Detroit Never Dies
On the lower eastside of Detroit, a hip hop/rap dual are preparing for battle. LSD and Roland Dre'; hip hop/rap warriors, who uses rhythmic beats and lyrical rhymes as their weapons of choice. In the rap arena, the competition is strong and the battle is on, never say die is why; 'Detroit Never Dies' is their CD debut release, which symbolizes the need of recovery for the motor city. One fan says: 'LSD flow is additive and Roland Dre's music has beauty and depth.' This is why I say, G. Robert Dunnigan, Jr. aka Roland Dre' is one of the finest DJ in the music industry. When ask who are some of his influences, R. Dre' replied? 'Dr. Dre' and Snoop Dogg CD 'The Chronic'. This album had a great vibe to it with a bangin' bass and the rap was tighter than tight. This was a Perfect mix'. I ask Anthony R. Williams aka LSD the same question. He replied? 'Eminem & Busta Rhymes are my muse. Eminem witty but intellectual rhymes are very creative to me. And Busta agressive but smooth flow is second to none. LSD and Roland Dre' dynamic and unique style is implemented on their powerful rap composition 'Party Hard'. This is their party single that was inspired by the band 'White Stripes'. This track will compel you to move your body to the groove and 'Mask Up' is their Detroit street life break through mix.