The latest feature from Booth regular and marijuana enthusiast Curren$y might be named after the Grizzly bear, but there are several differences between him and the great white shark of the forest. For example, while a grizzly bear climbs high into trees, Curren$y uses trees to climb higher (if you get my drift). Spitta brings along Jet Life artist Young Roddy for this unattached loosie, even giving him the go ahead to kick off the cut with a nasally flow similar to Curren$y’s blunted tone. Priest Andretti keeps the kushed out vibe coolin, engulfing the hazy, minimalist boardwork of AJ Beats in a cloud of smoke with his crumbling, finessed flow. While unbearably good, Grizzly is not (yet) attached to a larger release.
Written by Lucas G. on 06/21/13
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