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The Most talked about artist in the city of Detroit right now is 42 Dug

The rapper has lived the life of a man double his age. As predicted, he became the product of his circumstances, which put him behind iron poles at age an early age. The defiant young hustler spent a considerable amount of time in solitary confinement, which is where he found his voice in hip-hop. The rapping style of 42 Dugg, whose moniker derives from his neighborhood, rivals no one although artists with similar narratives inspired him such as Yo Gotti, Jeezy and Peezy. His lyrics are also riddled with gritty street observations; angry messages about systematic oppression and unrelenting tales of criminality. Every aspect of his art, from rhymes to stage performances, is grounded in realism.

On his debut project, Young and Turnt, 42 Dugg has a lot to rap about. The overwhelming majority of his songs were penned while in the hole. Writing his truth not only passed the time, but it also fortified his belief in himself and his ability to overcome obstacles. From the prolific “Mama I’m Sorry” to the profound “Free Minds,” the savvy MC flows with passion, precision and in precise detail. But it’s the track, “You Da One,” featuring Gotti that will cement his status as a viable chart-topping artist. From the day he decided to take his shot behind the mic, he knew he wanted to be an inspiration for his generation and that includes the young people that can relate to his transparent storytelling. By connecting with the culture through his pain, 42 Dugg has been able to grow a solid fan base and also create a major label bidding war. He is everything that hip-hop represents, an authentic and raw talent who has overcome extreme difficulties that would break the average.

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Danny Brown – Dirty Laundry

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Danny Brown - Dirty Laundry

uknowhatimsayin¿” is out of the bag and new music from Danny Brown is an imminent reality. With Q-Tip as his executive producer, the brand album arrives on October 4th. Plenty of time to air some “Dirty Laundry” as fans wait in anticipation. With that being said here is the first look into the impending release of “uknowhatimsayin¿“.

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Big Gov & Pierre Anthony – “No Love”

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Big Gov & Pierre Anthony - “No Love”

From one of the most impactful award-winning albums out of Detroit in recent times “Betrayal” comes some brand new visuals for one of my personal standouts “No Love“. Big Gov & Pierre Anthony be on some sorta peanut butter & jelly combo of hip-hop havoc when they join forces so it was definitely dope to get some top-notch visuals to aid such a fantastic record. D’juan Graves was the mind behind the lens that provided this excellent vision, shout out to all the directors out there capturing creatively! Big Gov’s album “Betrayal” featuring “No Love” is out now everywhere. If you’ve been sleeping, well… it’s time to wake your ass up from that nap & press play!

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3269 CHISE – DBOY OR DIE (PRODUCED BY: MERCH MUSIC)

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3269 CHISE - DBOY OR DIE (PRODUCED BY: MERCH MUSIC)

Steady with an onslaught of dope new music comes the latest specimen of raw lyricism from Detroit’s 3269 CHISE! With “DBOY OR DIE” we get right into a vibe as soon as the MERCH MUSIC production barrels in with bouncy forms as we enter to a Fresh Prince reference from the lyrical swerviture of the word maneuvering 3269 CHISE. Treat yourself to the latest from the DBOY himself above.

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