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After teasing a collaboration with T3 of Slum Village the other week Detroit legend HUSH caters to fans cravings with a brand new freestyle. Take in two minutes of bars on bars with “Let It Go” as the anticipation for “Let’s Get Back 2 Us” builds. Soak it in until May 15th when the new song drops & be sure to stay tuned to DetroitRap.com in the coming days for more from HUSH!

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KID Smitty – ‘On A Roll’ New Video

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ID Smitty - ‘On A Roll’ New Video

With a new visual for the single “On A Roll” by KID Smitty who is currently in the stages of rebranding his music with the phrase Love Is Taboo (LIT for short) that will be formed into the overall brand for the Artist and his team from Detroit, Michigan. LIT is centered around telling stories of relationships with various aspects of life from women to drugs. Life is romance and when we love something it doesn’t always love us back therefore Love Is Taboo. KID Smitty is using his music to chronicle these relationships.

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“Mom’s & Pop’s” New video from Vstylez

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"Mom's & Pop's" New video from Vstylez

Detroit Emcee V Stylez Drops “Mom’s & Pop’s” Video Produced By Apollo Brown Off His “Thornton Melon” Album. This Video Shows a glimpse of what it was like growing up in the Vesey Household In Detroit Michigan. Shot and Edited By LH Maloney!

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“62” By Finale

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"62" By Finale

Just RAP! I dont know how long Finale has been running with that phrase but after listening to “62” I get it. AND I LOVE IT! If your looking for them trap beats with tales of cash fashion and ladies this is not for you. A bunch of punchlines with the sole purpose of whos the greatest rapper of all times? Nope. This is something more. With a flow that fills rhythm like twista, every single word Finale uses possess true meaning. Every song on the project has meaning and that what gives this album the ingredients to be a classic.

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