DETROIT – A Detroit artist is giving back to the the city in a big way.
GRiZ, a fast rising 26-year-old electronic music artist, is partnering with his Detroit based label All Good Records to help bring music programs to Detroit Public Schools.
GRiZ went to Birmingham Groves and started making music at Michigan State University. He plays saxophone and other instruments.
The artist says Detroit has had a big impact on his career. 
“Some of the first shows I saw were in downtown Detroit. I was really inspired by the energy of the room and the interaction between the people and the performers. Also the history of music here… it’s kind of hard to escape in a way… Not like in a bad way you know because Motown music to me is such a place of original inspiration. The textures and the sounds, the vibrations of the vocalists and then the instrumentation. The …
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