Ballin! Tee Grizzley stunts like no other in his Half Tee Half Beast album’s new video. Shot by Jolo, the video follows the Detroit rapper flaunts his money, luxury cars and iced-out jewels, including his signature custom Tee pendant.
The saga continues. Fresh off the release of his Half Tee Half Beast, Tee Grizzley continues his “Robbery” trilogy with his third installment. In the aftermath the crime from Part 1 and the indictment in Part 2, the cinematic clip continues with Tee doing his time in the penitentiary.
Tee Beastly. Tee Grizzley goes untamed on his fourth album, Half Tee Half Beast. For the Detroit rapper’s first project since last year’s Built For Whatever album, Half Tee Half Beast unleashes 17 tracks including the introspective “Afterlife“, the menacing “Beat The Streets“, and the flamboyant track, “Buss It All Down“. Other tracks include “Robbery … Read moreAlbum: Tee Grizzley ‘Half Tee Half Beast’
Game over. After bringing their “Afterlife” earlier this year, Tee Grizzley and producer JR Rotem’s got the block on lock with their latest collaboration. Over JR Rotem’s eerie beat, the accompanying cinematic visual finds Tee Grizzley running through his street cred and detailing the perseverance of its downfalls.
Game over. After bringing their “Afterlife” earlier this year, Tee Grizzley and producer JR Rotem’s got the block on lock with their latest collaboration, “Beat The Streets”. Over JR Rotem’s eerie beat, Tee Grizzley runs through his street cred and details his perseverance of the downfalls.
Tee Grizzley does a two-for-one with a pair of videos off his Built For Whatever LP. In the pair of Krispy Kam-directed visuals, Tee Grizzley crashes a pool party and robs the joint for “Mad At Us”. Segueing into the partial animated “Less Talking More Action”, the Detroit rapper delivers menacing bars from the gym … Read moreVideo: Tee Grizzley “Mad At Us/Less Talking More Action”
Yup! Tee Grizzley’s fresh in his white tee in his Built For Whatever‘s new video featuring Allstar Lee and Boss Mu. From the studio to the Dior store, the trio turn up in their crispy white designers in a warehouse full of money, colored lights, and strippers.
Built to trap. Tee Grizzley makes trapping look easy in his Built For Whatever‘s new video. In the clip, Tee Grizzley puts in his share of dirty work while advising his opps to throw in the towel. Tee’s got it covered.
No beat, no problem. Tee Grizzley celebrated the release of his Built For Whatever album at Power 106 with the LA Leakers. Put in the hot seat, the Detroit MC kicked an acapella rap where he touched on family, the opps, success, police brutality, and more.
Amen. Tee Grizzley’s “Built For Whatever” in the matching visuals to his new album’s title track. For the introspective anthem, the Detroit rapper details his perseverance during his studio sessions, family time, walks through the city and through the eyes of his virtual video game.