It's been wayyyyyyyy too long since I last had the privilege of posting anything Grafh. Not since I was doing my thing over at YNMD to be exact. Time to change it up though. Here's Grafh's latest joint entitled "Like Me" which found it's way into my inbox. It features the Taylor Gang general Wiz Khalifa and comes with the news of Grafh possibly signing to Taylor Gang. Be sure to read more on the release below and snag that download at our player above. Enjoy!
"I feel this song exudes a lot of confidence & self assurance. It was just me showing off. We were in LA in the studio, I played it for Wiz and he said 'yeah thats the one.' K.E. On The Track produced it. Wiz and I are also in talks about me signing to Taylor Gang. I hung out with Wiz & the crew a bunch of times. They're all some cool ass dudes. I also have my own crew, Team Bang Dope Gang. We're all about swag and talent. "
"Like Me" is the first single of Grafh's new project "Pain Killers: Reloaded"
It's been a busy couple of days on the Blog, primarily featuring new interviews thanks to Kanye West(who's as engaging as ever) and Drake(who talked to everybody today, huh?). But let's get to the music, shall we? I just want to spotlight a couple artistic new music videos in this space, leading off with Drizzy's surprise action-packed, guns ablazing, kidnap rescue short film for "Hold On, We're Going Home". He celebrates the release of Nothing Was The Same today by giving us a collective, "wait, what?" moment, but there's no denying that this video was entertaining.
The other couple big music video releases today were courtesy of A$AP Rocky, who makes a cameo in "Hold On" oh btw, for his "Fashion Killa", which sees Rihanna as his love interest, as directed by #Virgil Abloh# (I felt the hashtags were a nice touch.) Plus, Miley Mania continues as she stars in "23" with Juicy J & Wiz Khalifa for Mike Will's new video, where she dons of the jersey of the G.O.A.T. (and sparks cringes from Bulls fans everywhere). ICYMI, watch above, below, and hit all the categories for even more new music and interviews.
A new single from R&B singer Leon Thomas finds Wiz Khalifa on the third verse and a track for anyone who hasn't reached out in awhile to that sexy someone who you've only met once or twice. Pretty universal track here, I think the casual listener will enjoy.