Earlly Mac's Goes Inside the Verse + The Origins of Finally Famous (Video)


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"I feel something different in the ozone / a difference so intense I can't shake it / the remnants of the taste got you lookin naked." 

For the latest episode of our Inside the Verse video series, Detroit fast-riser Earlly Mac sits down in our offices to talk about his deeply narrative track EVE, off his recently released God Knows EP. A song brave enough to delve into Genesis deserves a detailed breakdown from the artist, and I don't know if you can truly appreciate the track without Earlly's commentary. 



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And then as an added bonus, Earlly talks about the origins of the Finally Famous crew, which was in full effect well before Big Sean ever dropped his album, and talks about the origins of his hit song "Do It Again" with Sean and A$AP Ferg. Detroit, stand up.  

For more from Stevenson be sure to check out his recently released EP, Dirty Laundry, and subscribe to DJBoothTV for more episodes of Inside the Verse

[Video and editing by Erikson Corniel.]