I just dropped my First real album today 11/20/20 , I’m from west Philadelphia I been rapping for about 3 years but just recently got serious about it , I feel like I got the talent and I have the mindset to make it happen. I feel like I deserve to be not the goat but at least one of the greats , or just leave a mark on this world for when I go I have a legacy behind me like Xxxtentacion did. It’s all about your mindset I know personally that I have to make it by any means necessary, no matter the cost , it’s the only thing I have going for me in life I can’t imagine living a normal life with all this talent wasting it wouldn’t sit well in my heart or my soul. If I can’t make it I may have to take my own life if I’m being honest my love for people I just want to be that symbol that person people can connect with and I want fans to talk to and shows to rock out with , I just want that lifestyle and plus my moms deserves the world , I’m not really into the money but anything I make she’d definitely get that , I’m good as long as I can preform and make people happy I’d be good. I feel like musically I know I don’t make music that’s relative I kinda like to make stuff people can get hype too and really listen to the lyrics to notice the bars and the little slick things I say that you may not hear on a first run listen ya dig. And to only be 17 (18 soon 3 months down) I feel like my mindset is in the perfect head space . I wanna make my music for the people yeah but I always want to inform the kids that just because that’s what we’re rapping about doesn’t mean it’s cool to go do , I feel like we need more influencers who can really help diverse the kids from what’s real and what’s not because at the end of the day , we’re actors were performers this is for entertainment purposes only nothing more nothing less , and if it is more you need to get away from that life the moment you come up on this one
My new album is called Whole Lotta London. I actually came up with the concept 2 years prior but fell out of rapping and therefore scrapping the idea, but when I returned to it and started putting out singles I figured what better way to break out then by letting the people listen to my old file, granted all the songs on the album are new (2020) made but just the concept of not having a generalized sound for the album just a merge of different concepts sad happy loving anger a bunch of different emotions to feel during this album and I hope people Enjoy it I really do.
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Grizzly Beatz is an American Hip Hop Producer from Los Angeles, CA. He has produced for Curren$y, Dizzy Wright, Hopsin, Gatorade, Chief Kamachi, Nike, Activision and more.