Grafh Takes Us To Church In New Video, Pray ft. Conway The Machine

Grafh is among the more dope, yet still under appreciated emcees to emerge from that gutter New York underground and mixtape circuit over the last decade plus.  So it is only right that for his latest project he returns to his popular and classic DJ Green Lantern mixtape series, The Oracle with the third and final installment in the trilogy, Oracle III, set for a March 6th release date in a little over a week.

Fresh off bodying his verse on, I Play Forever, off Royce Da 5’9”’s new album, The Allegory, Grafh returns with the premiere of the video for his Conway the Machine-assisted single, Pray.  Premiered just a little over a few hours ago via VIBE, the new visual finds Grafh and Conway in the ornate environment of a church, dropping the bars that everyone else wishes they can spit as good as both on that street tale and gutter ish.

“With “Pray,” I am back with what resonates with me as an artist; that gutter New York City rap.  I wanted someone on this track that accentuates my ideology and Conway is that dude” Grafh commented to Vibe about the track and video.  “I respect Conway immensely and the Griselda movement.  Him and I together on a track is church.  Over here, bars still matter!”

Grafh’s new street album, Oracle III, which Pray is the first visual from includes guest features by everyone from Benny the Butcher to Conway, Bun B, Hopsin, Rittz and KXNG Crooked.  While featuring production from Pete Rock, DJ Green Lantern, Harry Fraud & DJ Shay.  You can watch the new visual below.