Detroit's rap scene is regularly praised for how consistently it produces quality artists who, though they may never break into pop stardom, provide hard-hitting, entertaining jams that stay true to their city's sound. One of the most exciting newcomers from the scene with a chance at national adulation is 42 Dugg, who hails from the city's Eastside and has deals with both Yo Gotti's CMG and Lil Baby's 4PF. The majority of his recently released debut mixtape Young and Turnt was written while he served a stint in prison and held in solitary confinement. On it, he goes from bars about his son to friends he's lost to his hometown being proud of his success.
Today, The FADER is premiering a video for Young and Turnt's most party-ready track. "MWBL," which features Dugg's fellow Detroit native Tee Grizzley, is minimal in production, but the song's energy is hightened by passionate verses from both. "I feel like it’s a good party record to get people chanting," Dugg said in an email. "We just was feeding off each other’s energy, that’s why it’s fast pace and talking crazy." Watch the video above.