Grandtheft & Yung Tory Collide On Sleek Rap Cut “Dripholic”

Known for his viral works like “Keep It 100” and remixes for Rihanna, T.I, and Migos; Grandtheft is back with a change of pace from his usual work in electronic music. Grandtheft is a DJ/Producer who’s done it all. From headlining global tours to dominating music charts in North America, the artist is always looking for ways to reinvent himself.

Aiming to expand his repertoire of music, the Toronto-native links up with fellow Canadian Yung Tory on “Dripoholic.”

Yung Tory is one of my favorite new artists and the next rapper to blow out of Toronto. He’s got original flows, melodic sense, and creative energy. We have finished 3 records together so far and ‘Dripoholic’ is the first one we are dropping!

It’s also the first song we made together. We recorded this in my living room on edibles an hour after we met. I feel like there’s a lack of fun rap songs these days and I’ve been trying to make more slaps like this one.


Commencing a new era in his career, 2020 will be the year Grandtheft fully submerges himself into hip-hop culture. With a couple of notable hits and club anthems under his belt, the stage is set for the producer to take over using his versatile talent.






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