2015 was good year for Detroit hip-hop, and I am not talking about Eminem or Big Sean (although, big ups to them both). I am talking strictly about the independents, the motor city poets who sing not of the lifestyle, but of the life. Life amongst the torched homes, the vacant lots and the rebirth of an American metropolis. Rap music is a genre in which region dictates sound, tone and ultimately carries with it its own style. Since its modern formation in the New York boroughs, many of these regions have had their day in the mainstream and each has laid its mark on pop culture. From the 808s on the east coast to west coast gangsters, or the rise of southern trunk bumpers from ATL to H-Town in the 2000s, rap music is defined by its location and Detroit’s day is long over due.
This comfy unisex hoodie has a soft outside with a vibrant print, and an even softer brushed fleece inside. The hoodie has a relaxed fit, and it's perfect for wrapping yourself into on a chilly evening.
• 70% polyester, 27% cotton, 3% elastane
• Fabric weight: 8.85 oz/yd² (300 g/m²)
• Soft cotton-feel fabric face
• Brushed fleece fabric inside
• Double-lined hood with design on both sides
• Unisex style
• Overlock seams