As 50 Cent will tell you, the Jamaican section of Queens is one of the most dangerous places in America; crime and killings are unfortunately an everyday occurrence. Jamaica-native, Grafh, paints a vivid picture of life by the G-Code, summing it up best with, “do more crime, get locked up, get out, do more crime.” Take a close listen and you’ll hear Grafh use a descriptive style of continuation (building off the last line with the next), that essentially puts the Stereotypes’ bass-synthesizer beat in backdrop mode. Although G-Code won’t make it to radio, that isn’t really the aim. While Black Hand Entertainment CEO, Chaz Williams, is busy prepping Foxy Brown’s new February release, Grafh is not-so-quietly waiting in the wings.
Written by Burmy on 11/27/07
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