Tee Grizzley Releases New Single & Music Video: Idgaf
Multiplatinum Detroit storyteller Tee Grizzley shares new single and music video entitled “IDGAF” featuring Mariah the Scientist and Chris Brown out now.
The song notably continues a longstanding collaborative partnership between Tee Grizzley and Brown, spanning fan favorites “Fuck It Off” and “Set The Record Straight.”
The track layers bright piano above a laidback, head-nodding beat. Tee Grizzley’s rhymes drip right into a hypnotic harmony shared by Breezy and Mariah, “I don’t give a fuck…but you know I got a man.” It seamlessly fuses seductive R&B and slick hip-hop feel, threading together these three distinct voices and vibes. Directed by Blu and Mikey Rare, the accompanying visual finds this trio on the rooftop of a futuristic skyscraper. Their charisma and chemistry practically bubble over as cinematic stories play out on the other floors of the building.
“IDGAF” kicks off Tee Grizzley’s next season, paving the way for more music to come.
Next up, he will appear at Revolt World in Atlanta, GA on September 22-24. He joins a star-studded roster of performers and speakers, including Don Toliver, Yung Miami, Moneybagg Yo, G Herbo, and many others.
Everything follows the success of his recent anthem “Gorgeous” with Skilla Baby. Thus far, it has generated nearly 10 million plus streams in addition to attracting City Girls to the Official Remix. It also graced the tracklisting of Controversy—the acclaimed 2023 joint mixtape by Tee Grizzley and Skilla Baby.
ABOUT TEE GRIZZLEY:
Tee Grizzley laces his rhymes with the kind of stories usually reserved for the big screen. He holds nothing back as he honestly chronicles trials, tribulations, and triumphs on the streets of his native Detroit firsthand with a documentarian’s attention to detail. Back in 2016, he returned home from prison and took the first step on the road to redemption. His debut single “First Day Out” went quadruple-platinum as he expanded his catalog with the double-platinum “From the D to the A” [feat. Lil Yachty], and gold-certified hits “2 Vaults,” “Jetski Grizzley,” “No Effort,” and “Satish.” 2021’s Built For Whatever marked his third straight Top 20 debut on the Billboard 200, Top 10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart, and Top 10 on the US Rap Albums Chart.
In addition to praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The FADER, and many more, he has garnered support from JAY-Z and LeBron James, while Ari Melber graciously hosted him on MSNBC’s The Beat with Ari Melber. He regularly streams GTA RP, Call of Duty and more, to over 1 million followers on Twitch. As a businessman, he runs Grizzley Gang Music to sign up-and-coming artists along with Grizzley Gang Gaming which hosts Grizzley World RP one of the most popular GTA RP servers. 2022’s visual album, Chapters of the Trenches, extended his viral “Robbery” video series and incited tastemaker applause with Billboard citing him as “Rap’s Martin Scorsese.” In its wake, he joined forces with Skilla Baby for the joint mixtape Controversy highlighted by “Gorgeous.” Now, he continues to captivate the next chapter out loud via his music—especially on his anxiously awaited 2023 fourth full-length solo album on 300 Entertainment/Grizzley Gang Music.