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Grafh is one of the best New York City street rappers of his era, with his unorthodox flow and his ominous tales. So for his new song, he called on one of New York's new talents:Conway The Machine.
The video for "Pray" showcases Grafh and Conway in the ornate environment of a church, dropping the bars that make each of them so respected.
“With 'Pray,' I am back with what resonates with me as an artist: that gutter New York City rap. I wanted someone on this track that accentuates my ideology and Conway is that dude,” Grafh told VIBE. “ I respect Conway immensely and the Griselda movement. Him and I together on a track is church. Over here, bars still matter!”
"Pray" appears on Oracle III, the third installment of his fan favorite 2004 mixtape with DJ Green Lantern. The project includes appearances by Benny The Butcher, Conway The Machine, Bun B, Hopsin, Rittz and KXNG Crooked, with production from Pete Rock, DJ Green Lantern, Harry Fraud & DJ Shay. It's scheduled for a March 6, 2020 release.
Every aspiring rap artist hopes for the moment where all of their hard work has paid off – and in the video for "Moment," Caleb Brown enjoys his first taste of success.
Over a jubilant DJ Khalil production, Caleb Brown raps about the trials he persevered through in his hometown of Baton Rouge, La., and the triumph of making it over. The GT Films visual shows the 21-year-old celebrating on the porch of his mansion, and hosting his family to a feast fitting of the work ethic necessary to provide for them. He also calls out shady politicians and reminisces on Nipsey Hussle and comrades lost along the way.
Watch the video for Caleb Brown's "Moment" above.
Rapper Henree Wright, also known as ReeMarkable, is slowing things down on the sweetest of days with her new single, "VIBE."
With songwriter Sy Ari Da Kid (Future, Waka Flocka Flame) on the track, the two toy with an idea of a relationship after years apart. In addition to the love that lies beneath the games, the song also serves as a great addition to any playlist dedicated to Mary Jane. Produced by Atlanta's 8 Major, ReeMarkable takes a detour from the gritty raps heard on tracks like "Pardon Me" and "Bonnie And Clyde" and into more experimental sounds.
ReeMarkable's journey in music has been documented through her time on the series Growing Up Hip-Hop as the daughter of the late iconic rapper, Eazy-E. As his youngest child, the rapper-singer opened up about her struggles breaking into the industry and how she plans to honor her father through her music.
Recently, ReeMarkable paid homage to her father by recreating his most iconic images. Originally taken by legendary photographer Ricky Powell, ReeMarkable's take is commendable as she barely a striking resemblance to Eazy.
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I was a baby when you left this world , I have no memories, but I also don’t have any pain from your return to heaven. I am honored to be your daughter . I am the Spitting image of you and it warms me to see a legend every-time I look in the mirror. Today is a day for celebration as you would have came upon your 54th birthday . So here’s my gift to you . A shoot dedicated to simply, you . I directed this shoot and worked with a great team to capture your spirit daddy . I Love you & Happy Birthday , I hope you all enjoy . Captured by @lsfotography1 Graphics by @colourfulmula Make up by @tunchyy.marie Styled & directed by @iamreemarkable Special thanks to @vinceamani @exclusivegame , @bfflyer , @lakayb_ @thelazyhustler & All my Family Friends and Fans !! 🧡 #ripeazye EVERYONE SAY HAPPY BIRTHDAY FOR ME 🎈🎁
Enjoy "VIBE" below.