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New Song: Twonbeatz & GRIP – “The Past”




Back in October, 2022, GRIP dropped a mixtape called “5 & A F*** You,” the follow-up project of his Shady Records debut album, titled “I Died For This?!,” which featured guest appearances from AHYES, Marco Plus, Wara and Tate228.

The East-Atlanta rapper originally intended to record an EP in a week, but instead ended up extending the project to mixtape length, letting it run its proper course. You can feel the emotion in his voice when he raps: “The day Em spit me my lyrics, I knew I really made it / To have him and Royce on my album, that shit feel amazin’/ ‘Cause they giants in my eyes, residin’ where I aim to be / Remember buyin’ they CD and now they give me game for free.”

After “Cook Up” and “The F Word,” GRIP has recently dropped the music video of “94 Flow,” featuring AHYES. The song is produced by Latrell James and its chorus references to A Tribe Called Quest song, titled “Oh My God.”

After that, GRIP came back again with The Radar Freestyle, spitting over Peezy’s “2 Million Up” instrumental. In the original song, the Detroit’s own Peezy references Eminem with the following lines: “Hit your house party, f–_ it up, we misbehavin’ / Gotta keep an eye on my n–_a Slim cause he Shady.”

Yesterday, the Shady Records hitman teamed up with Twonbeatz, a man who is uncredited producer on Grammy-winning song “King’s Dead” performed by Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar and Future from Marvel Studios superhero film Black Panther and Jay Rock’s third solo studio album Redemption.

You can bump the new single “The Past” below: