Pre-order of Sincerely, Detroit. You get 3 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
Jacksons (feat. Seven The General, Nick Speed, & Big Tone)
Can't Lose (feat. Phat Kat, Royce Da 5'9", & DJ Los)
Break The Code (feat. Supa Emcee, Kuniva, & Alexis Allon)
Skimmin' (feat. Nolan The Ninja & Dopehead)
What Up (feat. 87, One Be Lo, & A-Minus)
“There are cities that get by on their good looks, offer climate and scenery, views of mountains or oceans, rockbound, or with palm trees. And then there are blue collar cities like Detroit, that have to work for a living. Cities that rely on the toughness and resiliency of their people. Cities that will not quit. Detroit has an unmistakable soul; nobody can duplicate what we give to the world.” - Sincerely, Detroit
Detroit has an indelible legacy in hip-hop. From artists like J Dilla to Black Milk, from Denaun Porter to Apollo Brown, Detroit's music has a sound unlike any other. When Apollo Brown set out to create the tribute to his home, he knew he needed to do the city justice.
Featuring over fifty Detroit artists, Apollo Brown’s new double disc album, “Sincerely, Detroit,” is a love letter to the culture. From different eras and different walks of life, veterans and newcomers alike lend their styles and deliveries to the twenty-one track album. Featuring artists like Royce Da 5’9”, Black Milk, Trick Trick, Elzhi, Slum Village and many, many more, “Sincerely, Detroit” is a nearly comprehensive look at the styles and flavors of Detroit.
While the world watches Detroit for influence, Apollo is back to remind people that Detroit sets a standard for others to follow and is a creative haven for Hip-hop.
releases October 29, 2019
All Songs Produced/Arranged by Apollo Brown
Mixed by Magnetic @ The Disc
Mastered by Eric Morgeson @ Studio A
#20 Inspired by King Form
Photography by Jeremy Deputat
Executive Produced by Michael Tolle, Erik Stephens, & Hex Murda
supported by 18 fans who also own “Sincerely, Detroit”
This album has such a good message, all the while, being super funny, and cool. This gives me so much hope for hip hop in years to come. The features are so nice too, and each one seems to fit perfectly with each track. I cannot pick an ultimate favorite, but a super chilled out, funny and nostalgic one is Box of Wheaties. Gavincito