A southern 808s influenced, born and bred in Greensboro, NC: enters Graffiti Fresh. A big assumption about southern music is that it’s just trap. Trap is an arm to a much bigger monster that Graffiti represents: Heavy drums, deep cut melodies, stories about the good and bad during the struggles, and the lessons you get from the unfortunate losses. In 2012 he relocated to Massachusetts and released his debut project Addiction to Progression in 2016 which marked a starting point to what he has become now. That LP showed that not only is he deep rooted but hungry and waiting for the moment to prove himself. Since then he went on to allow the other artists on his founded Money Hungry Music to drop over the years, totaling to 5 projects. In partnering under an umbrella with big local designer brand, Haus Of Maccadü, now is the time to show everyone what’s been in the vault and that he’s not planning on taking breaks any time soon.
Game 7 is the latest visual produced by Nineteen94 showing why Graffiti will never stop going hard. “Game 7 is the final opportunity to give your all. No more games” says Graffiti. The video is shot and editted by Curwyn Henry with the treatment by Maccadu. The track will be featured on his upcoming Post Season LP dropping 7/31/20 and is available now on your preferred digital streaming platform. Check out the video on youtube.