Grafh closes out the year with “Sometimes,” his most recent song alongside Tony Yayo and Sly Pyper.

Grafh and Yayo reflect on their street smarts and perseverance while being supported by an energizing hook from Sly Pyper.

Grafh raps, “There ain’t no telling me / That these simple old felonies,” after saying, “We was on the street all day.” “Ain’t home remedies/I’m a real Queens nigga/This same old treachery/So my verses sound like Tony Yayo’s memories,” the song’s lyrics state.

The song is only one of Grafh’s notable singles, which also include his most recent pair of 38 Spesh-produced songs, “Maggie Simpson” with Giggs and “Everyday” with Dave East.

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