As his current single, Like Ohh (and its star-studded remix) continues to be played throughout the Northeast, Jamaica, Queens rapper Grafh is putting the finishing touches on his long-awaited debut album, The Evolution. On the album’s newest buzz record, Grafh reintroduces that good, ol’ fashioned New York street music by demanding that you Bring The Goons Out. In the wake of Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem’s usage of an identical bassline (see Maino‘s However Do You Want It), Valencia, Spain production trio Cookin’ Soul concoct a track with a slight Caribbean influence that screams out, “I’m a hustla who gets money, so you better watch me!” The Evolution is set to be in stores this upcoming December.
Written by Burmy on 10/15/08
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