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Taking its title from a clothing line founded by Tommey Walker, "Detroit vs. Everybody" is a posse cut where each included Detroit rapper explains how they managed to rise above the struggle to stardom from their hometown while still representing it. The song received positive reviews from music critics who called it one of the best tracks off the album. The accompanying music video for the song, directed by Syndrome, was shot in black-and-white showing various locations in Detroit. In a review of "Detroit vs. Everybody" for Rolling Stone , writer Kory Grow outlined that the song features "Several generations of the Motor City's most vital rhymers [revisiting] the struggle they rose above to break out of their hometown while still defending it", with lead artist Eminem reminiscing about his "pre-megastar days". Media response to "Detroit vs. Everybody" was generally positive. Kory Grow of Rolling Stone awarded the single three out of five stars, describing the song as "an appropriately reflective coda " for Shady XV and praising the performances in particular of Eminem and Big Sean, the latter of whom's verse he claimed "hits hardest".
Also, I know a bunch of Mormons that say they are, but don't act like it. As your future self, I say this with the utmost respect and admiration: Two peas in a pod. I am literally too lazy to get up and get the computer. Maybe watch "Going Clear" with her. Don't let her try to bring in the missionaries to explain; remind her that she is an RM and knows all they do and probably much more. Disney gives them the fantasy where they can easily achieve a standard of perfection with low risk.