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Emcee producer HUSH and UNCLE ILL collectively known as Da Ruckus are back with a new video from the LP “Da Unreleased Episode”.
This dark gritty video comes off with VHS vibes as a concept and it’s pretty stellar. Old school crew with an old school recording method.
The duo’s lyrics suggest money is needed and while trying to do things the Dame dash way it looks like they are thinking about doing things the ski mask way.
Nevertheless their outfits say they are willing to put in the work slaying emcees.
Hush recites “I’m just a ghetto kid from the bottom” ILL ask “Yo, you see that emcee?” Hush replies “Yo I spot’em” ILL commands “take’em out!”
Shot By Hatch for Reel Speach Films
Produced by Hush
Danny Boy Records

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DeMaciiio Drops “Never Trade Up” Video

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A genesis of Southwest Detroit, DeMaciiio, A sensory architect to your (i) mind, (ii) body, and (iii) soul through visual and phonic artistry. Born in 1995, antecedent from Mayan and Taino peoples, he inherits his family legacy of music and art.  He designs his work in adulation of this legacy.  The diverse musical genres his Grandfathers baptized him in, the boom bap rhythms his Pops raised him in, and the graffiti that he grew up idolizing gave birth to the multi-creative known as DeMaciiio. Check His New Video “Never trade up” Shot By BareleyHispanic  off the album “MOON MAN” . 

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GerkOne – Run Em Down Ft. Tone Tone

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Windsor Ontario’s stand out artist GerkOne links with Detroit legend Tone Tone to bring the epic cross the boarder collaboration “Run Em Down” Prod. Lowzz. Available on all platforms with a visualizer on YouTube by Red Skye Visuals.

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97BabyJay – Eazy Flow (Official Video) 🎥 By @Davi Digital

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The Detroit rap scene has been blowing up over the last year or so. As more Detroit artists start to come up and get their shine, 97BabyJay is definitely one to watch out for. His lyrical ability and crazy wordplay combined with the bounce of Detroit beats make for an insane song.

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