D12 Feat. Trick Trick - "I Made It" Video (NSFW)

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Here's a freshly released video from local rap veterans D12 and Trick Trick for their song "I Made It." It's noticeable at times that within the conversations regarding who is most popular and most talented within Detroit hip-hop these days that D12 and Trick Trick don't usually get mentioned. It sort of depends on who you talk to realistically but one gets the sense with this new music video that Trick and D12 are trying to change that.

On "I Made It," both are up to their usual ways with crazy raps about shooting folks and not taking shit from anyone. Half of the video is shot in a Detroit strip club (anybody know which one?) and features silly antics like Trick Trick holding up a replica of Yung Berg's chain that he famously stole a couple of years ago and folks stealing everything from watches to Newport cigarettes. You will see a set of bare breasts (it is a strip club after all) and notice that Bizarre is looking skinnier these days. There's no Eminem appearance in this video but the antics are definitely Shady Records worthy.

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