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Long Goodbye :: The Teeta And Grind Life Films Combine Forces For ‘Sayonara’

Over the past 8-12 months or so, one name that seems to consistently pop up among Austin hip-hop artists is The Teeta.  I’m not gonna lie, it took me a hot minute to getting around and actually checking out his music, but one thing that never hurts in my book is an endorsement from Grind Life Films.  Enter Sayonara, a video I stumbled across while doing my daily due diligence of combing the internet for dopeness.  Needless to say, I am impressed upon my initial listen.  The sample on this track is used cleverly, the bars are super solid and hold weight while not taking themselves over-seriously, and The Teeta definitely stands out in terms of style.  My attention has been gotten… I am curious to find out more.

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Skewed Perspectives :: Kryptol Haze Speaks On ‘Beautiful People’

One of the fun parts about curating a website is discovering things you weren’t aware of, and seeing that Austin has been my playing field for decades, I know there is no lack of creative energy in my sphere.  Kryptol Haze was a recent discovery I stumbled upon, and he is further proof of the diversity of Southern hip-hop.  Grind Life Films provided a nice, dark atmosphere for Beautiful People (dig the ode of inspiration at the end).

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Rear View, Move Ahead :: ‘Leaders Life 4 Ever’ From LNS Crew And Grind Life Films

You already know the drill… LNS Crew and Grind Life Films is dope in any combination.  This time, they connect on a new track off Tank’s latest project 6 Shots.  The visual journey, however, is a collage of moments from the beginnings of their collaborative efforts all the way up to the recently culminated Lz In The Sky tour.  The results are dope as always.

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Not Forgotten :: ESBE Mural Time Lapse

Even when folks are gone, it’s good to take a moment and do things in honor of them.  Grind Life Films was on hand to catch DJ Aspekt of SubKulture Patriots as he put up a mural for ESBE at Castle Hill.  Dig…

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ATX Gritty Style :: Rhyme Scheme With Cap N Kirk Of SKP

from the digital desk of Rhyme Scheme:

“Another Rhyme Scheme segment brought to you by Grind Life Films, Top Flight Djs, and Drank Epidemic.  In this particular episode we have Cap N Kirk from SubKulture Patriots, straight from Austin Tx.  Instrumental provided by Dj Ninja of BLACKNOTE Records!

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The Testament :: Clemits And The “Seven Steps”

More hotness from Grind Life Films.  This time, it’s a collaboration with Austin mainstay Clemits, and it’s an effort off of Skeleton Crew, which is available on any medium you can download music.  Dig:

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More Grind Life Visuals :: Lace Tunes And Ben Ali Say “Hello”

Dope sample… dope rhymes… and a lot of familiar face in this one.  Peep.

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