Fmb Dz has today released his new video for the track titled ‘Dear Fans’ from his latest album ‘P Rock Baby’. As a message to his fans, a letter actually, it feels a mix of gratitude and confessional. The good, bad, and ugly, and everything in between and all around, all wrapped up into a few minutes of music setting the attitude and the drive from the artist to the fans.

Personal is always the best way to get someone in the feels.

About ‘Dear Fans’

FMB DZ worked his way from the streets of Detroit to the top of his city’s rap scene with no-nonsense bars. Offering practical advice to those trying to follow in his footsteps, DZ shares “Dear Fans,” the latest video from his recent album P-Rock Baby. Sending a message to his most loyal supporters, DZ lets everyone know what time it is, revealing that the secret to his success is always keeping it 100: “Never been a yes man, always had the best hand,” he says. In the video, the Plymouth Road resident mobs with his closest friends, showing his fans and the rest of the world how they roll in the 313.

“Dear Fans” is a highlight from P Rock Baby, FMB DZ’s hard-hitting new album. Spanning 13 tracks, P Rock Baby gets its title from the local term for Plymouth Road, or P Rock, a thoroughfare in Detroit that runs from the heart of downtown out to the suburbs. The street is a microcosm for all that Detroit has to offer, from the city’s largest public pool to Coney Island diners and more. Featuring guest appearances from fellow Detroit rhymers like Sada Baby, BabyTron, Icewear Vezzo, and The Glockboy, P Rock Baby is available everywhere via Fast Money Boyz / EMPIRE.

About Fmb Dz

Detroit is going through its latest Rap renaissance with a host of new talented voices emerging across a unified city. FMB DZ is quickly making a bid as one of Motown’s new leaders, with millions of views and listens. With a new EMPIRE-distributed project on the way, the FastMoneyBoyz Ent flagship artist is giving the fans more music to celebrate amidst his booming career.

Featured image by Emilio Miguel Diaz Erik Saevi.