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Yes-Yes Y’all Hiphop In The Motor City Classic Music From The Detroit 313!

Wednesday • November 26, 2008 • BY noiseman
Yes-Yes Y’all Hiphop In The Motor City Classic Music From The Detroit 313!

Allot of the research that went on to create the platform for Big Noise Radio ended up coming from Detroit the Motor City. I’m Noiseman, and as I scanned the Net for good hiphop music I found many blessings hailing from the 313. Artists like One-Be-Low, Black Milk, The Regiment, Phat Kat, Elzhi and Slum Village to name a few. Good music has been coming out of Detroit ever since Barry Gordy started Motown Records back in the 1960’s. Though Motown sold millions more albums during the 70s and 80s, Motown will always be remembered for the original music created during the 60s. Just like back then there’s a movement in hiphop that’s coming out of Detroit, holding it down like days of Eddie Cheba and DJ Hollywood! One of those groups is The Regiment heard on Big Noise Radio they’re an up-and-coming hiphop group recently signed to Rawkus records. Pick up their debut album right now “The Come Up” produced by the most incredible Ghosttown at myspace.com/theregiment100. For info on Black Milk go-to myspace.com/blackmk to check out one of Detroit’s hottest up-and-coming producer slash MC. Another producer / MC that must be heard is One-Be-Lo at myspace.com/onebelo he brings that Pete Rock feel back to the game.

After an introduction from VERA Clique we recently united with the “I Still Love H.E.R. Show” produced by Wanja from Germany. Check her out at myspace.com/istilllovehertheshow, she showcases some of the finest in modern Hiphop music with interviews that must be heard. Episodes recently blended with selections from the Noiseman are all in good taste. Presenting classic interviews with “Slum Village” and the “Low Budget” crew, to name a few, Wanja holds it down representing a new breed of independent journalist seeking the truth about the music that shapes our global culture. Wanja brings an honest female perspective to the game that is most refreshing. Detroit is well represented by Wanja keep an ear out for “I Still Love H.E.R.” on BNR!

Keep it locked to bignoiseradio.com to stay up on all the latest hiphop coming out of the Detroit area, BNR will be serving you the best in independent hiphop as always so tell your peoples!

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