Grabbitz burns brightly in 'Polaroid'

Grabbitz burns brightly in ‘Polaroid’

In disclosing his new release, Grabbitz overtly and truthfully advised followers what to anticipate from “Polaroid.” “One time I bought my coronary heart damaged. It was eliminated, thrown to the ground, kicked, pissed on, doused in gasoline after which lit on fireplace. Anyways, I wrote music about how I’m over it.”

When “Polaroid” arrived on Jan. 25, the Buffalo native gave his already emotive single the video therapy, burning polaroids of his ex and setting previous reminiscences ablaze. The visuals deliver the heartfelt music to life, portraying the uncooked feelings that include heartbreak and the top of a relationship.

Grabbitz’s use of spoken phrase within the introduction set the tone for the music and accompanying video: “Last night time I burned a polaroid of you, not as a result of I would like you lifeless, however as a result of I actually love you.” What follows is a melting pot of genres as Grabbitz effortlessly drifts between hip-hop, pop, and various territory. He continues to reveal his easygoing versatility with every new launch, leaving followers questioning what every new music will deliver.

“Polaroid” follows the discharge of his collaboration with Pierce Fulton in mid-December, “Information Overload.”

“Polaroid” is out now Ultra Music.