G.Grand’s approach to rapping is simple: stay real and kill everything. That mindset comes across in consistently clever bars delivered over partner Jeepz’s soulful and dynamic sounds. Born to Caribbean-Canadian parents with an obsession for music, pop culture, and language, Grand carries on in the tradition of rap’s great wordsmiths.
With top-tier rhyming and an ear for evocative beats that sit comfortably between classic and modern, the London, ON, raised rapper has developed a reputation as a skilled performer in the nation’s capital. He has shared stages with Canadian heavyweights Flight Distance, Ghettosocks, and Notes to Self (BBRC), and has played the RBC Ottawa Bluesfest three times, notably opening for Nas and filling in as a main-stage replacement for De La Soul.