MC from Queens, New York
Grafh, born Philip Bernard, hails from Jamaica, Queens, New York. He made a name for himself on the mixtape circuit, where he garnered early support from influential mix-show DJ's in New York. His skill, charisma, honesty, and determination were so obvious that he generated a buzz nationwide and attracted the attention of the major labels. Even in the early stages of his career, Grafh was being heralded as the "black Eminem.
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Grafh, born Philip Bernard, is an American rapper from the Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, New York. He has released a collection of mixtapes and an album, Autografh, which was released through EMI Records/Virgin Records. He is currently an independent artist.
Grafh has also been supported by several well-known artists, including Drake, Trinidad James, and Raekwon. Additionally, actor Shia LaBeouf commented on Grafh in a late-night interview with Carson Daly, remarking that Grafh is "really, really, really good."