KenGrizzy is taking over the music scene
KenGrizzy is an Emerging Artist from the Bronx, NY. Looking up to artists like Swae Lee, ABoogie Wit Da Hoodie, and PartyNextDoor. KenGrizzys features Nawlage who has garnered millions of streams since 2010 his most notable drop being “Husband or Wife” Ft French Montana in 2012 & Co-signs from CardiB via instagram. KenGrizzy & Nawlage come together on this Afrobeat to give us a catchy classic. Which has garnered more than 100,000 streams across all platforms. This record is accompanied with a visual shot by @JakeTheShooter who has worked with the likes of FatBoy SSE, Lil Tjay, and Bia. Its safe to say Kengrizzy is laying the foundation to have a great career in the music industry.
Kengrizzy is getting ready to drop 5 singles this summer all catchy Afrobeat- dancehall records with the exception of one a hip-hop record featuring another aspiring Bronx Artist, Elijah The Boy who is making big noise in NYC, KenGrizzy says he’s taking over Summer 2021 with a bang with popular records like “Take You Homel” & “Bend Over”. Be on the lookout for his Trackstar Remix!
KenGrizzy loves traveling and is a huge foodie, he’s traveled to countless states, his favorite being LA. “I think I love how similar it is to NYC, the fast pace, the fashion, and the diverse eateries throughout Santa Monica, Malibu, and Beverly Hills. My favorite had to be Nobu Malibu where I ran into The Game, Justin Bieber, and Wiz Khalifa. Despite being starstruck, I struck up a conversation with Wiz Khalifa, we had a great chat after dinner and exchanged numbers for the near future once I go back.
KenGrizzy The Artist & Entrepreneur. Despite finding some early success in music. Kengrizzy Takes pride in being a proud restaurant owner. Started by his late father, whom he pays homage too in his upcoming record. “Something Special” Ken has taken his eatery “Maravillas Bar & Grill” to a whole other level being 4.5 stars online. “My father laid a foundation for me to be successful, now my plan is to finish what he started & take care of my family for life! Without this business I wouldn’t be able to pursue music in the capacity I’m doing right now, Rest In Peace to my biggest supporter and the reason I live today, Poppa.” In his music Ken shows lots of vulnerability from losing his father, to heartbreak, and being betrayed by those close to him giving a lot of his records substance. But then again can go easily back to those mainstream records that can garner huge streams and radio play like “Take You Home” that show that vulnerability that some listeners can relate too, all while killing the uptempo.