Grabbitz – King / Ghost In A Song

Grabbitz has totally transcended his roots in electronic music which I knew him for originally years ago. It’s an exciting time for the artist as he jumps to the highest of indie-pop heights on this song which jumps across various angles of the genre with ease. The first half is a super poppy track that you could imagine soundtracking a massive event while the latter half is a super swaggy, rapping infused joint with so much effortless cool to it that makes it feel like you’re kicked back listening to him spit while everyone nods along. Throw this one on in the background and vibe along for the perfect Friday sounds!

According to Grabbitz this track is about your art living on forever which I think is so true. Some art right now is certainly fleeting (see: Spotify targeting pop) but then you have work of auteurs that has lived for hundreds to thousands of years. Hell, we have ancient cave art that we admire so far in the future. Can you imagine in hundreds of years when humans plug into the database and dive into the music crafted today? Their minds will be blown, viewing our times through the lens of the art that defined the times. Here’s to living forever, now on Earth and far beyond to eternity.

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