Detroit's Tee Grizzley and Chicago's own Lil Durk partner up for "Bloodas."
Mixing compelling lyricism with an intense melodicism, Detroit's Tee Grizzley and Chicago's Lil Durk breath new life into Midwestern street rap. Teaming up for a no-nonsense, lyrical full-length, the Grizzly and the Vulture share Bloodas.
Throughout the project, Durk and Tee Grizzley pledge allegiance to the grind, extolling the values of hard work and decrying anyone who hasn't earned success. Though there's plenty of tough talk, especially on the intense single "What Yo City Like?," which debuted last week on WorldStarHipHop, the two emcees always return to the subject of family, brothers, and treasuring the ones you trust. With production from Chopsquad DJ, the new project is a dynamic showcase for the two emcees, as Tee Grizzley's fast-talking lyrical realism meshes brilliantly with Durk's soaring melodies and infectious cadences.
To accompany Bloodas, the two rappers share "Flyers Up," an anthemic new video single directed by Jerry Productions. A minor-key banger perfectly suited for the whip or the strip club, "Flyers Up" is a statement of solidarity from the two rappers, affirming the duo's superiority in their cities' streets, while acknowledging that they have enemies that want to deny their shine. In the video, Lil Durk and Tee Grizzley mobbing in the studio with some of the finest ladies in the Great Lakes region, throwing money and having a blast.