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Examples of "grafh"
Grafh has also been supported by several well-known artists, including Drake, Trinidad James, and Raekwon. Shia LaBeouf commented on Grafh in a late-night interview with Carson Daly, remarking that Grafh is “really, really, really good.” On February 26, 2014 Grafh released his mixtape "New York Dxpe" hosted by DJ Mr. FX
Autografh is the debut album from the American rapper Grafh, and was released on July 24, 2007 on the Blackhand label.
Tommy Tee released a street-album entitled "No Studio No Time" with artists like Grafh, Masta Ace, Agallah, Tim Dog, AG, Party Arty, Large Professor, JoJo Pellegrino and many more to warm up for the new official album.
Streetsweepers Entertainment is a mixtape record label run by DJ Kay Slay that is famous for launching the careers of artists like Amerie, Saigon, Grafh, Prinz, Thug-A-Cation, and Papoose.
Whitman has opened for Kanye West when West was on tour promoting college dropouts. He has also opened for KRS, Talib Kweli, Kool G Rap, Nas and Guru. Whitman produces most of his own work but has collaborated with Grafh and Skyzoo.
A music video was directed by Taj and shot on May 13, 2009. There are cameo appearances from Ja Rule, Clipse, Clyde Carson, DJ Webstar, Grafh, and Styles P. There are also various Ruff Ryders Lifestyles members with their motorbikes featured in the video. The music video was released as the "New Joint of the Day" on 106 & Park on June 10, 2009.
A music video was shot in Brooklyn, New York with director Edwin Decena. Rappers Red Cafe, Kayto, Lil Mama, Uncle Murda & Grafh made cameo appearances. A Behind the scenes preview was released on June 15, 2009. The video was released July 9 on Maino's Twitter account.
Philip Bernard (born August 22, 1982) better known by his stage name Grafh, is an American rapper. He has released a collection of mixtapes and an album, Autografh, which was released through Black Hand Entertainment/EMI Records/Virgin Records. He is currently an independent artist.
"In Those Jeans" is the second single by American singer Ginuwine from his fourth studio album "The Senior". It became his third and final top 10 single to date, peaking at number eight on the pop singles chart. The official remix features Grafh.
The Brick: Bodega Chronicles is the debut album by American rapper Joell Ortiz. It was released on April 24, 2007, by Koch Records, whom Ortiz was dealing with before he signed with Aftermath Entertainment. The album includes guest appearances from Big Daddy Kane, Styles P, Big Noyd, Akon, Immortal Technique, Grafh, Ras Kass, Maino and Stimuli. It was released after he signed to Aftermath Entertainment, and was released under Koch Records with the permission of Dr. Dre, head of Aftermath Entertainment.
2006 saw two more Molemen releases, with "Chicago City Limits, Vol. 2" coming first in May. A full-length album titled "The Killing Fields" was released on November 14, 2006. It featured appearances from Chicago locals including Vakill, Mass Hysteria, Rhymefest, Mike Treese, and Juice, as well as Cormega, Brother Ali, Kool G Rap, Grafh, Felt, Saigon, Casual, Del the Funky Homosapien, Virtuoso and Mikah 9.E
On August 14, Webby announced the release for the album’s first single, “F*ck Off”. On August 19, ‘’F*ck Off’’ was released onto iTunes. Pre-orders for "Chemically Imbalanced" came with the single and another song entitled ‘’R.A.D. (Roll a Doobie)’’. The following three Tuesdays after "R.A.D." was released, three more singles were released, titled "Let's Do It Again", "Dopamine," featuring guest rappers such as Talib Kweli, Grafh, B-Real, and Trae tha Truth, and "Stand Up." On October 23, Billboard streamed the album via Soundcloud.
The project aimed to assemble 41 emcees to represent the 41 shots. Rappers featured on the EP include Kool G Rap, Rah Digga, Sporty Thievz, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Common, Pharoahe Monch, Posdnous, Dante and Main Flow of Mood, Nine, Tiye Phoenix, Breezly Brewin' of Juggaknots, Punchline, Imani Uzuri, EL-P and Mr. Len of Company Flow, Aesop Rock, Jah Born of Medina Green, What? What?, John Forté, Fre, J-Live, Rubix, Invincible, Wordsworth, A.L., Kofi Taha, Tame One, Jane Doe, Grafh, Shyheim, Channel Live, Wise Intelligent, Crunch Lo, Rock of Heltah Skeltah, Nonchalant, Ras Kass, Dead Prez, and Parrish Smith.
