When I first heard Grafh well over a decade ago, I believed dude had the perfect blend of charisma and skill, and it would only be a matter of time before he blew up. Now, Grafh remains largely underground, and his rise to fame was pretty much nonexistent. Still, his skill and charisma seemed to have flourished with time, and he can still rap circles over your favorite industry beats.
Grafh’s latest casualty is Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA,” and Grafh goes in for four minutes of pure bars. As much as Kung-Fu Kenny destroyed this instrumental, Grafh more than holds his own, spitting some of his classic flows and “after” rhyme schemes.