Unsurprisingly given the often-introspective content of his bars, Grieves is a man who values his alone time. Thankfully, the Rhymesayers emcee isn’t too much of a Recluse to feed his hungry fanbase with the occasional video single. Follow-up to the reader-approved Serpents, this record finds the Seattle emcee singing and rapping the praises of solitude over a woozy keyboard groove produced by the artist in conjunction with project collaborator B. Lewis. Maria Juranic directs the official visuals, premiered earlier today via Onion A/V. For Recluse and much more, cop Winter & the Wolves, available now in stores and online.
Written by richard on 07/15/14
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