Given the song's title, it's clear that Sean is rapping about his "Hometown" of Detroit. You'll see some key footage from Downtown Detroit and the Cass Corridor plus shots from his sold out show at The Fillmore several months ago. He's naturally wearing a Red Wings hat as he shouts out spots around the city like Dexter and Joy Road or Chalmers and Jefferson. Repping Detroit may be trendy right now, but this doesn't feel like a gimmick. Check it out.
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