Welcome to Detroit Proud! This week we are bringing you a full-spectrum playlist full of talented artists residing right under our noses here in Detroit.
In honor of this beautiful weather, we’re going to serve up some of our road trip favorites! Indie rock, folk, alternative, hip-hop, electric—you can’t deny the variety!
This week’s Detroit Proud Playlist highlights Detroit rappers and hip-hop artists – if they’re not already in there, we think you should add ’em to your album rotation!
Having just finished his The Monster Tour with pop-star Rihanna (wrapping up with two SOLD OUT shows at Comerica Park in Detroit), we thought we’d dedicate this week’s playlist to our shining star, Eminem.
Drew32 (real name Andrew Parks) is a Greek-American rapper, producer, and songwriter who has been laying down tracks since the age of 13.
Detroit has long been defined for its musicians, and our city has inspired many different types of music, from Motown to techno and everything in-between. This week, we’ve embraced those that came before (along with […]
Imagine Jay-Z’s “Big Pimpin’,” Lil Jon’s “Get Low,” and “Root Down” by the Beastie Boys…played in the style of folk music. Awesome, right? Putting a folk spin on classic rap and hip-hop songs is exactly what local bands will be doing this Sunday at The Blind Pig in Ann Arbor at the 4th annual FOLK THE POLICE showcase.
Rapper Mac Miller was on the NEW Arsenio Hall show this week and kick butt with an amazing performance of ”Avian” and “Aquarium”.
Kanye West debuted his new song, presumably titled “I Am a God” on Monday (May 6) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) Gala. While he piqued fans’ interests with the song’s lyrics, the devil is in the details.