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music in review.


Reclaiming the title of incorporating elements of all kinds of eclectic genres, grandson returns in spectacular fashion with a collaborative side-hustle with Until I Come Home. This comes after his debut album of Death Of An Optimist in 2020. The darkened urgency of Dirty and Identity took the Canadian/American alternative artist, Jordan Benjamin, to new heights.

Another artist to blossom further from the trappings of COVID lockdown, grandson has harnessed a young and keen following ever since his glorified work of blood//water that has now amassed almost over 400 million streaming listens. With his next chapter featuring the addition of Two Feet, will we see more exciting charting artists to come? Worth a listen.

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