Ratings and Reviews
Only review ever done, but I promise this will be great, love Griz and everything he does and I know he won't disappoint
The World Just Doesn’t Know Whats up
His live show with the New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band was the most soulful show I have ever seen. Please just get the funk down.
The Funkiest Funk
I've been waiting for two months for this record to drop and today is the day!! Pick it up and get down!! But go to his website, and get it for free, or donate money to his cause and get the bonus track!
GRiZ is a Michigan-born electronic music producer and musician who has attracted an enormous live following, regularly playing major festivals and selling out headlining tours. Referring to his music as "future funk," GRiZ produces glitchy, energetic tracks with booming dubstep bass and elements of jazz, hip-hop, and soul. Born Grant Kwiecinski in Southfield, Michigan in 1990, he began playing alto saxophone and piano as a youth, and dropped out of Michigan State University in order to pursue a career as a musician. His debut album, End of the World Party, was released in 2011 by Mochipet's Daly City label, and its sample-heavy downtempo tracks made a splash online. The saxophone-wielding musician began supporting popular touring electronic acts such as Bassnectar and Pretty Lights, leading to his own successful headlining tours. His self-released second album, Mad Liberation, appeared in 2012, followed by the more socially conscious Rebel Era in 2013. His fourth album, 2015's Say It Loud, featured numerous guest vocalists (including Talib Kweli and Ivan Neville) and an increased presence of live instrumentation, working toward more of a vintage funk sound while remaining contemporary. GRiZ stuck with the organic funk approach for 2016's Good Will Prevail. His fifth album, it featured guest appearances from Eric Krasno, Big Gigantic, Muzzy Bear, and others. A remixed version of that album titled Good Will Continue arrived in the summer of 2017, followed in September by Chasing the Golden Hour, Pt. 2, a sequel to his 2015 mixtape of the same name. ~ Paul Simpson