Nick Grant Is Feeling Like A Champion On “’96 Bulls” (Video)

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Nick Grant delivered one of the strongest debut albums of 2017 in the form of Return Of The Cool. In 2018, he shows that he is not stopping his roll. Last month the Walterboro, South Carolina spitter flipped a classic Lauryn Hill sample for his song “Forever And Always.” Now, he returns with a simple but vivid visual for the championship-worthy track “’96 Bulls.” It’s been part of the brand for Nick to use the ’90s as inspiration, and he finds refreshing ways to do.

Grant paints a picture of his younger days in the freestyle and also relays his knack for witty wordplay. “A star in your eye, baby-ass Jack Thriller / Selling boy and that girl, Ariana, Mac Miller / Crack Rap with a backpack twist of young Black ni**as, try’na crack the system,” he raps as the song ends and he walks into the studio.

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Fans have been waiting on Nick Grant’s forthcoming Dreaming Out Loud project and it’s unclear whether this track will be on that effort. His last album release was 2017’s Return of the Cool, a project that had the Rap world (including Andre 3000, Bun B, and Nas) take heavy notice.