Detroit, MI – Mello Music Group producer Apollo Brown has been relatively quiet since the release of his Joell Ortiz collaboration record Mona Lisa late last year.

Spare for a couple of production credits on Ortiz’s latest release Monday, the 39-year old has been, for the most part, off the Hip Hop radar this year. All of that changed on Thursday (September 12th) when Brown announced his new album Sincerely, Detroit, centered around his beloved Motor City.

The Michigan native took to Twitter to break the news along with revealing the release date tweeting, “…NEW ALBUM coming 10/29… “Sincerely, Detroit” featuring 56 of your favorite Detroit Artists.” In the same post, Brown dropped his first single off the release “God Help Me,” featuring frequent collaborator Black Milk, Ketchphraze, & DJ Los.

The single is available on streaming platforms worldwide and linked below. Brown also revealed the cover art for the album in a follow-up tweet several hours later.

According to Mello Music Group’s website, the album is “a love letter to the culture,” of Detroit and will feature everyone from legends of the scene to hungry newcomers. The 21-track project will include contributions from Elzhi, Slum Village, Boldy James, Trick Trick, Guilty Simpson, Clear Soul Forces and Royce Da 5’9”, among others.

You can pre-order the album on Mello Music Group’s website right now and get ready to hear the Motor City’s elite when it drops on (October 29th).