At first weary of the situation, Miz Korona was hesitant, however the encouragement of her peers has driven a return for the aptly named emcee.

A six song burst of new music titled “The Virus” has the legendary bar slinger back at it like she never left, as she takes us on a journey just shy of sixteen minutes that never peels back. By the end of the her return she is making damn sure we “Respect The Name“, the standout track amongst fierce company before she has us questioning if “45” is going to let us stay alive.

For a spur of the moment comeback, “The Virus” proves Miz Korona can disappear for a few years and still come back with a batch of pure quality like it was nothing. Thankfully, her peers have pushed for the timely return as we all experience this pandemic together and the new EP is a thoroughly enjoyable record perfect for your quarantine playlist.

On top of an outstanding showing from Miz Korona, the production & features here pack a powerful roster including Chanes, Mark Cooper, Marv WonDJ Static, King Gordy, LaShaun Phoenix, Maestro and Neco Redd.

 

Stream/Purchase – Miz Korona “The Virus” here: https://mizkorona.bandcamp.com/

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Dizz and L.Y. return with the EP “EAT”

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 Detroit Duo “Dizz & L.Y.” present their latest album “Eat”, produced by Dizz.
This album marks the final entry of their Thr3EPeat trilogy in which they dive deeper into their current status as hip hop artists as well as their upbringing, their trials and tribulations, and knowing their worth, all wrapped into clever wordplay and hard hitting punchlines.
To further push the project’s theme of introspect, accountability, and winning as a team,  “Eat” includes features from a few Detroit artists such as Big Gov, A Minus, and multiple appearances from Mrk Sx. Though the features are mostly Detroit centric, “Eat” also includes two big name artists from Long Beach, California, Horseshoe Gang’s Demetrius aka “Debo” as well as the legendary KXNG Crooked.
“Eat” by Dizz & L.Y. is available now on all streaming platforms.
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Kuniva & Swifty McVay “Betta Git 1” ft. Maestro Williams Music Video

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D12 members, Kuniva and Swifty McVay released their collaborative EP “My Brothers Keeper” in February.  The 7-song EP displays their maturity as artists while also further cementing their place as some of Detroit’s most versatile rappers.
Today, check out the official music video for the song “Betta Git 1” which was produced by Nick Speed.  The music video was directed by FROSTisRAD.

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Nametag Alexander – “Work. Win. Repeat.” The EP

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“Nametag Alexander follows up his most recent effort Hello Victory, with “Work. Win. Repeat.” The EP. The body of work was influenced by the mantra single of the same title from 2019, originally produced by Black Bethoven, featuring Junii. With duration being only 18 minutes, and change, ‘Tag manages to display just enough artistic vulnerability on tracks like “Dusk” and “Soul Speak”, while still maintaining his known lyric bravado on “Grands.” The “just stay focused” mentality is what makes the EP relatable, and there’s a clear intent to inspire based on the Les Brown clips throughout a few of the songs. Overall, Nametag properly delivers with this EP as “Work. Win. Repeat.” defines continuous self improvement, opposed to winning solely to impress others.”

Stream/Download “Work. Win. Repeat.” The EP

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