GrizzyHeights makes his hip hop debut with a visual treatment for a quick two-for-one track titled "Trillenium / Lord Willin." The first half of the two-minute clip is devoted to the jazzy yet gruesome "Trillenium" which finds Grizzy employing a more energetic flow. The latter half, "Lord Willin" is also produced by LuXx Luvitt and sounds something like a flip of the first beat such that the end result is a lowkey trap anthem. Because of that classification, "Lord Willin" calls for a more lackadaisical flow.
On both cuts Grizzy, flanked by plenty of lean, women, and green, delivers his rhymes with the ease of a veteran. The only real difference I can discern between the first and second half is the tempo of the lyrics. Content wise, both verses sound like they could be trap tracks which I find interesting because I've seen plenty of people use old school lyricism on new school beats, but I have not seen many use contemporary lyricism on retro production. I look forward to seeing how Grizzy continues to blur boundaries on his debut EP GrizzyHeights.