GRiZ has been on fire this year, putting out instant anthems like his summer collaboration with Wreckno, “Medusa,” and his flawless Chasing the Golden Hour Pt. 3 album earlier this fall. Even as his sound progresses farther from straight dubstep and more into genres of funk and house, he still makes time to time to treat fans with filthy dub on a regular basis.
Just in time for National Coming Out Day on October 11, GRiZ hinted at an upcoming dubstep song with a surprise Twitter video. Titled “medusa dubstep remix update,” this heat is surely part of the upcoming remix package hinted at by Wreckno. It gives a nod to the classic GRiZ style of bass heavy chart-toppers and slightly slower BPM’s.
Even without festivals, GRiZ’s positive personality and dedication to his fan base place him at the forefront of dance music culture, consistently staying relevant and meaningful to audiences. While he said in the video that he was finishing the track that day, there hasn’t been an official release date yet, although it’s likely to be soon. Stay tuned for more news on the upcoming “Medusa” remixes!
heard y’all like dubstep pic.twitter.com/bL6nEvsipU— 𝔖𝕽𝖎Z – CTGH 3 out now! (@Griz) October 3, 2020