Lil Durk and Tee Grizzley are two of the best street rappers in the Mid-West, and they've teamed up for a joint project called Bloodas released Friday. The project opens with the title track, which sets the stage for the raw, featureless back-and-forth we hear throughout the album.
The two have a chemistry not unlike Step Brothers Starlito and Don Trip, using the disparity in their natural deliveries to their advantage, but also constantly challenging each other when it comes to writing the best verse. Bloodas is one of the hardest, most confrontational records on the project, with both sounding urgent as ever. While both Durk and Grizzley have proven themselves to be competent singers, melody is not the focus on the blazing opener, and we wouldn't have it any other way.
Listen to the full project here.
These n---as think they so hard
Pull they hoe card
Twin glocks blow his toes off
Knock his clothes off
Hundred racks in my Goyard
Resting so long
Bitches, can't come in here
Unless they cut their phones off