The future of Detroit, Tee Grizzley drops another banger with fellow Detroiter Payroll Giovanni, the track titled “Payroll” is already doing significant numbers with almost 1.5 million YouTube views as of press time.
Hopefully, we get to hear more from this deadly duo.
If you haven’t checked out Boldy James‘ latest album, “The Price of Tea in China,” act accordingly. The album produced almost entirely by The Alchemist is another masterpiece between the duo who had formed a partnership that dates back to 2013 when they released the critically acclaimed “My First Chemistry Set.”
One of the standout tracks on the album is Surf & Turf feat. Vince Staples.
You can’t fuck with Icewear Vezzo, ever since his release from prison, he’s been killing the game, from his deal with Motown Records, his Puma shoe release, albums, mixtapes and movies he’s definitely come into his own. I think prison was a good thing for him, it made him realize his net worth and now he’s unstoppable.
Filthy Rockwell, who arguably has the hottest clothing line in Detroit and quite possibly all of Michigan, continues to consistently curate dope shit under his Filthy Americans imprint.
Filthy’s latest offering “The Don” is unlike must of his previous releases, which have always have that Detroit Ambience, this time Filthy flirts with political protest by plastering a defiant Donald Trump on a Filthy American’s garment.
Famed producerMike E Clark who has worked with ICP, Kid Rock, George Clinton, and Primal Scream just to name a few took to his Instagram page to post a dope picture from the days of ICP’s Riddlebox album.
The photo was taken at Clark’s Funhouse Studio and shot by Josh Silverstein.
Hopefully, Mike will continue to open the vaults and share some more of these iconic images.