Michigan born, Denver residing producer GRiZ (real name Grant Richard Kwiecinski) has become so much more than a headlining DJ and producer to many: he’s also an LGBT icon in the dance music community. Kwiecinski has been on a roll over the last few weeks, creating new music and dropping one incredible, saucy live stream after another. His talent and charisma on and off the stage have made him a beloved figure in music, and he gives back to his fans with love in a way that shows true dedication to his mission.
Mission: give kids struggling w their sexuality songs to feel like being queer is cool
— GRiZ (@Griz) April 25, 2020
His most recent set during Room Service Music Festival was just as funky and electric as any other. It garnered some special attention, though, due to a filthy brand new opening track with an up-and-coming producer Wreckno. The two have a lot in common: both Michigan born and bred, both queer, and both well respected in the bass scene. Their new song is a perfect blend of their styles, combining GRiZ’s soulful funk and hip-hop hybrid with Wreckno’s hip-moving sass and “bussy bass.” The track has a flawlessly layered, LGBT-proud rap thrown down over a beat best described as wiggly and dirty. While the new number doesn’t have a release date yet, GRiZ also used this set to premiere a handful of other new tunes, building hype for his next Bangers.Zip release which is sure to be just as groovy as the previous four.
— WRECKNO (@wreckno) April 27, 2020