Frankly, there are more than a couple people who doubt D12 alumnus Bizarre’s ability to make seriously engaging music after years of outlandish rhyme behavior (myself included), but his new single Believer might be exactly what the doubters need to, yes, believe in the man abilities. Set against a softly humming beat by the Honorable C.N.O.T.E. and laced with a soft but strongly crooned hook by Nate Walka, Believer is a look inside Bizarre’s more personal side as he touches on everything from the passing of close friends to the economic famine currently starving his hometown of Detroit, an emotionally honest admission that Tech N9ne echoes in his deeply personal guest verse. Never thought you’d hear Bizarre drop a dope Hurricane Katrina reference? Me neither; and yet here we are. Believer is the first single off Bizarre’s upcoming album Friday Night at St. Andrews, which fans can hear more of when the album’s second single Rap’s Finest premieres on Shade 45 Sirius radio Friday at 4:30 pm EST. Come on Bizarre, make me a believer.