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From “Breath of the Wild” references to homage to Eminem on the cuts of the first couple tracks from “StillClear Soul Forces instantly pull you in as one of Detroit’s finest lyrical entourages. The squad is back with their first full-length project since 2015 and disappointment is not on the tracklist as the eleven record effort displays effortless flows including the recent “They Shootin” & “Hit Me Now” which has been blessed with visual treatment above. Enjoy the sounds of smooth similies & metaphors doused across a group of emcees that truly capture a powerful sound stamping itself into your eardrums. “Still” is available everywhere today!

Stream/Purchase: http://smarturl.it/CSF-Still

Nearly four years and a number of solo projects later, Detroit’s Clear Soul Forces are back with their most impressive release to date. Still is what happens when four proven artists continue to hone their craft and find their collective flow. At 11 tracks deep, this album eschews trends and instead provides timeless, straight-up dope Hip-Hop.
Speaking on why Still sounds so organic and cohesively produced, group member Noveliss says, “Everyone’s growth has made the creative process easier.” He adds that CSF may have been a team before, but each member had to prove himself individually. “Now, we and the world know what’s up, and it’s all about bouncing off each other and being a unit on every song.”

That sense of true teamwork and partnership is heard and felt on each track, from the neck-snapping opening track “Blaow (feat. DJ Odilon)” through to album closer “Don’t Stop” that serves up a wild burner-to-banger beat-switch. Other instant highlights include “Hit Me Now,” which Noveless says features “all of the random things that describe CSF,” and L.A.Z.’s favorite track “They Shootin’,” which is also the album’s lead single.

Those tracks, and the majority of the album, were produced by rapper-producer Ilajide, who complements his CSF brothers with beats primed for verses bursting with clever bravado, video game references, and head-spinning wordplay. Still is golden era Boom bap for the modern age, and it’s delivered through a lens that’s wholly unique to CSF. It’s also one of integrity, because there’s no fluff or superficial window dressing here—simply some of the best hip-hop you’ll hear this year.

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“King Father” New album from Fatt Father

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Fueled By Life/ Middle Finger Music  presents ‘King Father’, the highly anticipated
fourth studio album by Detroit veteran emcee, Fatt Father. ‘King
Father’ takes listeners on a personal journey through life. Fatt
Father searched as far as Windhoek, Namibia to make sure that the
production on this album was undeniable. There, he found the
soulful sounds of Namibian based producer, Becoming Phill. Marv
Won, Blizzard, Trox, Foul Mouth, Jeremy Ford, and Scud One, also
contributed powerful production to ‘King Father’ as well.
The 12-track album showcases Fatt Father’s growth as a
lyricist, conversationalist and as a father. With features that include
Melanie Rutherford, Finale, Quelle Chris, Fatt Father’s 11 year old
son, DJ Oreeyo, and more. ‘King Father’ is well balanced on every
level. Whether in the car, gym, or living room, this album is the
perfect soundtrack. After many projects and years as an emcee, Fatt
Father continues his dominant reign as King Father.

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Bully Hendrix: “It’s Not You It’s Me”

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Straight out of Inkster Michigan, the Detroit metropolitan area is full of talent. After taking some time from music, “Its not for you its for me” is the follow up from his last release in 2017. Bully said this project is a little more personal. “I’ve had a lot of changes throughout the years, I lost every file to this project and luckily I was able to retrieve them. And after ALL of that I was still in love with the material as if I had heard it that day. I know this means nothing because we should love our art, but the connection for me to this body of work was different”.

Check it out and see what popping out of Ink Town

 

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Check out Spanglish Emcee “Yung Profhet” from Southwest Detroit

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Spanglish emcee Yung Profhet started rapping in 2011 and founded his record label Da Basement Records later changed to DBR Entertainment LLC. He released an EP called “Music is My Life” in 2012 and in 2013 released a mixtape called “Pa Mi Raza” with King Quota. In 2019 he released his first official album “Vida Rapero”. He has opened for MC Magic, lil Rob, Conejo, Capone, Jae-p, Kinto Sol, Ms Krazie, Doll-e Girl, Juan Gotti, Akwid, Amanda Perez, Someone SM1, & Lil Wyte.

This album was recorded in 2019 at Sound smith studios. It was mixed and mastered by Tony Rizzo (Won a co-Grammy for Producing the clark sisters). The Album was produced by mostly Detroit producers and a Mexican producer by the name of Elder El Futuristico. His album consist of Spanglish rhymes and heavy bass beats. Some of the highlights of the album were having worked with Conejo, Capone, Jae-p in the same studio. The features choosen for the album Yung Profhet says were not for clout, he chose these artist that influenced his rap career and that he loved listening too growing up.
– Features: Conejo, Capone, Jae-p, Rasheed (Dope House Records), Duende, Doll-e Girl, Leazzy, DJ Los (Toured with Royce the 5’9 & Eminem), King Quota.

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