> > Despite having yet to release a studio album, support for Grafh and his music has been overwhelming – both among fans and within the music industry. His songs have been featured on HBO’s Entourage, Fox’s Meth and Red, BET’s Ultimate Hustler andin a number of video games, including EA Sport’s NFL Streets, Saint’s Row, and 25 to Life. Besides placing records of his own, Grafh is also a writer. He ghostwrote an entire album for Foxy Brown, co-wrote "All I Have" for Jennifer Lopez and has written hooks and verses for a slew of artists. Grafh has also been heavily supported by his peers, including Drake, Wiz Khalifa, Raekwon, Bun B, Jim Jones, Busta Rhymes, Waka Flocka, and many others. Grafh was surprised, however, when actor Shia LaBeouf said he was “really, really, really good” in a late-night TV interview with Carson Daly. This sense of appreciation has motivated Grafh to stay true to his fans while touring and releasing new music online via his official website, GrafhOnline.com. He has also built a strong following on Twitter, where he applies an entertaining combination of sharp humor and brutal honesty to everyday life.
> > Grafh is currently focused on completing his new project Pain Killers: Reloaded. The first single off of the release is "LIKE ME" featuring Taylor Gang's own, Wiz Khalifa. The project also features Waka Flocka, Rocko, Raekwon The Chef, Styles P, French Montana, Bun B, Sheek Louch & Trae Da True. He just killed the booth on 106 & Park's Back Room freestyle, which will air in March. He also had 3 different videos added to MTV Jams to promote the new project. Over the last year, Grafh has built a creative team of young, talented people that are working with him toward the project’s release. He has redefined his sound – drawing inspiration from multiple genres – and has made a concerted effort to be more emotionally candid. The result has been the best music of Grafh’s career, with more songs still to record. With this album, Grafh hopes to prove that he’s more than just raw talent. He has set out to challenge the labels that have been put on him as an artist – to push his own boundaries musically, lyrically, and visually. Just as he did at the start of his career, Grafh plans to let the music speak for itself.