Tee Grizzley joins us for an exclusive interview about planning post-prison, setting goals and more.
Tee Grizzley's been making waves for a minute now but, in the last year, it feels like he's been everywhere. 2017 saw the release of his debut mixtape My Moment and he closed out the year with his joint project with Lil Durk, Bloodas. He's continuously fed the streets new music on the regular including his latest single, "Don't Even Trip" featuring Moneybagg Yo. He's gearing up to drop his next mixtape Still My Moment which will be followed by his debut album, Activated. He recently joined us for an exclusive in-depth interview where he spoke on Detroit music, getting locked up, his come-up and more.
Tee Grizzley's gone through a lot in his life which is why the authenticity in his music resonates with people across the globe. His experience in the streets has helped him maneuver through a shady industry. The rapper explained that for a lot of people going through the struggle, having something to look forward to is the way to get out of it. For Tee, his incarceration was a setback. However, after one of his homies told him he wasn't doing that much time and that he'd be able to get back in the rap game, he came out of the jail at full force. He refers to his first studio session after his release as the "title match" he won.
In the interview, he also speaks on his upbringing, Detroit's rap scene and more.
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