GRiZ Drops Two New Singles Ahead Of Album


Towards the end of August, GRiZ took to social media to announce his upcoming fifth full length studio album Good Will Prevail. To coincide with the announcement, the future funk producer shared his recent collaboration with The London Souls frontman Tash Neal, and now he’s back with two more new singles ahead of the LP’s release on Friday.

First up is the CHERUB collaboration “PS GFY,” a swanky number complete with rhythmic guitar riffs set to a driving backbeat, with spiteful lyrics delivered in a hip-hop swagger. GRiZ’s souful saxophone work surfaces over the drops, giving the song an intrinsic funk appeal.

The second single, titled “Gotta Push On” and featuring Brasstracks and Eric Krasno, is a more lighthearted affair that kicks off with chilled out jazz chords and light percussive flourishes. After an energetic build up, the tune dives into horn driven drops with trap style rhythms and easy going vibes.

Anticipation for GRiZ‘s upcoming album has already been high, but the two new singles definitely have us excited for his latest effort to drop on Friday. You can still grab the pre-order for Good Will Prevail here and receive a number of instant downloads when you purchase.