Missing Link Music has signed Grafh to its esteemed publishing administration roster.
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.” Although he’s remains independent, Grafh has had record deals with Sony, Rocafella Records, E1 Music (formerly Koch) and now with Phase One (Sony Red) who distributed Grafh’s debut album “Pain Killers: Reloaded” album with feature from Wiz Khalifa, Bun B, Jadakiss, Sheek Louch, Styles P, Jarren Benton and many more.
The support Grafh and his music receive is overwhelming – both among fans and industry associates . His songs have been featured on HBO’s Entourage, Fox’s Meth and Red, BET’s Ultimate Hustler and in a number of video games, including EA Sport’s NFL Streets, Saint’s Row, and 25 to Life. Grafh has also been praised by his peers, including Drake, Raekwon, Bun B, Jim Jones, Busta Rhymes, Waka Flocka, and many others. Grafh was surprised, however, when actor Shia LaBeouf said he was “really, really, really good” in a late-night TV interview with Carson Daly. This sense of appreciation has motivated Grafh to stay true to his fans while touring and releasing new music online via his official website, GrafhOnline.com. He will always stay true to his craft, keep real lyrics and real hip hop in forefront.