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Over the weekend, Big Sean performed a live show called “Finding Paradise” in front of a hometown crowd at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. During his set, Sean brought out a slew of guests, including Lil Wayne — who performed “A Milli” and “Rich as Fuck” — and fellow Motor City residents Eminem, Dej Loaf, Danny Brown, Royce da 5’9″ and Trick Trick. The aforementioned guests performed a rendition of last year’s “Detroit vs. Everybody”, which appeared on Eminem’s Shady XV compilation. Check out the full live performance after the jump.

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IAMSU! recruits Dej Loaf and K Camp for “Famous,” a new cut that’ll be appearing on the West Coast rapper’s forthcoming KILT 3. It’s a fun song that has all three rappers joining in and having a great time. Come on, it’s summer, lighten up! Listen to IAMSU!’s “Famous” after the jump.

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Well folks, your 215 XXL Freshman Class is here. As expected there’s plenty of talent on the list, with some already making serious moves. Of course, Fetty Wap has the #2 song in the country with “Trap Queen” and OG Maco recently inked a record deal with Motown/Universal. There’s also Vince Staples who has his debut album dropping soon. Check out a full list of the 2015 XXL Freshman Class after the jump.

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After dropping the official remix for his “Backflip” single featuring IAMSU!, Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Ferg Casey Veggies returns with “Tied Up.” The track, which is also said to appear on Veggies’ forthcoming Live & Grow album, features one Dej Loaf who also had a high profile remix out recently in “U Me & Hennessy (Remix)” featuring Lil Wayne. “Tied Up” is looking to be Casey Veggies’ aim at Top 40 success. Check it out after the jump.

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Once a year, Austin, TX transforms into a hotbed for fans to witness some of the greatest music showcases on earth during the annual SXSW Music Festival. This year was no exception as fans in attendance were able to see a myriad of live performances each day across all genres of music. iHipHop was on-hand to capture photos from some of the most monumental performances and parties throughout the city this year. For your viewing pleasure, click through this exclusive slideshow to check out photos from this year’s SXSW Music Festival. All photos by W. Suarez (MosiacNewYork).

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The Game and Dej Loaf seem to be onto something here. “Ryda,” which was initially titled “Ambitionz of a Rida” was premiered last week by DJ Skee/DASH Radio. Now it’s back under the shortened title “Ryda” and in full CDQ. The track is set to appear on The Game’s forthcoming The Documentary 2. Listen after the jump.

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The Game will be releasing the followup to his 2005 breakout album The Documentary later this year. For “Ambitionz of a Rida,” the album’s single features Detroit’s “Try Me” superstar Dej Loaf. The track was premiered by DJ Skee/DASH Radio earlier today, but you may stream it in full after the jump right now.

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Back in October Rich Homie Quan dropped the video for “Blah Blah Blah,” a track that first appeared on his breakout mixtape from 2013, I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In. The video finds Quan flexin’ alongside Young Thug and Birdman. Now Quan is unleashing the feature heavy remix with Fabolous, DeJ Loaf and Ty Dolla $ign. Peep the official “Blah Blah Blah” remix after the jump.

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On Monday December 8, 2014 Detroit’s newcomer Dej Loaf, best known for her smash hit “Try Me” hit the stage at SOB’s in nYC with Boldy James, Kiyanne, and Spank Jus Bizness. iHipHop was on hand to document the event. Click through this slideshow to see photos of the night’s event. All photos by Lauren Gesswein.

New Music: Lil Durk – “Try Me” (Remix)

 |  October 5, 2014
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Dej Loaf’s hit song “Try Me” has already been remixed by the likes of Wiz Khalifa and now Chiraq’s Lil Durk is jumping on the stellar DDS produced track. Lil Durk doesn’t do much as far as switching up his flow, instead mimicking Def Loaf’s slow and steady approach. This actually works in Durk’s advantage as the sedated flow allows the OTF spitter’s to come off loud and clear. Listen after the jump.

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