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In an interview with ATLien rapper Grip Plyaz, Grip breaks down the title and the meaning of his new album Purp, Wind, & Fire.

He describes Purp as the “focused rhymes” when he is high and zoned out, wind as the “hardships” he goes through like child support and baby mama drama, and fire obviously being the “hot bars” that come with the project.

Grip also speaks on producers and touches on his appreciation for Hip-Hop production team “The Weathermen” saying,

“[It’s] Mostly produced by the Weathermen, they go hard for me and I appreciate cats like that. They took me under they wing so I got nothing but love for them dudes…”

[Check under the jump to see more from Grip Plyaz and his new video featuring Aleon Craft “Step Out”]

The two tracks heard during the video will be on his upcoming mixtape ‘6pack vol 1. A Prelude to Purp, Wind, & Fire, which is scheduled drop in June.

Grip Plyaz ft. Aleon Craft “Step Out”