I've been following your music for sometime & I must say the documentary is definiately a good look.
Its always good to see where an artist comes from to what they've become.
Everyone has a story, albeit positive or negative, interesting or boring, fulfilled or still in progress. For Grip Plyaz, his story represents one able to transcend across multiple boundaries. The “underground” Hip-Hop scene loves him and holds an unfathomable amount of admiration for him. The skateboard scene sees buddy as one of their own and he doesn’t even skate.
Thanks to Chilly-O, the three part Purp, Wind & Fire documentary sheds light on one of Atlanta’s most promising upstarts. Weaved in between well placed performance scenes, 4th Ward’s finest explains why he is who he is and others eagerly explain why he’s so well respected in a city known for its musical history. Hopefully our track record is certified by now, so cosigning something lackluster doesn’t fit our billing. Click play and learn yourself something.
PS: 'Project Hoe' is my shit!!