The newest trio to emerge from Dade County, Grind Mode, is actually a group of previously-experienced artists. McKlezie was formerly the front man for the Iconz (Slip-N-Slide‘s former group of Get F*cked Up fame), Chaos was the hype man for rapper Bishop, and Hunger steps into the limelight after years on his own grind. Ready to test the mid-major waters, thanks to a deal with Universal Republic, the 305 alliance has chosen to launch the remix to their underground hit I’m So High. In the vein of most rap remixes, the original beat and verses are maintained and a simplistic, yet unqiue (does anyone remember who Sam Snead is anymore?) verse by fellow Floridian Rick Ross is added. Grind Mode should feel fortunate that they have such club-ready production to give I’m So High massive spins.
Written by Burmy on 01/1/08
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