Last weekend, Tee Grizzley released his third studio album Built For Whatever, featuring 19 amazing cuts and assists from King Von, Quavo, Young Dolph, YNW Melly, Lil Durk, Lil Tjay, G Herbo, Big Sean, and Baby Grizzley. The project included several hit singles, such as “Late Night Calls,” “White Lows Off Designer,” and “Never Bend Never Fold.”
Now, the Detroit emcee is back with another video from the project for “Built To Last,” which is an effort produced by Jose the Plug, wherein he can be seen keeping it real pertaining to family matters.
The video was shot by Krispy Kam. It showcases Tee Grizzley in a sort of day-in-the-life. He is seen holding his child throughout the video, as he walks and drives through L.A.’s streets, seemingly playing Grand Theft Auto using his Grizzley Gaming platform, and more. Although there are many negatives in his life, it is evident that nothing will stop the momentum of Tee Grizzley or those he loves.
Built For Whatever comes after previous year’s mixtape titled The Smartest, which started with the singles “Satish” and “Mr. Officer.” This specific project also ensured that Grizzley ends up on the Billboard 200 and Top Rap Albums chart at 22 and 11, respectively. His previous full-length LP, Scriptures, released in 2019.