Nick Grant, a buzzing artist based out of Atlanta, is starting to make noise for himself. He releases two new songs titled "Black Sinatra" and "Royalty (Remix)," which features Killer Mike and Big K.R.I.T. Both the records will be on his upcoming mixtape, ’88, due out Feb. 2.

The original version of "Royalty" features CyHi The Prince. The remix finds Mike, Krit and Nick dropping bars. Make sure you call these three men kings as they each flow over a melodic Damon Thomas for Beats In My Backpack-beat, spitting boastful bars about respect, politicking and afrocentric culture.

"Black Sinatra" finds Nick Grant holding his own. "A southern nigga with these up north flows/Got more hoes than my childhood wardrobe/A lot of the times lie in their rhymes/In order to live forever you got to die in your prime," he raps. The three-minute banger is laced with witty one-liners and double entendres.

Stream both songs about and below. Black Sinatra" and "Royalty (Remix)" will be on Nick Grant's forthcoming mixtape, ’88. Grand Hustle’s Young Dro, Motown signee’s BJ The Chicago Kid and Stacy Barth are also featured on the project. Nick is also preparing for a spring tour.

He previously released the video for the original version of “Royalty” back in October. If you haven't seen, Nick went on Sway in the Morning and went off for a 4-minute freestyle.

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