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Lyrically ILL …  is 17 years old. The name was born in the fall of 2002, founded by Ronald and Terrance Posey. The two decided to quit a former group and start their own, do to a falling out with a group member. In search of a new name for a new crew we went back and forth.
‘The goal was to come up with something phenomenal to define and describe the way we rap”. We were no ordinary rappers at the ages of 16 and 17. We were lyricists, we had punchlines, we had metaphors. So it came down to Terrance saying Lyrically ILL and we decided to roll with it. There was no other way to describe our lyrical talent. So we ran it across our cousin Vincent Hill,  bestfriend/brother Robert Dawson, and bestfriend/brother Germaine Howard. They all loved the name so it became official and those are the original members of Lyrically ILL. Like every crew we had ups and downs and people quit, and people got recruited. As of today Lyrically ILL consists of the bond of love and brotherhood. With original members Ronald Posey/LiL Ron, Terrance Posey/Kyd Doc, Robert Dawson/Rob Daws, and the new recruit of 7 years DaMont’e Posey/Young Tweez.
We are destined and determined to put our mark on the game, get ready cause here we come.

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Angela Yee’s “LIP SERVICE” Stops in Detroit! By: Krissy

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LIP SERVICE with ANGELA YEE

Written by: Krissy

Power 105.1’s Breakfast club host, ‘Angela Yee’ tours her podcast ‘Lip Service’, and brought the experience live, here in Detroit, this past weekend at the Garden Theater, located in midtown Detroit. From having A-list celebrities debut on the show, Yee gets to tour with her co hosts to connect with their fan base, radio show lovers, fellow media influencers, and sex enthusiasts. The live podcast/talk show starred co-hosts GiGi Maguire, Lore’l, and Stephanie Santiago, with special guests Kirby Gwen of WJLB, A’Real, and Chris Carsyn. The show also included Comic J. Will of The Weed Bar, podcast, and recording artists Sada Baby, and Motown signed, Icewear Vezzo.

 

Dressed down in their Detroit Vs. Everybody branded hoodies, Yee and her crew share laughs, Dusse’, girl talk, business advice, and candid relationship and sexual experiences. Special guests Sada Baby and Icewear Vezzo gifts Yee and her crew with a bottle of Champagne, and other personable items. Vezzo and Sada both share their personal opinions on how a healthy relationship should go, on top of humorous sexual preferences, in between Sada’s puffs of a backwood. Angela Yee’s Lip Service gave Detroit a live experience of our hip hop culture, and sexual appreciation all in one setting. With the Detroit’s favorite acts tastemakers, and Yee’s close knit relationship with the city, Lip Service was a huge success. Angela Yee’s Lip Service is streamed on Tidal, IHeartRadio, Soundcloud, and Youtube. Catch Lip Service live in a city near you!

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Neisha Neshae & Brielle Lesley “Throw Away”

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Good afternoon! The Queen of R&B Trap, Neisha Neshae, is back with a new record, teaming up with fellow Michigan native Brielle Lesley. The Quarter Pound Music and Kevo Hendricks produced record “Throw Away” is a woman’s anthem for moving on from a failed relationship.

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STREET RAPS: DETROIT Ep. 10 feat. AZTEK THE BARFLY

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STREET RAPS: DETROIT Ep. 10 feat. AZTEC THE BARFLY

I’ve never heard an emcee drop a Jethro Tull bar until now but if ever one was executed so precisely it’s from that of Aztek The Barfly. The Middle Finger Music emcee has teamed up with djkage to bring in the tenth episode of the heavy-hitting video series “Street Raps“. The title isn’t misleading in any way for it is in fact just that. Bars spoken to you face to face on camera fresh off the blacktop featuring in your face lyricism from a new emcee with each episode. This time around the shine is on Aztek The Barfly as his label mate Aaron Taylor mean mugs the camera lens in a backdrop well suited for the deliverance of bar for bar punches riddled throughout the video. A simple setting finished off at the legendary St. Andrews Hall as we are reminded of @Aztekthebarfly – the social credentials for everything social media for the Middle Finger Music word wrecker. Enjoy and stay tuned for more episodes from djkage & Street Raps.

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