The Queens emcee Grafh and Wu-Tang icon Method Man trade verses on how their hustles fuel their successes on “Fight For Love.” The new track distributed through MNRK, is a compelling blend of thought-provoking lyrics and dynamic beats, is available on all major streaming platforms.

Grafh discusses how he turns “opps into opportunities” and outworks his competition in the streets. Throughout the song, he raps about being faithful in fighting for what he wants with love on the 38 Spesh produced track. Spesh is also the producer for Grafh’s upcoming album, God’s Timing.

Method Man provides a classic verse about getting it from the bottom and being a veteran in the concrete jungle. He raps, “Musically, you’re lying. To say I’m lying is lunacy. Truthfully, no schooling these rappers; they dying, truancy. Welcome to the jungle, no need to Google me. I’m bomb, give me my space Tom, you’re losing me. Too much Uncle Tom-ing and Tomfoolery…” 

When asked about the song, Grafh stated, “‘Fight For Love’ is just pure classic hip hop. The music gave me a futuristic Wu-Tang vibe. Method Man came on the track and completely slaughtered it. This is one of my favorite songs on the upcoming project,” 

Their collaboration promises to be one of the most talked-about releases of the year, showcasing their unmatched talent and profound lyrical prowess.

Grafh can be seen currently on Joyner Lucas’s “Not Now, I’m Busy” tour. 

Follow Grafh:
Twitter: @Grafh
Instagram: @Grafh

Follow Method Man:
Twitter: @MethodMan
Instagram: @MethodMan

Grafh a prominent figure in the hip-hop scene, renowned for his raw lyricism, authentic storytelling, and gritty delivery, starting his career in the early 2000s. Hailing from Jamaica, Queens, New York, Grafh’s amazing mixtapes and guest verses grabbed the attention of rappers everywhere, which allowed him to cut tracks with Jay-Z, E-40, and Scarface. He released his debut album, Autografh, in 2007 through EMI Records and Virgin Records. Grafh has released many projects since then. His latest album, Art of Words, featured 38 Spesh, Conway The Machine, Bun B, Dave East, Rome Streetz and more. Known for his relentless work ethic and dedication to his craft, Grafh continues to push the boundaries of hip-hop, solidifying his legacy as a true artist and storyteller. Follow him on social media @Grafh.


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