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    Lists: 5 Oddball Facts About Detroit’s Biggest Rappers #Detroit

    Everybody’s got a story. In Detroit, these stories are quirky and original to the point that you’ll be surprised at some of the things you can find. We looked at the stories of some of our biggest stars and discovered some information that’ll surprise you. From Kash Doll to Dej Loaf, the city is populated by some very interesting characters. Take a look at some oddball facts about some of our biggest artists.


    Kash Doll’s $40,000 Night

    Kash Doll’s very open about her pre-rap career: she was an exotic dancer at Spinx Showgirls in Detroit, MI. She made a ton of money dancing in a not so typical fashion – she rapped more than actually danced. In an interview with The Fader, she revealed that her sets usually consisted of her walking back and forth on stage, reciting songs instead of focusing on moving her body. Her famous $26,000 night that she openly discusses was on one of these nights. In addition to that money though, she made more off the stage. The $26,000 figure that she talks about came from floor money only. At the door and the bar is where she racked up over $13,000 more. She said that the money was so high from the ground that it came up to her shin.


    Big Sean’s First Ode to Detroit Was Produced By A Superstar Producer Before His Time

    One of Detroit’s biggest artists who constantly brings light to his city is Big Sean. Over the course of his lengthy career, he’s crafted numerous odes to the city by providing realistic depictions of life there. In 2010, on his Finally Famous Vol. 3 mixtape, he released the largely under-the-radar “Hometown,” produced by Eliseo of Treal and, surprisingly, Metro Boomin – at the time, only 16 years old. Who would have guessed that Boomin would go on to become one of the biggest producers of this generation


    Tee Grizzley Read Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad

    Due to some crimes that Tee Grizzley’s not afraid to discuss in interviews, the 23-year-old rapper served a jail sentence that gave him time to get his head in a number of books. One of them was Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, Founder of Rich Dad company and real estate investor. The book serves as an entry point to financial understanding and gives detailed information on how to develop a millionaire mindset. It’s a recommended read by a number of self-improvement blogs and millionaires who cite the book as what gave them the start they need.


    Eastside Peezy Isn’t A Fan of Plastic Surgery on Women

    Nowadays, going under the plastic surgeon’s knife is something that people don’t hesitate to do. It’s become so commonplace in society that bodies modified by surgery have become the standard that natural bodies are judged again. Women often go under the knife to get their breasts or butts enhanced, usually sucking fat out of an area to enhance them. Implants also go in either area. Peezy, of Team Eastside, is a unique individual: he doesn’t like fake butts and never will. While he’s admitted to dealing with them in the past, he doesn’t prefer them.


    Dej Loaf Was A Janitor At A Chrysler Car Plant

    In 2014, Dej Loaf’s “Try Me” dominated air waves with its silky smoothness, Carribean influence, and bouncy vocals that made it a smash hit. The song catapulted her into stardom, landing her a deal with Columbia Records. Just a few months before the song took off, she worked as a janitor at a Chrysler plant in Detroit’s suburbs. She hated the job, but she kept it because it paid for studio time to record music. Eventually, she quit because, in the end, it just wasn’t worth it.

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