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2017 Recap: Tee Grizzley’s Top Five Tracks

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This year was the coming out party for Tee Grizzley and his hardcore rap delivery. His single “First Day Out” became an international phenomenon, earning him the attention of millions of fans across the globe. He didn’t stop at his first taste of success; he kept pushing, releasing a steady stream of music for fans, carefully making sure not to oversaturate his growing pool of art. As 2017 closes, we look back at some of his best releases that truly show his ability to craft quality music.

Win

A quality piano riff can make for an incessant earworm of a song, one that causes tracks to play endlessly in the head for days at a time. This is the case with “Win” with the piano serving as a backdrop for Tee Grizzley to unleash a verbal assault like he usually does. Grizzley’s vocals help to offset some of the repetitions in the beat but they also compensate for it as well. He spits a dizzying assortment of bars spun in all directions, detailing his life and situations that make listeners nod their heads in agreement.

Teetroit

Anyone who’s been to Detroit and has gotten a taste of its street life knows of the horrors that many people have faced within. Grizzley chronicles these terrors, and the city’s bloody history, in “Teetroit.” The solemn single is dark, mysterious, and downright brutal. Its feature on the soundtrack for the film Detroit, which tells the story of the Algiers motel incident during the 12th street riot of 1967, indicates the power of music to intertwine with real events.

Secrets

It’s rare that we’re exposed to Grizzley’s more melodic side. On “Secrets” from his debut project My Moment, Grizzley croons about the skeletons in everyone’s closets; how do we keep them? This question manifests itself through a helping of verses where Grizzley tells about the secrets he’s holding and just how hard it is to live with that burden. The silky-smooth production sits back and lets Grizzley paint masterpieces with his words as the tools to do so.

Beef (ft. Meek Mill)

Meek Mill’s energetic appearance on tracks only elevates the power of the main artist(s). Tee Grizzley wisely enlisted the Philly-native to boost his own lyrical prowess on a cut that details what beef is and what happens to those unfortunate enough to partake in it with the two emcees. It’s a brisk cut that’s risky but ultimately works out fine. Both give standout performances that show they aren’t the people that you’d want to mess with.

From The D. To The A. (ft. Lil Yachty)

 

Being able to connect with a rap superstar, whilst you’re still coming up, and showing out over the same record can be a daunting task. In this case, Grizzley’s light years ahead of Yachty in terms of sheer rapping capability. How could he tame his self not to slaughter Yachty on the same track? Grizzley manages to succeed and pulls off the ultimate balancing act; not too excessively lyrical, but not streamlined enough to be considered mediocre. The track works to perfection as both artists play off of each other effectively, creating one of the best overall releases of 2017.

 

 

 

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Daily Mumble Magazine Poised To Make Massive Moves In 2021

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Daily Mumble is an American media and entertainment company based in Atlanta for youth culture which was founded as a bi-monthly magazine Daily Mumble by CEO and Founder Tonian Brown known as Morelifedad in January of 2020. The viral new platform reports on various pop culture topics ranging from best new music, noted rappers list, movies, and even sports. Daily Mumble reached over half a million unique users per month in early 2020. These impressions came across all of its owned and operated and partner sites, socials, and YouTube channels. The print magazine ceased publication with the first issue in February 2020.

Daily Mumble has been named by Business Insider as one of the Most Valuable Startups in Atlanta, and Most Valuable Private Companies in the World. Daily Mumble is now under the umbrella of Complex Networks.

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Daily Mumble is similar to Complex NetworksXXL, and The Fader

History

Daily Mumble was established in 2020 by the founder and CEO of the 2026 Music Group record label Tonian Brown. . As a print magazine aimed at providing the hip hop culture a report of the latest news, music, shows, and noted rappers without regard to race. The name Daily Mumble came about by developed to promote Hall Jr 2026 and the record label founded by both of the brothers. Website: Daily Mumble was an idea that was designed to create a youth magazine that supports notable rapper’s accomplishments with combined hip hop news and sports.

Annual Noted Rappers List

Lil WaynePost MaloneFutureLil BabyHall Jr 2026Young Thug,

Blazer BarbozaYoung DolphGunnaKevin GatesDaBabyYoungBoy Never Broke Again,

Lil DurkMeek MillKodak BlackYWN MellyRoddy Ricch

Website: https://www.dailymumble.com/home

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Baby Money drops ‘Speak On Me’

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Baby Money drops his new track, “Speak On Me,” and it an energetic declaration of riches. Sitting on some bleachers, Baby Money shows off his riches while showing that he can rap with the best of them. It’s a difficult feat, but he pulls it off effortlessly.

Watch “Speak On Me” below.

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Keloyay makes boss moves in “Make A Play”

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Keloyaya moves like a boss in “Make A Play.” He shows off what comes with this life of luxury as we see the houses and the cars that make his life a thrilling good time. He brings boastful raps that bring you right into the thrill of what he’s saying.

Watch the video for “Make A Play” below.

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