“I used to be totally different popping out of Detroit for positive however knew i had the entire metropolis on my again,” rapper says of breakout 2012 mixtape
Massive Sean celebrated the tenth anniversary of his breakout mixtape Detroit Monday by importing the expanded assortment onto streaming providers for the primary time, in addition to dropping the long-unreleased music “Extra Ideas.”
The rapper first teased “Extra Ideas” on social media again in 2019 earlier than lastly unveiling the entire observe on the precise tenth anniversary of Detroit’s launch on Sept. 4, 2012:
Along with releasing the expanded Detroit on streaming providers — in addition to a restricted version CD model — Massive Sean fielded followers’ questions in regards to the mixtape on Twitter.
“I used to be simply within the vibe, i simply needed to rap n go in n have enjoyable n keep artistic. Attempt flows n simply be experimental wit the shit. I used to be totally different popping out of Detroit for positive however knew i had the entire metropolis on my again,” Massive Sean mentioned of the mixtape.
“Lotta folks turned they again on me n confirmed me they was simply clout chasers n power vampires, the followers that caught wit me although thanks. I really feel the love n i like you again!!”
Initially launched through Def Jam and Kanye West’s GOOD Music, Detroit featured visitor appearances by Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Widespread, Younger Jeezy, Jhene Aiko, Chris Brown, Juicy J and extra; in 2020, Massive Sean adopted up the mixtape with the all-star Detroit 2.