Listen: Cash Cobain Recruits J. Cole For Their First Collaboration 'Grippy'

By Tony M. Centeno

May 24, 2024

Cash Cobain & J. Cole
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Cash Cobain continues his winning streak by dropping his brand-new collaboration with J. Cole.

On Friday, May 24, the New York City native dropped his new banger "Grippy" featuring Cole. The Dreamville founder offers up a fresh flow on the new version of Cobain's previous track "Dunk Contest." He kicks off the song with a verse about pursuing a new lady in his life. "Grippy" is the first song J. Cole has appeared on since he bowed out of the Big 3's glorified beef, which had Drake and Kendrick Lamar exchanging diss tracks for weeks.

The Slizzy God's latest song is further proof of Cash Cobain's dominance in the rap game. Since he broke out on the scene with his sexy drill sound, the 26-year-old artist has been slowly revolutionizing New York City's Hip-Hop scene one beat at a time. He continued to captivate more fans with his recent album Pretty Girls Love Slizzy, which arrived last September. In 2024 alone, Cobain has cooked up numerous hit collaborations with A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Anycia, Bktharula and more.

Earlier this week, Cobain stunned fans with his work on Don Toliver's new single "Attitude" with Charlie Wilson. The SlizzyFest founder not only threw down a dope verse, but he also incorporated Wilson's vocals from Snoop Dogg and Pharrell's "Beautiful" into the drill instrumental. There's no way he's slowing down any time soon either. Cash Cobain is also rumored to be on Cardi B's forthcoming album that's slated to drop at some point this year.

Listen to Cash Cobain's first collaboration with J. Cole below.


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