Earlier this Fall, Detroit native Griz released his debut album Mad Liberation as a free download. Now he is back with another gift to listeners, this time it’s a remix of Two Fresh’s “Du Du Doo.” Using live instruments and vinyl samples Griz creates tracks that have been described as soul funk and the “Du Du Doo” remix follows suit. The rework features the 21-year-old producer’s signature echoing synths and wobbling bass lines before fading away to hit listeners with a vocal sample. Grab the free release via his website mynameisgriz.com and check out his album, a deflty produced journey through the sounds of dubstep, funk, and soul to create a downtempo output easy on the ears.
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