Grieves has been steadily churning out dope singles over the course of the last few weeks, and I have to say I have been bumping quite a lot of his music, in general, to compliment my mind state as it is right now. His music resonates with me. What can I say?
Let The Devil In though is on another level. The sentiment here is just dopeness. He showcases a more unheralded lyrical talent here which I like, as he is known for his emotional content, and brilliant songwriting. Here is a more raw look at the lyrical prowess of one of our favorite emcees.
Grieves is back with some newness, and I have actually been sharing a lot of craft about town locally these days. He just has that knack for hitting on feelings and issues that everyone has gone through at some point. A maestro of emotion we shall call him. So enjoy this new cut with his brethren Greater Than as they involve that crazy chick we have all grown to love to hate haha.
Grieves’ music always resonates with me. His perspectives on relationships and life just hit home. And this is yet another song of his that I will have on repeat for quite sometime.
I can’t even hear em’ anymore…don’t even make a difference at all?
I just got done listening to this Greater Than’s self-titled album, this afternoon. I thought it was really quite boom-bastic. For those of you who are not in the know, Greater Than is made up of Seattle artists, Grynch, Fearce Vill, and Grieves.
The first thing I want to make mention of is that Grieves does not rhyme on the album, but produces. And his chops behind the boards are impressive. I mean he crafted some delicious rhythms. I didn’t realize that he could get down like that.
Grinch and and Fearce Vill definitely represent well on the lyrical level as well. Both lyrically and visually catching bodies over the track Fine Wine. If you are feeling this joint than undoubtedly you will feel the rest.
Very few artists tackle relationships and emotion like Grieves. And the perfect example here is this video for, Faded.
If you vibe with Grieves, then check out his latest album, Running Wild, from where this song comes from.
Here’s the video for the single, Rx, which we featured just a few weeks ago, from his forthcoming album, Running Wild, which is due out in August. I will let the video do the talking here, but Grieves continues to connect with fans new and old with topics people can easily relate to.
Grieves is one of those artists that has the ability to connect with his audience. His emotion fills his music and that makes him extremely relatable to a lot of people. Rx is a deeply honest reflection on the safety we seem to find in our addictions. The prescription can also be found for for those that have been missing his music. That is at least until his forthcoming album, Running Wild, drops later this summer.
Grieves makes some GREAT music. This song is just another testament to that. Shreds also gives us some great visuals. It’s not your typical low budget ‘sitting-on-your-front-porch-rapping’ type of steez. His new album, Winter & the Wolves drops on March 25th.
I never post YouTube video as singles. I think that’s cheating, but I thought this single from Transit was pretty special. It also features Grieves on both the mic and on the production. Really dope content. You download the single on iTunes now and you can look to cop his album, Stale, on January 5th.
Grieves and Prof have so much charisma on this track. They dropped this Halloween preamble a couple of days ago and it’s definitely something you can play well into and after the witching hour. Really fun, playful, and all around dope.