The 411 On The 313: A Brief History of Detroit Hip-Hop Image via AllMusic/Data Base Records

Detroit's Club Music

The polar opposite of Invincible's conscious hip-hop is probably the pottymouthed patter of booty bass, the illegitimate love child of electro and gangsta rap. Harder and faster than the similarly salty bass music of Miami or Atlanta, Detroit booty bass became the soundtrack of choice booming out of car speakers on weekend nights at Belle Isle, Detroit's popular island park, and cars cruising down Jefferson Avenue with trunks full of woofers.

DJ Assault "Ass-N-Titties" (1996)DJ Godfather "Player Haters In Dis House" (1998)
Disco D vs Paradime "Detroit Zoo" (2008)

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