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With Detroit steady rising, rapper and entrepreneur NEM Meech looks to follow up his 2019 Last of a Dead Breed mixtape with a 8 song EP titled Dope Measures. 7 years ago NEM Meech gave us a hood classic with the release of “Pros and Hoes”.
Representing the Northend, a neighborhood in the center of Detroit. Meech give you those raw bars and dope boy sound the industry has been missing. Running his own entertainment company and helping develop young talent out of Detroit, NEM Meech is back to deliver another classic.
“Ghetto Trappin” Meech channeled one of his childhood inspirations, Juvenile. With inspiration from artists like Jeezy , Juvenile and Gucci Mane. You can guarantee NEM Meech touch all aspects of the game with his voice.

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How Far (Just A Shame) by #Merchmusic #LOGICLDOT #ThePrezidentChrisWalker #SlautahRes #Laswunzout

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Detroit Producer Merch Music has teamed up with emcees The Prezident Chris Walker, Logic LDOT & Slautah Res to create How Far (Just a Shame). This underground hip hop song was released on September 30th, 2021 along with a video. The Video was shot at La Casa Cigar bar in downtown Detroit. How Far gives off a soulful classic feel that reminds you of the Motown sound of yester year. With intricate lyrics from The Prezident Chris Walker & LDOT, How Far allows for the audience to look into where you came from to where you are going. A grown up approach to today’s success story. The hook (performed by Slautah Res) adds a soulful singing vibe that brings chills up your spine. The visuals is an immaculate backdrop of a cigar bar in which the producer and artists celebrates their success. How Far is a song that will stand the test of time and give the audience something they have been wanting to hear and look for in today’s overly saturated Hip Hop market.

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Drey Skonie “Rolling Skone” (prod. by Nick Speed) VIDEO

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Detroit crooner (check the dictionary for the old school reference) Drey Skonie hits us off with the Nick Speed produced “ROLLING SKONE”. A reworking of of the old school classic  “Papa was a rolling stone” Drey Skonie new visual takes us from the block, to the underground club circuit with a touch of the skating culture making it very obvious this record is one to enjoy!

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Detroit Producer Blizzard Ft Isaac Castor “Like Water” Video

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Detroit Producer Blizzard Teams up with his Middle Finger Music Brother Isaac Castor For The “Like Water” Video, Not Many People Know That Blizzard Is Also an Emcee. The “Like Water” Video was filmed at the 37th shield record store in Detroit, click the link to enjoy the classic Hip Hop/ Boom Bap vibe!

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