I haven't really
listened to a Graph mixtape before people. I've heard him on numerous mixtapes
though and I know he gets busy with the 1,2 thing but once I saw him on the
King Smij DVD I had to check for his latest. I'm not interested in guest appearances,
I want that raw uncut flow, that straight boom bap. You think the N-Y re-evolution
is some made up shit? Peep this CD and the countless others from N-Ys finest
and get back to me.
One thing that makes Graph stand out from other rap cats is the flow. The flow
is original as hell. I'm checking for his major label debut without a doubt.
The way music is now and as the gap between major labels and artist/artist management
widens, the marketing of an MC is a challenge and a half as well as selling
music. How will Graph appeal to the young record buyers out there? Me, myself
and I will cop but people like me make up the minority of the record buying
public. I like the independent route but if you have the grind and work ethic
like Graph/Black Hand does I think it will work out on a major label like Def
Jam. Graph is literally a man about the people, lets just hope the people are
buying so he can "Bring That Money Back".