Proof was two albums into a promising solo career when Mario Ethridge shot and killed him during an argument over a game of billiards in 2006. He was a childhood friend of Eminem, member of D12, and author of unimpeachable rhymes.
A J Dilla-inspired donut shop opened Detroit Tuesday morning to great fanfare. Founded by Dilla's uncle Herman Hayes to honor his nephew's legacy, the shop sold out three times on its first day of business.
It's been a while since we've heard from Big Sean -- since "What a Year," in fact, the song that found him looking back on his prolific 2015. Sean is now back alongside fellow Detroit emcee Earlly Mac in the new video to Mac's "Do It Again."
Stones Throw records unleashed a classic track from Detroit emcee Guilty Simpson. The rapper released his first solo album in five years in 2015, and it sounds like the rapper isn’t slowing down soon.
Oba Rowland is a rising emcee out of Detroit who scored his biggest hit this summer with "Lifestyle Pt. II," featuring Dej Loaf and Dex Osama, who was tragically shot and killed soon after the track started buzzing.
Big Sean's show in Detroit this past Friday (Nov. 6) was quite the spectacle. During his homecoming show, the "Finding Paradise" concert, Sean brought out several special guests. We already shared the video of the "Detroit Vs.
Willy J Peso is a Detroit up-and-comer who spends a lot of time working in Toronto, and he's decided to pay tribute to the Canadian city on his new track and accompanying video, "401 E to Toronto." The song takes listeners through a late night in T-dot, and th
On June 2nd, Earlly Mac will release a new project by the name of Cousin Trap, and today, we have the pleasure of premiering two tracks from it. Here's "Like Gucci," produced by Mac's trusty collaborator Icepic.
Nashville and Detroit are arguably the world capitals of country music and rhythm & blues, respectively, and today they connect via Dee Goodz and Earlly Mac. It's our pleasure to premiere a new remix of Goodz's "Too Much" that features Mac.
After debuting his music video for the mixtape cut "ManDogBruhCuz" earlier this week, Detroit's Chavis Chandler's The Call of the Wild is here. The new tape is 17 tracks, the lone features coming from DeJ Loaf and Icewear Vezzo.
A few weeks back, Detroit's Dusty McFly returned from a long hiatus with a video for a new song called "Come Up," and today, we get another drop. This one's a remix of Keyshia Cole's "Hey Sexy" that features some additional production from Icepic.
Even if you're still pushing that sad old Geo Metro whip, everything's gonna be okay. Or at least that's what Earlly Mac tells us on his new, Trinidad James-assisted track, "Be OK." Its artwork features a pretty great photo of Beyoncé.
After releasing his Evergreen mixtape last November, Detroit's Dusty McFly is back with "Come Up," and a new video to match. The vid shows Dusty decked-out in a new suit on his way an important business meeting.