TE P. speaks with one of Detroit's most vivid rap writers about the darkness of his upbringing, not wanting to make turn-up music and what his daughter tells people he does for a living.
Son Raw speaks to the Detroit producer about his hometown and working with Boldy James on their forthcoming collaborative album Manger on McNichols.
Jameson Draper takes a detailed look at the Westside Detroit creative hub and the artists who frequently dwell its rooms.
Miguelito spends some time with the Detroit rapper and chats about his favorite food in the city and the best songs he's written.
Harold Bingo scours the streets of the D beyond Sada Baby and Payroll Giovanni to look at new projects from Cash Kidd, FMB DZ, Drego and Beno, Allstar JR, and Rocky Badd
Luke Benjamin checks out Sada Baby's "D.O.N"
Brandon Callender sit down with the Detroit MC to talk about his recent release and his path to becoming a purveyor of "Ghetto Boogie."
Madeleine Byrne speaks with Illingsworth about his forthcoming Mello Music LP.
POW premieres the latest track from Phat Kat's 'Carte Blanche' reissue, "It Don't Get No Liver Than This."
Madeleine Byrne speaks with Black Milk about his development as an engineer, live bands versus sampling, and his approach to racial issues.