Grizzy Wynter

Grizzy Wynter




Hip hop




Grizzy Wynter

Grizzy Wynter, a dynamic Jamaican Canadian hip hop and rap artist, actor, stands at the forefront of independent artists in the Northwest, Grizzy exemplifies leadership in both artistic endeavors and community empowerment. Grizzy’s journey began as Gerald Wynter, Born to Jamaican immigrants at the end of the 80s, He was crowned a genius child for how advanced his right brain was. Even with this Designation, he still struggled in school not only because of his developing ADHD but the constant feeling of being othered by racism and discrimination he would endure in his school years. His interest in music began from listening to records his Parents would play, Bob Marley and Whalers , Peter Tosh, Steel Drum, The commodores and Michael Jackson.Notable milestones in Grizzy’s career include opening for acclaimed artists such as Obie Trice, Tech Nine, Yelawolf, Cozz, and Madchild. His captivating performance in front of 10,000 at the Freedom March in 2020 and being named Buzz Music LA’s 2019 artist to watch further highlight his impact. Grizzy’s accolades include winning the Best International Artist at the 1st Annual Binge TV Awards and receiving a nomination for Record of the Year for “Illuminate” at the 2021 Wavy Awards in New York City.
His influence extends to the media, having been featured in publications like HipHop Canada, Genius, JamSphere, Variety, and Buzz Music LA. Grizzy’s acting prowess is showcased in the viral IFTH Films production, “My First Time Biking to Work,” with over 2.8 million YouTube views. Music videos such as “LOCO” surpassing 2 million views on WorldStar further solidify his multimedia presence.
With over 100,000 streams on Spotify and iTunes for “Illuminate,” 60k video views on YouTube, and 9600 followers on Instagram, Grizzy Wynter’s impact is undeniable.


Grizzy Wynter – Loco