GRiZ has made his soulful return to digital frontlines with a double-dose of his boogie emblem. In 2018, GRiZ has been wowing funk-friendly crowds close to and much, at hallowed venues like Chicago’s Navy Pier and Red Rocks, with the assistance of his newly instated 15-piece dwell band.
The two new tracks, “It Gets Better” and “Can’t Get Enough,” mark the top of a 12 months of launch dormancy for the longstanding hallmark within the digital circuit. The latter of choices ushers in GRiZ’s inaugural vocal show, because the Denver-based producer delivers his personal rap verse, over a bout of his characteristically glitchy guitar riffs. Choral complement runs abound in “It Gets Better,” which options the GRiZ-adjacent proponent of all issues “love and positivity,” Virginian rapper, D.R.A.M.. Both tracks match neatly inside GRiZ’s perpetual good-time area—whereas he continues to stretch into previously untapped inventive reservoirs.