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This song, and the new project, are really going to change what fans think they know about Bizzare. “Rufus is my real name. I chose that name because I felt like it was time the fans got to hear my story” he says of his forthcoming eponymous release. With that in mind, the Detroit emcee tapped producer and frequent collaborator Super to create Bizarre’s most diverse and introspective project to date. But rather than a complete departure from the offbeat style fans have come to know, Bizarre is pivoting towards musical content that encompasses all of who he is and what he’s lived.
 

As he began trying to define the new project’s direction, Bizarre played a few songs for fellow D-12 alum Denaun Porter. “At the time, the only song I had where I was singing was ‘Wish I Was High,’ and he stopped the song halfway through and told me this was what I needed to do for the whole project,” Bizarre recalls.


Singing his way through Rufus allowed Bizarre to tap into a level of vulnerability he might not have been able to reach otherwise. Through this equally emotionally draining and cathartic process, Bizarre shares his real life experiences on everything from his years-long battle with weight-loss; to the ways in which his life has been molded by his stepfather; to the loss of his grandmother, complete with a recording of what would be their last conversation. Having direct access to his fans and the ability to receive their immediate and direct feedback over the past few years has allowed Bizarre to release music that framed his more serious, introspective content in such a way that those songs can co-exist alongside his more irreverent tracks.  In other words, Rufus becomes the beginning of a new chapter for Bizarre, bringing along the fans that are ready to grow with him, while giving new fans a 360-degree view of who he’s always been.

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Detroit Emcee Ketch P Drops “Out Of Nowhere” project

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Detroit Emcee/ Middle Finger Music Representative Ketch P Drops a Brand New Project “Out Of Nowhere”. This album came about over a phone call last week between Ketch P and Detroit producer Foul Mouth, they came up with the idea to write, record, mix, master a new project in a week’s time, that’s how the title out of nowhere came about. This album features Rim, Bub Rock, Bang Belushi, A Minus, Aaron Taylor and Production from simple cuts, foul mouth, Nolan the Ninja, Jimbo Slice, Big Daddy Chop, Chanes.

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BIG GOV: SON of SOUTHWEST The Album

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The one thing you can always expect when listening to a Big Gov project is Truth. Unapologetic truth. This is release is no different. But it doesn’t feel the same. Gov is used to carrying the load as a great producer, but for this one he sprinkled the right mixture to give this album the feeling of a movie soundtrack about the streets of Detroit Gov spent his early years. SOUTHWEST DETROIT

As always you can enjoy some smoove west coast bouncing beats with just the right dash of musicality and vocals laced by Gov partner in crime Pierre Anthony along with Asia . Guest producers on the project include Rohnnie Ghetti808 Price, Terrance Riley Schlenz, K.I.D.D. tha Producer, Steve Varner, Royce da 5’9.

Stand out tracks on “Son of Southwest” are “Live and Let Live” “My state of mind” “Live your life before mine” “For the Moment”

Click the link below to listen to “SON OF SOUTHWEST” on your platform of choice!

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RAISE the FLAG/ A RED EYE SMOKIN’ (A.R.E.S.) feat. Alius Pnukkl Produced by D.j.Los Video by Bridgefall Studios

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