You don’t have to leave the country to step into the dangers of war. Let Detroit veteran Trick Trick show you why D-Town has become a No Fly Zone. On his latest single, Trick Trick’s gritty voice is proof enough that the streets in one of the toughest cities in America has added a few, thick layers to his skin. Fellow Motown native Royce Da 5’9” and guest vocalist K-Young share in their respective ways how they’ve adopted the “Us vs. You” mentality and will ground any overblown egos as a result. I firmly believe that if you can make it out of Detroit, you can make it anywhere. This intimidating, Rocky-inspired cut will be on Trick Trick’s upcoming project, Godfather Pt. 3.
Written by Bryan H on 05/1/14
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