While we wait on Derrick Rose’s return to the hardwood, Griff lets loose a public service announcement. He’s back, Rose is back, we’re all back. The return is real. Check out its soundtrack directly below.
Also, Griffen launched his new website today, Griffen312, so when you get a chance, drop by and check it out.
Produced by Ja’Gane
Something from the vaults from the Griff, who is currently in the lab working on the Facemob compilation, which is due out this spring.
Check out “Speedballin” below. Pump your brakes.
Something new from Griff to say goodbye to the year of the dragon. Here he takes Future’s “Neva End” and makes it his own. See you on the other side.
Every Wednesday for the entire month of October, producer Grant Parks will be releasing a new joint. The 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and the finale will impact on Halloween. Now that’s a scary sight. These will all be available with additional tracks on 10/31 for Grants compilation, Season of the Beats.
Today Grant and the Coalmine camp kick off the Halloween season with “Circulatin” featuring Griffen. ‘Tis the season.
When you saw the “x Sade” in the title, you may have thought Griff actually tracked down the beautiful recluse, and was able to nab her for a duets album. Well, that’s not exactly the case, but Griff and producer Bionik have taken some of Sade’s best ‘sounds’ and flipped them in to beats to rap over. You get the concept, right? I always enjoy these type of flips, so you can count on me diving into the album. If you remember correctly, Griff and Bionik did this three years ago over Prince samples (download that here).
Hit the jump to check out The Paradise.
ANTiERTHANG first announced this project all the way back in December, and today they finally unleash it in its completed form. 10 new tracks from the super-group of Griffen, Vic Spencer and the artist formerly known as Big Wiz. Three impeccable spitters give us a cohesive project with inspired bars with slick production to match.
Stream their dream below. No reason to be anti this.
“We just got tired of the friendly state of hip-hop. Like, MC’s would rather compliment each other on their shoes than to see who got better rhymes. It’s all geared towards clubbin and sex, which is cool…but what about the bars?” says Griffen, “We have a supreme appreciation for lyrics and like-minded attitudes towards the art itself…If what’s popular right now is all you’re rockin wit — then we’re Anti-That. Basically.”
Produced by M.Stacks
Stacks gives Griff a calm, cool and collected soundscape for him to wax poetic over. Bert Kenerson and the V-I-C jump down as featured guests on this new joint, that will appear on the Griffster’s upcoming street album that is due out this fail. You can justify this one.
Produced by Eric Kovacs
Vic Spencer, Griff and Fatboi have formed like Voltron to create the ANTiERTHANG collective. Yep, a super group of sorts. This is the second link from their street album which drops on August 20th. You can’t be anti-that.