Cash Cobain and J. Cole Share New Song “Grippy”: Listen

Cash Cobain and J. Cole Share New Song “Grippy”: Listen

The rappers come together for a new version of Cobain’s “Dunk Contest”

Cash Cobain J. Cole

Cash Cobain (Alizayuh), J. Cole (courtesy of Dreamville Records)

Cash Cobain continues to collaborate with big-name artists. Following the new “Fisherrr (Remix),” with Ice Spice, he’s got a new track with J. Cole called “Grippy.” Listen to the new song below.

“Grippy” is a new version of Cash Cobain’s “Dunk Contest.” Cobain co-produced the original with Gvrlnd!, and the two also produced “Grippy.”

“Grippy” follows J. Cole’s full-length Might Delete Later. The original version of the project featured the Kendrick Lamar diss track “7 Minute Drill,” but the North Carolina rapper removed it from digital streaming platforms after apologizing publicly for making the song.

Read Alphonse Pierre’s “Cash Cobain and Chow Lee Are the Horniest Rappers Out” and “An R-Rated Day With Cash Cobain, the Raunchiest Rapper in New York” on the Pitch.


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