Tee Grizzley Says Wrote His Hit Songs During His 3 Year Sentence Term


Tee Grizzley has become one of the fast rising rap artist in 2017, after being release from jail his life is turned around on a good road to success. During a interview Grizzley said that he wrote his hit records while during 3 years in jail.

“So I started reading books, talking to people who had a head on their shoulders, sold my TV and just got a whole bunch of books. Started talking to old people, people who weren’t coming home, started figuring out what was important.”

“When I was locked up bro, I was just writing a whole bunch of songs,” he said. “I wrote this one song. It didn’t have a hook on it. I was like I’m going to be calm and first and then turn up. All through my bid, I was just adding to it. Touching it up and critiquing it. I was like I’m going to drop this first. That’s why I named it ‘First Day Out’ because that was the first thing I did when I got out.”

“So I started reading books, talking to people who had a head on their shoulders, sold my TV and just got a whole bunch of books. Started talking to old people, people who weren’t coming home, started figuring out what was important.”

Detroit YouTube channel and website 4sho Magazine, to host the video. McFashion agreed, Tee paid him $250 and the video was released on Nov. 7, 2016. Within weeks it was racking up millions of plays.

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