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."
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
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.
The subject matter of most of Dej Loaf's songs belie her mild-mannered, soft-spoken persona. She may sound meek, but she's rapping and singing about catching bodies and turning down major label deals.
One of the few Danny Brown features we've gotten this year was on BeatKing's latest mixtape Club God 4. BeatKing is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with outta Houston, and Danny Brown is the perfect match for his ratchet club-wrecking sound.
HELP, the 2014 tape by Bruiser Brigade's ZelooperZ has grown on me a lot since its release last June, and now count it among last year's most underrated projects. Today, we get a new video from the Detroit native, made for HELP cut "Saggin."
For this week's video edition of our Heatseekers series, we've chosen to highlight a young rapper out of Detroit named Big Rome. Her video for "On Purpose," a song produced by Arceneaux, is this week's winner.
In addition to stopping Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club this morning, Sean Don also hit up Hot 97 to talk to Ebro and Laura Stylez. Opening the discussion by talking about Ariana Grande, Sean Don wasn't too open about it, but assured us everything is good.
Ty Farris hails from Detroit, a city that didn't get a ton of shine in '90s hip-hop, but has seen its stars such as Eminem, Royce Da 5'9", Big Sean, Black Milk, Danny Brown and DeJ Loaf emerge in the 2000s.
We've seen a few young rappers break out off of one song over the past few years, and a lot of different cities get shine because of it-- we had Chief Keef from Chicago, Bobby Shmurda from NYC, and most recently, DeJ Loaf putting on for Detroit.
Today marks the release of Black Milk's fifth solo album, titled If There's A Hell Below in reference to Curtis Mayfield's track "(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Going To Go." Along with the official album release, today also heralds a new vi
Danny Brown takes viewers on a tour of his hometown of Detroit, sharing the city's history with the entertainment industry in spite of economic struggles, corrupt politicians, and an ongoing water crisis.
Danny Brown gives Eddie Huang a tour of his native Detroit as part of Vice‘s "Fresh Off The Boat" series.Check out Danny Brown Gives Eddie Huang A Tour Of Detroit, the latest video from Danny Brown, released on Monday, October 28th, 2013.
The latest visual from Boldy James, from his off his "Jammin 30: In The Morning" mixtape.Peep Boldy James Feat. Poppy Bricks "Break It Down" Video, the latest visual from Boldy James. It dropped on Sunday, October 20th, 2013.
Big Sean brought out Nicki Minaj and Drake during his "Hall Of Fame" release concert in Detroit yesterday. Who else would you like to have seen on this video? How do you feel about the production here?