Tee Grizzley is carving out a lane as one of Detroit's most exciting young voices. While continuing to build off the foundation set by My Moment and the still-relevant "First Day Out," Grizzley has officially unleashed one of his most immediate singles thus far. Premiering as Zane Lowe's "World Record," Tee Grizzley has dropped off "God's Warrior," a spiritual successor to February's "God First." Taking to a dynamic instrumental from Timbaland and more, Grizzely reveals his healthy balance between gangster and gentleman. "I'm not going to snatch your chain, I'm going to take it off politely," he raps, "so when I go back to sell it, it's not damaged not even slightly."
Grizzley's ice-hearted charisma carries forward throughout, propelled by the sinister visuals and his own unflinching demeanor. When he utters a threat, there's commitment behind it, making "God's Warrior" all the more convincing. Do yourself a favor, and give this one a thorough listen. It's no wonder the new Detroit movement holds Tee Grizzley in high esteem, as do we. Hopefully, Tee Grizzley continues to drop off heat at a consistent basis, as the game could always use another project from the Detroit spitter.
I'm not going to snatch your chain, I'm going to take it off politely
So when I go back to sell it, it's not damaged not even slightly
Raised around killers, that's how I'm cut
Find out where you stay, go and shoot the house up
Lay in the bush till your legs lock up,
Whoever walks outside first, drop some