Neisha Neshae Represents For Detroit on 'White Sticks': Listen

Kenny Wilson
Neisha Neshae

D-town stand up.

After making waves on the Detroit music scene with her breakout record “On A Cloud,” Neisha Neshae is back with her latest track “White Sticks,” and it’s a certified banger.

The JeiWes The Soundman-produced track does good on Neshae's self-proclaimed title of the “queen of R&B and trap” as she effortlessly flows over the synth-heavy beat with lines like, "Can’t you see I pull the strings like a mandolin / Make my money touch the ceiling like a chandelier."

Speaking on the meaning of the title “White Sticks,” Nesahe tells Billboard, “The title is another term for Cartier Buffalo Horn glasses, aka Buffs. In Detroit these glasses represent royalty and some level of success.” She continues, “I'm originally from Ypsi but the past few years I've spending a lot of time in Detroit working on my music. Over that time I was able to see firsthand the importance of Buffs to the culture of the city.”

Outside of repping the D on her tracks, Neisha Nesahe will be helping Big Sean rep the mitten on his upcoming I Decided Tour. The dates on which she'll be opening for Sean are below.

3/30 - St. Paul, MN

3/31 - Chicago, IL

4/01 - Detroit, MI

4/02 - Toronto, ON

4/04 - Boston, MA

4/07 - Wallingford, CT

4/08 - Silver Spring, MD

4/11 - New York, NY

4/12 - Philadelphia, PA

4/14 - Charlotte, NC

4/15 - Myrtle Beach, SC

4/16 - Raleigh, NC

4/18 - Atlanta, GA

4/19 - Tampa, FL

4/20 - Miami, FL