Washtenaw My Brother’s Keeper releases intergenerational hip-hop album, “Formula 734”
For several months, a group of about a dozen participants ranging in age from teens to 40s met every other Wednesday at either the Neutral Zone’s studio in Ann Arbor or Grove Studios in Ypsilanti. Participants were eligible for a free dinner and a small stipend for their participation, funded by an Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation grant.
The group had several songs completed and thought they had reached their last session, but in late February they decided to create a few more tracks to round out the album. Then the pandemic hit.