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Tee Grizzley Releases Visual For “White Dior Tee” Ft. Allstar Lee & Boss Mu Off Of Built For Whatever Album 

Multi-platinum rapper Tee Grizzley releases the music video for “White Dior Tee” ft. Allstar Lee and Boss Mu from his latest album Built For Whatever. On the song, the three Detroit natives join forces on the hard-hitting drill beat, a sound that has become synonymous throughout the midwest music scene. Starting off strong, with the first verse Tee craftily announces the signing of Allstar Lee to his imprint Grizzly Gang Music via 300 Entertainment. Mirroring Tee’s enthusiasm Allstar Lee backs up the rappers claims on his verse stating “Shirt cost a G, Shoes Cost a G n***a/ And add another 300, I gotta deal shoutout 300”. Allstar Lee joins Baby Grizzley as Tee continues to build an ever talented roster for Grizzley Gang Music.
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Tee Grizzley to Hip-Hop Artists: ‘Everybody Should Have Life Insurance [VIDEO]

*Rapper Tee Grizzley took to social media recently to encourage fellow artists to get life insurance to protect their families and assets. “So look, right. As rappers, as successful Black men from the trenches, bro. We the number one target and we the least prepared, you feel me? So, I feel like everybody should have life insurance. I need everybody to go get life insurance if you ain’t got it. If you got kids, I need you to get a will set up, bro, for your kids, bro,” he stated in an Instagram Live session, as reported by Love B. Scott.
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Tee Grizzley Urges His Fellow Rappers To Invest In Life Insurance

Tee Grizzley is a few weeks removed from his latest project, Built For Whatever. The effort is the Detroit rapper’s seventh project since 2017 and it’s one that saw him work with the likes of King Von, Quavo, YNW Melly, Lil Tjay, Baby Grizzley, G Herbo, Big Sean, Babyface Ray, and Young Dolph. It also arrived after he joined Lil Yachty on his Michigan Boat Boy mixtape. While some might expect his focus to be on the project and its promotion, Grizzley took a second to speak about something he deems as important and a topic that fellow rappers need to look into.

Tee Grizzley Comes Through WIth "Built To Last" Video

Tee Grizzley recently delivered his new album Built For Whatever, a project with featured guest appearances from Big Sean, King Von, Lil Durk, Quavo, YNW Melly, and G Herbo. Today, the Detroit rapper came through to deliver some new visuals for "Built To Last," brought to life by Krispy Kam. For the most part, the clip focuses entirely on Grizzley, allowing the rapper ample space to emote -- unsurprising given the lyrical subject matter at hand.

Tee Grizzley – “Built To Last”

Tee Grizzley is “Built To Last” in his latest video. In his Built For Whatever visual, he details his brother Baby Grizzley‘s recent incarceration, who was indicted on a federal gun charge back in January 2021. He also debuts his newborn son, who arrived in February, and opens up on being a father for the first time.

Tee Grizzley Drops "Built For Whatever" Ft. Big Sean, King Von, Lil Durk, Quavo, G Herbo

When a troll tried to get under Tee Grizzley's skin, the Detroit rapper kept his cool. "You fell off," a Twitter user wrote to the rapper last month. Grizzley simply responded, "I made it out tho bro that was the goal." Tee Grizzley has been moving carefully in the industry, forging relationships with his fellow artists and linking for collaborations that continue to help him build his empire. On Friday (May 7), he shared his latest album Built For Whatever, a project that shows he has reached his goal and is ready for more.
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Tee Grizzley, Toosii, Quando Rondo and More – New Projects This Week

Another week is coming to a close and some new music has arrived to help kick off the weekend. It's been a little while since Tee Grizzley dropped a project, but he's bringing it with his new album, Built for Whatever. The 19-track offering was first announced on April 29 and is the follow-up to Grizzley's 2020 mixtape, The Smartest. The rapper, with a signature Detroit-sounding flow, released the LP's first single, "Never Bend Never Fold" featuring G Herbo, last month. Tee Grizzley's new album contains additional guest appearances from Lil Durk, Quavo, Young Dolph, Big Sean, the late King Von and Grizzley's younger brother, Baby Grizzley.

Tee Grizzley Drops ‘Built For Whatever’ Album

The official follow-up to his 2020 project The Smartest, Detroit’s Tee Grizzley has released his Built For Whatever album. “The title of this album is my whole life in one sentence,” Tee says. “The songs on the album and the things I refer to lyrically on each track reflect pieces of my real life. The name of this album is exactly what I am – built for whatever”.
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Tee Grizzley’s “The Grizzley World NFT” Offers Fans Insane Access to the Rapper

Ahead of his new album release, the rapper launches his first NFT collection. NFT projects that provide ongoing utility to their buyers always rise above the rest. To celebrate the release of his upcoming album, Detroit rapper Tee Grizley is launching a special edition one of a kind effort called the “The Grizzley World NFT Launch.” As a part of the launch, Grizzley fans will have a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase three golden tickets, which in turn gives the winners lifetime access to the rapper's GTA server, and a lifetime pass to any Tee Grizzley concert in your local area. The lucky prize winners of the golden tickets will also receive a physical copy of the passes that can be presented at Grizzley’s concerts mailed to them at a later date.

Lil Yachty Drops New Mixtape ‘Michigan Boy Boat’ f/ Tee Grizzley, Sada Baby, and More

While Lil Yachty is from Atlanta, Georgia, the rapper is seeking inspiration from elsewhere for his highly anticipated new mixtape, Michigan Boy Boat. His first mixtape since 2016’s Summer Songs 2, and the follow-up to his 2020 album Lil Boat 3, Michigan Boy Boat sees Yachty team-up with some of Michigan’s best. Featuring collaborations with the likes of Tee Grizzley, Swae Lee, Veeze, and Sada Baby among others, the tape is something he’s been teasing since October.

Tee Grizzley – “Never Bend Never Fold” f. G Herbo

With his next album slated to arrive sometime this Spring, Tee Grizzley links with his fellow Midwest kinfolk G Herbo for “Never Bend Never Fold.”. With a Ben Marc directed video, the track and visual can be checked out below.
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Tee Grizzley On Manager’s Death, Brother, Fan Saying He Fell Off + New Music

Tee Grizzley joined TT Torrez for Artist Quarantine!. They talk about fatherhood, mental health, and Grizzley opened up about his Aunt/manager JB’s tragic death. Things got more personal when Grizzley opened up about his mother getting released from prison. He kept it transparent and spoke on crying when his brother came home but is sad he went back to jail.
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Some of March’s Biggest Jewelry Purchases from Lil Baby, Tee Grizzley, Kim Kardashian, and More

Celebrities are always copping some new jewelry. Maybe not all of it is as extravagent as Lil Uzi Vert’s $24 million pink forehead diamond, but seeing the custom pieces that plenty of our favorite rappers and entertainers are adding to their collections from week-to-week is certainly captivating. It isn’t always custom pendants and diamond-covered watches either. Grills made of gemstones, clothing adorned with thousands of crystals, and even chains that display real photographs surrounded by diamonds were all on display this month.

HNHH Staff Picks Playlist: Benny The Butcher, Lil Tjay, Tee Grizzley, & More

Another week in the books. It may still feel as though every day is the same as the one before but we're nearing a finish line in this pandemic. With vaccine distribution happening at a quicker rate, much of the world's population will be vaccinated against COVID-19 in a matter of months and, before the end of this year, we may be back to "normal".