Following many hip-hop concerts or other big events, the crowd will decide to continue the celebration in another spot; that custom is known as the “after party”. In Grafh‘s case, his After Party takes place At The Diner, where the Jamaica Queens native spots a female he hopes to take back to his place for, let’s say, an “after-after party”. Grafh’s baritone delivery, Robbie Nova‘s pseudo-falsetto hook, and J. Keyz’ piano loop/percussion beat paint a vivid picture of a slightly run-down hangout that nonetheless proves the perfect setting for Grafh’s late-night plans. His long-delayed debut album, The Evolution, will be released this April on Black Hand Management via E1 Music (the label formerly known as Koch).
Written by Burmy on 01/28/09
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