Blackhand To Release Long Awaited Autografh Album
NEW YORK, NY -- Black Hand Entertainment will release its flagship artist, Grafh's long anticipated album on July 24th. Autografh the album is billed as Grafh's story and will feature some of the hottest new upcoming producers in the country. When asked about the project Grafh said, "I restructured this album, it's a little personal, and I wanted to introduce new producers to showcase new hot music, new hot lyrics, and some introspective content".
For an extra marketing punch, Black Hand will have a select number of songs available for free download for a limited time prior the July 24th release date. Black Hand CEO, Chaz Williams stated, "…we are in a new climate in the music business. It's a highly competitive environment, with a new web savvy consumer. They want to know what they're getting for their money. They are no longer being hoodwinked and rushing to the stores simply because they hear the one record playing at radio. We want to make the inevitable downloading of music work in our favor to build an affinity for the artist and his music. Traditionally, major labels have allotments of free goods at retail, we are providing that by making limited downloads available early."
The lead single, "Glo In The Dark" is already buzzing and the early album reviews are getting a thumbs up. Grafh will begin his radio and retail promotional run in the northeast, starting with the New England area and working his way south. Finally, we will see what Grafh really does on the mic.
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