Grafh Grabs Mysonne, Ray Emmanuel, & Sly Piper For “Killing Kings”
Written by B87FM on September 3, 2020
Grafh has been quietly on a tear, holding it down for hip-hop heads with a gradual barrage of robust penmanship and stellar flows. Earlier this 12 months, the New York rapper dropped off his Oracle 3 album, which featured appearances from Royce Da 5’9″, Hopsin, KXNG Crooked and extra. Now, he is gearing up for his second of the 12 months, Good Vitality, a new effort that includes Smoke DZA, Eric Bellinger, 38 Spesh, El Camino, Harry Fraud, Mysonne, and extra.
Following the discharge of the challenge’s lead single “Buyer,” which featured an look from Dipset lyricist Jim Jones, Grafh has come by means of with one other new monitor. “Killing Kings” options Mysonne, Sly Piper, and Ray Emmanuel on deck, with Grafh taking to an introspective sample-driven instrumental to pen some societal reflections. “I by no means thought the phrase historical past repeats itself was that deep,” he muses in his opening bars. “Till they hung a n***a final week.” As his verse progresses, he proceeds to the touch on Colin Kaepernick, George Floyd’s homicide, and extra, weaving socially-conscious bars along with his signature dexterity. Test it out for your self now, and search for Grafh’s Good Vitality to reach in full on September 18th.
American dreaming was by no means actual,
That opening by no means sealed
You see they criticized Kaepernick,
So if it ain’t a black man neck they might by no means kneel
They criticize us for feeling shit they might by no means really feel