GRiZ – Where Is The Love? (Official Release) : Must Hear Electronic Track with Classic Samples

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Today I’m excited to bring you the latest release from GRiZ, ‘Where’s the Love’. You loved his remix to Aerosmith – Dream On, and his originals Better than I’ve ever been and Rock & Roll. Todays is another amazing track with some fantastic sampling. It Bobby Blue Bands’ ‘Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City’ and some Notorious BIG, Jay-Zshort samples. He uses a lot of the original starting with the guitar, then starts working in his GRiZ magic making the song more and more intense as it progresses. It’s got some breakdowns that remind me of the breakdown in Pretty Lights – I Know the Truth. Turn up the bass for this one, enjoy!

GRiZ – Where’s the Love | Direct Download | Hulkshare



11 Comments to “GRiZ – Where Is The Love? (Official Release) : Must Hear Electronic Track with Classic Samples”

  • The artist is GRiZ, not Where’s The Love. I know this is a music blog, not a writers blog, but still, for the sake of the artists you should work on your writing and revising a little bit.

  • also its jay-z in the samples not B.I.G.

  • This is a pretty lights inspired track to the Teeeeee. Derek would be proud, great job Griz

  • I think this song is more than just similar to I Know the Truth, definitely sounds like a remix of it. awesome song nonetheless

  • thanks for letting me know. I’ve actually been making a huge effort to revise and make sure my posts don’t have any errors.

  • I thought it was pretty clear but whatever

  • I’m sure you’ll find that there’s some B.I.G. (“more money, more problems”) and some Jay (“don’t pay me no mind”) in there. There’s a lot to this song.

  • Sorry to correct you, but its all Jay-Z, the quote’s from Heart of The City, it goes “My nigga BIG predicted the shit exactly, ‘mo money, mo problems’ – gotta move carefully”. Just FYI…

  • What is the catchy flute sample from? Starting at 3:05…

  • […] next week. There isn’t an official tracklist, but I believe that“The Future Is Now” and “Where Is The Love” are on the album as well. This track “Smash the Funk” is a future funk /groovestep bass […]

  • I was just seeking this information for a while. After 6 hours of continuous Googleing, at last I got it in your web site. I wonder what’s the Google’s issue that does not rank this kind of informative web sites closer to the top. Normally the top sites are full of garbage.

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