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Always lyrical and regarded as a freestyle assassin, Grafh lends his bars to add to a touch of NYC to new joint, “Take Heed” with North Florida’s Grimass.

On an anthem that is reminiscent of early JustBlaze joints laced by Roc-A-fella, Grimass and Grafh take us back to the true essence of 90’s boom bap rap. With verses that focus on flow and metaphors without one triplet Versace rhythm to be found, this a joint best played loud. Grafh shows that his lyricism and ability to take the reigns of the beat never left while Grafh brings back that gritty street rap that has been missing from the airwaves lately.


Showing off his Haitian Pride Grimass takes Grafh down to Florida to film their tribute to 90s street music that doesn’t disappoint. This is one of those tracks to lace up your Uptowns and Jordans to while taking a ride to the nearest cookout. DJ Hype and Prince Pigani found a classic horn sample that lays the perfect groundwork with grimy dirty drums and vinyl snares. This new joint is definitely workout playlist approved.


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