May 9, 2023

E154 A Conversation with grandson

E154 A Conversation with grandson
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This week, we're scratching an Itch we've had for almost three years! The man known as grandson joins us on album's eve for his new release I Love You, I'm Trying. The record is a departure of sorts from his previous work, as he refocuses his attention from the problems in the world to the problems in his world. It's deeply personal, and when it comes to exploring issues like fame, mental health, and the relationship between an artist and their fans, he holds nothing back on the album nor in our conversation. Enjoy.

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grandson is an alternative artist who sometimes creates music that's even alternative to what he created before. His fluid mixture of rock, hip hop, and electronic sounds is a hit for adults and children of all ages.