Doughboyz CashOut are still at it and today deliver a new music video for their bangin’ street anthem, “Ballin’ Like My Brother.” The visual showcases the CTE duo out on the block performing to the camera while surrounded by their crew. Backed by some hard-hitting drums and catchy piano keys, watch as the Detroit natives lace the track with boastful lines about their expensive habits and unity within their squad.
Noisey serves up a new visual with G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean as the Detroit native breaks down in 60 seconds how he was able to make it in the music industry. Opening things up by crediting his mother’s musical favorites as his early influences, the rapper explains how he use to attend a radio show every Friday and battle rap for the chance to showcase his skills on air. By chance, Sean gives viewers insight on how he was able to get the opportunity to freestyle for Kanye after he made a visit to the radio station.
It’s all about having a good time for Detroit natives, Doughboyz Cashout, as the group drops a new visual for “Good Ass Night.” The bouncy and upbeat track is the latest single to be featured off the CTE compilation mixtape, Bo$$ Yo Life Up Gang. Watch as Doughboyz hit the streets to take in the evening with the homies as they push around the city and hit up the local strip club.
Billboard Magazine’s upcoming issue is set to feature legendary emcee and Detroit native Eminem on the cover. Take a look as the rapper sports a plain black T-shirt and denim jeans and poses for the camera while in front of a red backdrop. Interestingly enough, the photo of Eminem that was chosen to be showcased is featured in black and white. Fans can look forward to reading details behind the making and marketing of The Marshall Mathers LP 2 which will be included in the issue. The Marshall Mathers LP 2 will be in stores on November 5.
Detroit native Eminem combine forces with Compton native Kendrick Lamar for “Love Game,” one of the many standout tracks featured on Slim Shady’s upcoming eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2. Take a listen as Lamar and Em’ keep things strictly lyrical and serve up their explicit take on love and relationships. Back in June a photo of Kendrick Lamar and Eminem working together in the studio surfaced and subsequently resulted in the excitement of fans everywhere who patiently waited to see what would come about. There’s no telling if “Love Game” is the only song or one of many that came about during that particular session but if this was the creative direction they were going in, I think it’s safe to say that listeners would love to hear more from these two powerhouse emcees. The Marshall Mathers LP 2 is due out on November 5.
Big Sean catches up with long-time friend DJ Skee for a candid interview live on AXS TV. Check out this clip from the show where the G.O.O.D. Music rapper touches on the current status of his hometown Detroit and gets into details on his humble beginnings with his mother. The rapper elaborates on his connection with the troubled city and breaks down his philosophy of remaining positive in order to manifest dreams to reality that was initially taught to him by his mother early on.
Danny Brown was all the way live with his crew as he popped bottles and celebrated the release of his new album OLD in New York. Watch as the Detroit native and company party the night away in the club while also enjoying the company of some beautiful women who were in attendance. Coverage courtesy of EMETakeover who was there to capture it all go down.