Hip hop veteran Bootleg, member of the legendary Flint, Michigan group The Dayton Family returns with a brand new visual for the head pounding song “ID Clare War”. Presented by McCane Films RichWayz Life/NXT Level Entertainment, “ID Clare War” can be found on Bootleg’s latest album, Problems.
The Vision combines experiences to form unique expositions with influences from around the world without the desire for popularity or fortune, but the opportunity to tell his story.
Functioning as an auditory love letter to Detroit, artist and composer Foul Mouth has teamed up with Producers I Know to drop his debut beat tape Soul Louis. Available on Bandcamp as a name your price download, Soul Louis contains 20 exclusive soul stirring beats born out of growth, devastation, wealth, poverty, anger, and joy.
The leading single from Adam Reverie’s soon to be released album The WestSide Rev Project, “Detroit Muscle” serves as a metaphor for Reverie’s built ford tough attitude when approaching the mic. Showcasing his lyrical muscle and creativity over a soulful Dionne Warrick sample produced by fellow Detroit native, LiftOFFBeatz. listeners should surely enjoy Rev’s flexing of his “Detroit Muscle”.
Detroit recording artist, Nametag Alexander is starting off 2nd quarter with a series of releases titled Taglines. ‘Tag will be posting music from the vault weekly throughout the month of April. The first track doesn’t disappoint as we start off with “Red Alert” produced by international heavyweight, Black Milk.
The most recent single from The Audible Doctor’s upcoming Can’t Keep The People Waiting EP, “Leave Me Alone” features Guilty Simpson rapping alongside the Brown Bag Allstar on another dope self produced track.
Drill Music: The Mixtape, the latest effort from Growth & Development Music Group’s Lil Homicide might give listeners the impression that this Detroit lyricist has something to prove. Instead of using the standard industry beats found on free mixtapes, Drill Music lets loose more of an album feel with all original sounds. Full of life from the intense success of the proceeding singles “Santa Rosa” and “Bill Laimbeer”, Lil Homicide stays true to his roots while being able to expand his base. The majority of the release features DJ L Beats behind the boards with production also coming from Zone 6 Sosa, Stackboytwuan and Trappacino. Make sure to download Drill Music: The Mixtape over on Datpiff and keep an eye out for new releases from Lil Homicide on Twitter – @Lil_Homicide.