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Export Ghost – “i Promise” Feat. Marv Won

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Raw House LLC is the brainchild of beats gordy a dedicated music lover with a passion for bringing great music to life & a goal of changing as many lives for the better as possible. With a starting roster of four talented individuals beats gordy reached out & connected me with the music his team has created for the world to hear. Throughout the plethora of submissions I receive on a daily basis it’s grown harder to stand out to me but as I dug through the Raw House roster it soon became evident that there was something here.

With four different artists one thing that came apparent after listening through was that each has their own sound & each I can see bringing a separate element to the table. It’s a fantastic starting mix that is able to provide different audible experiences well still melding together as the conglomerate. I will also say that the professionalism in the approach from beats gordy also made a strong first impression. In a world of spamming links & an inbox of people essentially “demanding” I check them out it’s always a breath of fresh air when someone is genuinely reaching out. In fact for any artists who might be reading this & are thinking about submitting music not only to DetroitRap.com but any media outlet – a genuine introduction is going to yield much better results than shoving links down throats or tagging posts without any forewarning.

Raw House & team caught my attention & for good reason. Over the next week or so I will be shining a bit of light on each of the Raw House artists starting first with Export Ghost (1/2 of TrXpMXsk). 

photo by Kelli Johnson @kellijphotography

With “i Promise” Export Ghost brings along Detroit mainstay Marv Won who closes the record after a grand opening via Ghost in this boom bap feel good lyrical mastery. I replayed this one a good ten times in a row upon first hearing it & it’s been in rotation since. If you enjoy “i Promise” and are looking for more from Export Ghost you can also tune into “Monks” here: https://soundcloud.com/exportghost/monks

If Export Ghost has got you hitting replay like myself be sure to keep watch as I’ll be diving into the rest of the Raw House roster in the coming days.

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Detroit’s Miz Korona Ft Guilty Simpson “42” Prod By 14kt

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Hip Hop seems to be the only genre that seems to continuously try to place an age cap on it.
Over the years more artists have shown and proved that “aging out” didn’t exist in their worlds.
Detroit Legend  Miz Korona recently shows she’s no different on her new release “42” feat. heavy wordplay from Legendary MC Guilty Simpson over even heavier production by 14KT.
“Honestly the song came about after commenting under a post from DJ House shoes saying he didn’t want people rapping over his beats without his approval.” “I’ve known Shoes for years so I jokingly said I’m rapping over all that shit  and some random guy responded like “Don’t wit yo old ass” that immediately struck a nerve and I was on go from there.”

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Detroit Producer Blizzard “Barrage Of Tigers” Ft Fatt Father & Marv Won

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Detroit Producer Blizzard Has been making a name for Himself in the underground with his drum heavy, grimy soul sound. Blizzard’s New album “Duel With Death” drops September 27th on Middle Finger Music. This Album features Aztek The Barfly, Ty Farris, Guilty Simpson, Finale, Kid Vishis, Spoda, A Minus, Isaac Castor, Ketch P, Jypsy, Miz Korona, Crimson Alchemist, Fatt Father, Marv Won, Big Herk and Many More. Here is the first single “Barrage Of Tigers” Featuring Detroit Heavy Weights Fatt Father & Marv Won.

 

 

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New Music: B Free ” Die Alone”

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New Music: B Free " Die Along"

If you’ve been watching Detroit, then you know the name — B Free is Detroit’s Menace in Paradise, the black sheep of the Motor City. Brenton Freeman (full name) was born on Detroit’s east side where he spent most of his time on the outskirts of the city in Hamtramck, the poorest and most diverse city in Michigan. B Free launched his music career after meeting and establishing his crew, who are virtually every race & ethnicity of the world. They devised a lifelong pact to dominate the music industry and build an empire together. It’s hard to define such a versatile melodic sound that is so sonically pleasing and catchy. Spending day and night in the studio you can truly hear how much work is put into into B Free’s music. From being the official ambassador of the Detroit Pistons to launching partnerships with Puma, B Free’s music has resonated with fans outside of just the rap demographic with his catalogue surpassing 12+ million streams across all streaming platforms. His right hand man in his career remains his brother and producer, Prod. ByBert— together they have crafted a unique sound and chemistry that is unable to be emulated by anyone. Over the last year, he amassed a cult fan base through TikTok and Youtube by creating hit music and content with his internal marketing team, Menace Media. From stadiums to arenas, B Free has shook the stage and electrified audiences with his show performances. B Free’s album titled “Bloom In A Dark Room,” which embodies his heartfelt journey thus far in his career of facing adversity, but finding a shimmer of light in a room full of darkness being the message. He has teamed up on a project with his Hip-Hop group Forever Golden, the “Gold — EP”, where the group earned the recognition of being called Detroit’s best group since D12. B Free has cultivated a summertime hit called, “Change My Life,” in collaboration with Japan’s number #1 Hip-Hop artist, “Inman,” that has charted in Japan. With charting #1 in multiple countries with his single, “Teleport Me,” the Menace shows no signs of slowing down. Instead, he’s pushing the envelope for what defines hip-hop with a cult following in Detroit, Japan and everywhere in between.

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