(Detroit, MI) - Life in the streets always has complications from day to day, but over the years the game has gotten more and more complicated. As this video will tell you, with so many snitches an rats in the game, most of the real hustlers are locked up.
But while the the real ones are few and far between, Detroit emcee Leek Hustle prides himself on maintaining a work ethic unmatched by most hustlers.
Growing up in a rough situation in Detroit, Leek Hustle looks back on those days an inspiration for his 100 MG movement that continues to make waves on Detroit's Hip-Hop scene.
"Our movement 100MG started about a year or two ago, me my cousin basically just wanted to give people that real raw, not lollipop rap,"Leek Hustle explains. "From lyrics to storytelling to the trap to talking about relationships with women, it's me, it's genuine and it's 100% authentic as you can tell."
After opening up for a host of big acts across the Midwest, Leek Hustle has developed a movement respected for their ambition and street acumen. In his most recent video for "Trappin Forreal" the Detroit trap rapper shares his world through the eyes of video director Jerry PHD who also directed Dej Loaf's "Try Me" visual.
"The video director Jerry PHD also shot Dej Loaf's "Try Me," we shot the video on Detroit's West-Side, and just tried to bring my 'hood to life," Leek Hustle explained.
Leek Hustle's Hustle Mann project is due out at the top of the year.