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United Grind Deliver Dynamic New Visual “Give It Back”

Midwestern rap movement United Grind deliver the dynamic new visuals for their hard-hitting single, “Give It Back,” ahead of the release of their highly anticipated debut compilation, Grind or Die (Vol. 1).

This video serves as the perfect introduction for anyone unfamiliar with the group or any of its six members—Ohio’s Vice Souletric and HiJinks and Detroit-based emcees Sand Man, Nu Face, Lee Harvey, and Juggernaut June. They all get their time to shine in these sleek visuals directed by Reel Dope Cinematic, who blends a minimal color palette with dope edits and effects.

The track also happens to be an absolute banger, thanks in part to the wavy production from Grand Rapids, Mich.-based producer Big Shaady. And then there’s the head-turning rhymes from the crew, who pass the mic back and forth while delivering a hook that sounds tailor made for hyping up the crowd during a live show.

Check out the visuals and head over to your preferred DSP of choice to support. Grind or Die (Vol. 1) is due out March 28th via the crew’s own United Grind imprint.

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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United Grind Takes Control Of A Modern Hip-Hop Classic In “United Grind Cypher”

Midwest rap movement, United Grind takes control of a modern hip-hop classic in the slick new video for “United Grind Cypher.” It’s a distilled dose of rhyming from six emcees at the forefront of the United Grind movement, as they get set to drop their collaborative Grind or Die (Vol. 1) LP this spring. Heading off the cypher are Ohio’s Play Havoc (HiJinks & Vice Souletric) and Detroit’s Game Changers, all of whom get to showcase their skills over the Neptunes’ seminal instrumental, Clipse’s “Grindin’.” There are few better beats to choose for a showcase like this, and everyone gets a chance to shine on here.

With DJ Nu ERA holding it down on the decks, we get to watch as HiJinks, Vice Souletric, Nu Face, Sand Man, Lee Harvey, and Juggernaut June (in that order) tackle one of the genre’s most well-loved instrumentals. While everyone involved has been in the game for a minute, this really feels like a proper reintroduction to their talents with plenty of wordplay, punchlines, and autobiographical bars to unpack in repeated viewings.

Check out the visuals and stay tuned for more content off Grind or Die (Vol. 1), which becomes available for pre-order on March 14th!

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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