Icewear Vezzo Buys Out Detroit Public Bus Fares For New Album

Icewear Vezzo is celebrating his new album Reside From The 6 by giving again to his metropolis of Detroit in a means not too many rappers may need considered.

In keeping with the Detroit Free Press, riders on any of the east and west McNichols routes within the Motor Metropolis had been in a position to experience free via 6pm on the day of the album’s launch, Friday (February 2). Barcodes to obtain the album had been additionally out there alongside the routes.

The marketing campaign was created in collaboration with the Detroit Division of Transportation and Vezzo himself popped up at varied stops all through the day – as captured within the video under.

The 13-track Reside From The 6 follows 2022’s Paint The Metropolis and options appearances from DaBaby, Babyface Ray, YTB Fatt and Chuckie CEO.

Earlier this week, Icewear Vezzo referred to as out Benzino for dragging him into his reignited feud with Eminem.

In his diss track aimed toward Slim Shady referred to as “Rap Elvis”, the previous writer of The Supply journal referenced previous feedback made by Vezzo from a 2020 HipHopDX interview.

Benzino rapped on the observe: “Icewear Vezzo stated that Em don’t be displaying the town love/ Why you ain’t received no phrases for him, huh? He in your metropolis, bruh!”

Vezzo responded to the reference on Wednesday (January 31), saying in a video posted on Instagram: “Say, Benzino, it’s all gangsta, ya heard? I did fed time together with your large brother. However test it out, I don’t assume it made sense that you just introduced me up in a diss track for a number of causes.”

Icewear Vezzo Meets His 'Biggest Inspiration' Eminem Despite 'Out Of Touch' Comments

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He continued: “Primary, I don’t second nothing you stated. And quantity two, I’m by no means going in opposition to a n-gga from my metropolis for a n-gga from one other metropolis. I don’t go in opposition to the grain, we don’t transfer like that. I feel you bought the mistaken impression of Detroit, Michigan and of who I’m.”

He additionally defended his aforementioned remarks about Eminem and praised the rap legend as a “high 5 lyricist useless or alive.”

“Holmes ain’t gotta make no diss songs to say nothing again to me ’trigger I ain’t disrespect or discredit who he’s,” he added. “What he did would possibly by no means get achieved once more. Holmes high 5 lyricists useless or alive. That shit not even controversial or debatable. And he put n-ggas on from his space.”

Vezzo’s feedback had been co-signed by Royce Da 5’9″, who posted the video on his personal Instagram web page together with a saluting face emoji.


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