It's a good week for Tee Grizzley fans. Two days after joining Lil Reese on "Ready 4Real," the Detroit rapper dropped a single of his own called "Colors."

Gearing up to release his debut album, Activated, Grizzley first shared a video snippet of the piano-heavy single on Twitter this weekend.

You can listen to "Colors" on iTunes/Apple Music or via Spotify below and catch the video up top.

Speaking with XXL about what fans should expect on the rest of Activated, Grizzley said the album will reflect the hard-nosed nature of his come-up in Detroit.

"When people hear my music, they ain't really hearing about no shiny stuff, the glamorous life," he explained. "They're going to hear that gritty, slum. It's a dark cloud over my city. I've been through it and I'ma tell you in detail. A lot of people just ride past the slums in their music. Boarded-up trap houses, cars parked on the grass. I'm going to take you into those houses, into the minds of the people that's in those houses."

"Activated" comes on the heels of Grizzley's 12-song collaborative project with Lil Durk, Bloodas, which they dropped in December. You can listen to that here.