Posts Tagged ‘ Grafh ’
Ashley Logan is an incredible Irish and Hungarian model straight out of New York City. This 5’2 video vixen has been in music video with everyone from G-Unit, Grafh, Kay Slay, Papoose, Junior Reid, Tony Yayo, Juelz Santana, The Dream, Fabolous, Rick Ross, Ludacris, and of course the ever famous FloRida video ‘Low’. You can also see her and her two amazing, round, full, mesmerizing… blue eyes in Riding Big Magazine (Ying Yang Twins Edition), Next Level (the Mary J Blige Edition), the cover of Free Agent Magazine, as well as both Straight Stuntin and Smooth Magazine. She’s a constant reminder of how beautiful women on the East are.
Everybody knows rappers have beef from time to time, and sometimes there’s a happy ending, but many times there isn’t. That being said, I’m glad that whatever it was that Grafh and Joe Buddens had disagreed on is long gone, and they can come together and make good music. The track ‘It’s Just Music’ also featuring Shalone is exactly what I’d expect from two of people on my list of favorite musicians.
It’s no surprise that I’m a huge Grafh fan. And his recent departure from BlackHand was a bit of a surprise, and a disappointment, however, the loss of his former label hasn’t slowed him down. His newest freestyle over the ‘I’m A Boss’ beat was so dope, it was only right that he made a video for it. Check the method below.
It’s been said more than a few times on this blog that Grafh is one of my personal favorites in the rap game. When he puts his all into a track, there’s such an intense flow and multifaceted lyricism, that makes so much of his music hard to ignore. Now on the other hand, after my interview with model Gianna DeNinno, I gained a new-found respect for Waka Flocka and his hustle, both inside and out of the music scene. So when Grafh and Waka teamed up on the track ”Knock Em’ Down”, I was both surprised and intrigued. The video for the song seems a bit outside of Grafh’s usual super-urban videos, and has him posted in the desert mountains somewhere. But as the video progressed, I realized that the “middle of nowhere” scenes were most likely Nevada, because soon after Grafh and crew are stuntin all over Las Vegas for the remainder of the video. Check the method below.
I’ve said publicly quite a few times that I’ve been a huge Grafh fan for quite some time, and it’s my personal oppinion that he’s for sure one of the most under-rated forces in the game as of right now. On his new track ‘On It Like That’ he proves that he’s still a lyrical force to be reckoned with. The track starts out with a quick shout out to Kay Slay, over a very classic hip-hop sounding beat, and proceeds into a relatively simple chorus. Regardless of the quality of the chorus, Grafh comes hard in one solid verse that you have to listen to more than once to absorb all the punchlines, and hear the funny adlibs. All in all, the flow is intense (as usual) the punchlines are clever, and all the qualities of the track make the replay value of the song immense. Click the pic to hear “On It Like That”.
Grafh has always been one of my favorite emcees on the east coast, and since the recent outbreak of “Dark Fantasy” freestyle from various artists, I was waiting for one that stood out above the others. Grafh’s style has seemed to switch up from time to time, but this track returns to his non-stop flurry of bars that made me a fan in the first place. Along with his flow, he also emphasizes certain lines by cutting out holes in the beat which is also something that makes me an intent listener every time I hear it. All in all, this is my favorite freestyle over this beat so far… especially the line, “If I’m not on the blog that you watchin, then log off.”
One again, the homie Grafh comes through with what I believe to be another great banger. (Then again, I love any track that shots out the DJs.) Click the pic below to hear “Go DJ”
I just had an opportunity to check out the new video from Grafh featuring Jim Jones entitled “Bout Dat”. Click the pic to watch the video