Grafh Talks Joining The Roc

Former Epic/Sony rapper Grafh of Queens, New York has departed his former recording home and inked a deal with the Roc-A-Fella Records.

While details are scarce, Grafh rejoiced. He told AllHipHop.com, “I moved my label Blackhand to get distribution from Roc-A-Fella Records, because they understand the street grind. Clearly, it’s a benefit to be on their team.”

Grafh said he didn’t feel that his former label was able to execute his vision properly. “Sony made much mistakes with my project. There’s a lot of music out there that my fans don’t know about,” he said. “I’m not B2K, and I am not trying to be marketed like that. Sony wasn’t used to what I do. They were lost in what I presented to them.”

The Blackhand rapper has already recorded “The Damage Is Done” with producer Kanye West and other in-house producers. Additionally, he hosted the most recent mixtape by DJ Green Lantern of Shady Records.

Overall, despite being uprooted label-wise, he was ecstatic about his future offerings.

“Finally fans can see what the Blackhand label is all about,” he concluded.

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