There’s a new album incoming, from the always on point, Apollo Brown. The Detroit Producer is drawing on the multitude of talent contained within his city’s walls, as he drafts over 50 artists into the project. There are contributions from the likes of Slum Village, Chris Orrick, Illa J, Guilty Simpson and Boog Brown. The first single emerged this week and features Black Milk, Ketchphraze and DJ Los. You can stream the track, God Help Me, below and pre-orders are available over on Bandcamp. Sincerely, Detroit is due for release on 29 October via Mello Music Group. Continue reading “Apollo Brown ft. Black Milk, Ketchphraze & DJ Los: God Help Me”
Detroit rap in full effect, as Frank Nitt connects with Illa J on No Fame. The track is lifted from Nitt’s recent project, The Streaker, on which he flips the wealth of samples in Dolemite’s extensive back catalogue. The album is available to stream & buy on all the usual platforms.