During his performance at HiJinx over the weekend, GRiZ dropped an unreleased remix of "Good As Hell" by Lizzo. While the shared clip of the debut is quite short, fans who weren't in attendance can still get a taste of the remix.
From the shared footage, it appears as though GRiZ (real name Grant Kwiecinski) is set to deliver a wobbly remix of the pop hit. The original vocals can be heard at the beginning of the clip leading up to a bass-filled breakdown. He teased it on Twitter the day before he took the stage, but fans didn't expect to see the new remix so soon.
Kwiecinski just celebrated another successful edition of his charitable 12 Days Of GRiZMAS festivities, which saw him host a multitude of performances and various activities in support of a local charity.
"Good As Hell" by Lizzo was released on October 7th, 2016. At the time of writing, Kwiecinski has not announced if he will be officially releasing his remix.
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