He apparently blew a 0.08, according to police chief James Craig.
A dumbfounding new documentary explores the institutional horror story of Detroit's Richard Wershe Jr. a.k.a. White Boy Rick.
The iconic techno DJ, real name Kenny Dixon Jr., posted a distressing video to Instagram of Highland Park officers aiming rifles at him.
The film is now up on Brown's website, a full year after it was supposed to hit Apple Music.
The drummer-singer-producer's “Started Out” sits somewhere between 80s Chicago house and what you might stick on an Uber AUX at 4AM.
"We were moving like 60 keys a week. I brought in my dad and my stepbrother and we were off and running."
The Detroit festival remains one of the most forward thinking festivals in America.
On his scatological "Caterpillar" verse, Marshall Mathers insists that "The boom bap is coming back." Also: "Poop is my suit."
The skirmishes have hit the streets of Atlanta, Milwaukee, Greensboro, and Detroit, and have potentially claimed two lives.
The legendary artist is famous for his photo-realistic drawings of gay men enjoying sex.
Ahead of the Detroit band’s Australia and New Zealand tour we had a chat about the Bad Boys and blowing up stadiums.
Sir Mikey Rocks and Chuck Inglish inspired a generation of young rappers when they emerged a decade ago. Now, after years away, they're back with 'Special Edition Grand Master Deluxe.' They're still streets ahead.