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Feed the soul with the violin of Evan Garr to guide you over the musical blends of “Urban Ambiance” provided by Detroit’s ultra talented Wil Black. A video chocked full of some the city’s best dancers, let the vibes soak in & absorb the feelings the way music is intended to be felt. Eardrum gold lifts you up & carries you on until you might just get up yourself & start dancing. Watch & enjoy!

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Middle Finger Music Cipher Video

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Middle Finger Music Squad

Detroit’s Middle Finger Music is back with a brand new cipher video with all 10 emcees in the crew spitting bars over a Blizzard beat. This is the first leak and will be the bonus track on the new Middle Finger Music “Loosies” Vol 1 project dropping this month for free. This Project is produced entirley by Foul Mouth, it features our crew, family and affilaiates. Guilty Simpson, Dj Eclipse, Boog Brown, Ketch P, Fatt Father, Jypsy, Bang Belushi, Bub Rock, Jake Knew, A Minus, V Stylez and More.

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What’s Hot On The Streets? Coalition Djs Det Top 10 Weekly Chart

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Coalition Dj Top 10 3/19

Coalition Djs Detroit provides a weekly top 10 of whats hot on the streets!

Make sure you get plugged in and take part of their NEW MUSIC SUNDAYS! Tell them your people from Detroitrap.com sent you

Check out the #1 Song Music Video for  “Detroit to Inglewood”

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The Hot Hand Belongs to 42 Dug

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42 Dug You Da One artwork with Yo Gotti

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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