Though signed to Aftermath, Ortiz released an album titled "" April 24, 2007 on Koch Records. "The Brick" features production by Showbiz, Street Radio, and The Alchemist, among others. Guest artists include rappers Big Daddy Kane, Styles P, Big Noyd, Akon, Immortal Technique, Grafh, and Ras Kass. Ortiz parted ways with Aftermath Entertainment on April 15, 2008. 2009 was a busy year for Ortiz, as he released a number of freestyles and remixes leading up to the "Road Kill" mixtape. Among these was "Stressful" a song that remixed Drake's "Successful."
In 2000, DVLP decided to end his career as a competitive DJ, in order to focus on producing and songwriting. Shortly afterwards, he began collaborating with Filthy (his cousin, Matthew Delgiorno). The duo were known as the Doe Boys. After taking a few years off to hone his production skills, his first major production work was on the 2004 Grafh song "Damage is Done." He went on to produce four tracks on Juelz Santana's "What the Game's Been Missing!" (2005), also assisting with recording and engineering.
Neenyo and PartyNextDoor grew up in the same neighborhood in Mississauga, Ontario, and they would later share their ideas and thoughts about music. Having produced for Lloyd Banks' "Gang Green Season" and Dipset's "I’m Reloaded" in his early career, helped him entering into the American market. He later went to produce Drake on his Comeback Season mixtape and make beats for many more, including Fabolous, Grafh, Red Café and Jadakiss. In 2009 Jadakiss's The Last Kiss album which he produced ranked #1 on Billboard's Top rap albums chart. Since then, he has had the opportunity to work with Akon, The Lox, Bobby Valentino, Collie Buddz and others. In 2015, Neenyo produced another song titled “Plastic Bag” for Drake and Future's platinum-selling What a Time to Be Alive project.
On February 4, 1999, Amadou Diallo was shot 41 times by four police officers while reaching into his pocket for his wallet. Diallo was unarmed. The project aimed to assemble 41 emcees to represent the 41 shots fired. Rappers featured on the EP include Owen Brown, Evil Dee, Kool G. Rap, Rah Digga, Sporty Thievz, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Common, Pharoahe Monch, Posdonus, Donte and Main Flow of Mood, Nine, Tiye Phoenix, Breezly Brewn' of the Juggaknots, Punchline, Imani Uzuri, El-P and Mr. Len of Company Flow, Jah-Born of Medina Green, John Forté, Mr. Khaliyl, Fre, J-Live, Rubix, Invincible, Wordsworth, A.L., Kofi Taha, Tame One, Jane Doe, Grafh, Shyheim, Channel Live, Wise Intelligent, Cappadonna, Crunch Lo, Rock, Nonchalant, Ras Kass, Dead Prez and Parrish Smith. Producers included DJ Khalil Mr. Khaliyl, Organized Noize, and 88-Keys.
Joell released his street album called "" April 24, 2007, on Koch Records. The album was recorded while Joell was trying to get signed and going through some tough times personally. Even though he was signed to Aftermath Entertainment, Dr. Dre allowed him to release the street album on Koch Records. The Brick features productions from Showbiz, The Alchemist, Domingo, Ho Chi from Killahertz Productions, Lil' Fame of M.O.P., Novel, and Moss, among others. Guest spots include Big Daddy Kane, Styles P, Big Noyd, M.O.P, Akon, Immortal Technique, Grafh, Ras Kass, Stimuli, and Novel. Joell Ortiz is one quarter of the supergroup Slaughterhouse who released their highly anticipated "Slaughterhouse EP" on February 8, 2011. The group released their second studio album, "", on August 28, 2012.
Beanie Sigel, then doing a year's incarceration on an attempted murder charge, put out his album "The B.Coming" on Dash's label; this was accompanied by accusations from Dame that of all the members of State Property, only Oschino had gone to visit Sigel in prison. Though Beanie had initially chosen Dame Dash Music Group, the rest of the group refused, preferring to remain on Roc-A-Fella Records; in response, Beanie Sigel effectively put the group on hold, claiming disappointment in his groupmates. M.O.P. and Grafh also left Roc-A-Fella Records for Dame Dash Music Group, though both acts parted ways with Dash soon thereafter. Due to the 2004 death of Ol' Dirty Bastard, Dash also brought with him masters of the rapper's project and promises to release the album, "A Son Unique", though this never occurred.
Stylah is scheduled to release his debut album Treading Water in 2010. He has also featured on many UK songs to create a bigger buzz before the release. He has had many offers by record labels for his album but so far has not signed any deal. Two songs from Treading water have been leaked. Treading Water is one of the UK's most anticipated albums. The UK producer Chemo has confirmed songs on the album, Poisonous Poets DJ, Snips has produced a song called Free, S-Type is said to have produced three tracks on Treading Water. Another song, entitled "Them Boys" produced by Australia's Styalz Fuego and featuring New York City rapper, Grafh has been confirmed for Treading Water.