His latest single, “Peaks & Pitfalls,” imparts the ultimate enrapture: A nostalgic rap-type beat, produced by Latrell James, paired with an elevated hook, “I know with all the peaks they’ll be pitfalls / Just don’t quit y’all,” a track you have no choice but to get a GRIP on.
The mellifluous track is the latest of GRIP‘s recent string of singles this year, following the release of his EP, Proboscidea (2020), and the “defiant” album we still have on heavy rotation, SNUBNOSE(2019).
GRIP maintains his authenticity track-in track-out, a pure lyrical incendiary – spitting the rhymes that ignite the substances of survival, aspiration, and all-in-between, the East Atlanta native is one-of-a-kind and we’re right here for it.
Hailing from the same East Atlanta streets that has molded the likes of Gucci Mane, Future, and21 Savage, rapper Cluu brings a nuance vision to Atlanta’s music scene. The release of ‘Happy Homicides‘ is the fourth single release from his debut mixtape “RDBS” due out in January.
Produced by Cashmoney AP, the bounce of piano keys mixed with deep bass and wavy acoustic samples falls in line with typical pieces that D.R.A.M or Lil Yachty would be featured on. Gratefully, Cluu elects to keeps the bars on deck as well.
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Other singles (Cool as Cluu, Udigg, Back Door) have garnered thousands of streams via Apple Music and Soundcloud. It’s with ease that one can accept his craft as being officially, official. With an incredible ear for production, everything Cluu has touched so far is a banger. ‘Happy Homicides‘, laced with a compelling hook and that knock which most southerners love, is a jam that you’ll never want to end. Hit the play button and leave a comment to let a young hustler know your thoughts.