Grafh – Pain Killers (Mixtape)

Here’s Grafh’s newest offering with DJ Love Dinero. Includes a new “I’m One One” Freestyle that was added last night.

Tracklist and link after the jump.

01. Intro
02. Another One
03. Black Roses
04. Dark Fantasy Freestyle
05. Flexin
06. Hip Hop Back (Free Agent)
07. I’m On One Freestyle
08. I Don’t Know How To Act
09. Knock Em Down ft. Waka Flocka
10. Kush Freestyle
11. Make It Move
12. Mr. Miagi
13. Pain Killers
14. So Appalled Freestyle
15. U Know How I Do It
16. 6″7″ Freestyle

Download: Grafh & DJ Love Dinero – Pain Killers (Mixtape)


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25 Responses to “Grafh – Pain Killers (Mixtape)”

  1. cOLD Says:

    craft plate dinners >

  2. Nah'sOnlyWhiteBoy Says:

    *Daps all*

    How bout them Mavs?

    Dirk got that “Larry Bird Back” anthem banging

    Bumping BOAB 1, 2, & 2.5 all day

  3. Nah'sOnlyWhiteBoy Says:

    Damn, Nahright pushing Grafh real heavy

    Eskay stay picking losing horses

  4. cOLD Says:

    crass hate sinners>>>

  5. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    McGrady’s coemback against the spurs in the last 20 seconds or something like that was insane

  6. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    brass name killers >

  7. eskay Says:

    your mother won the horse awards.

  8. Deen Says:

    you’d think the lazy eye would’ve given him more court vision

    ^^^

    T-Mac is/was a VERY GOOD passer.

  9. mcb Says:

    All 3 kill that tape, Black Milk beats are ridiculous

    i really like a lot of that album (so suprising i know)

  10. Jackson7 Says:

    do niggas actually dress like this nigga?

    homo-thug casual friday attire

  11. cOLD Says:

    glass of paint thinner >

  12. Remixznflow Says:

    eskay Says:
    June 10th, 2011 at 11:25 am

    your mother won the horse awards.

    ^
    shots fired.

  13. Troyvul Says:

    T-Mac >>

    *Sheds tear over old Raptor teams, we had BOTH Vince and Tracy, they were supposed to be a dynamic duo of sorts, to bad he wanted to go back home.

  14. Jackson7 Says:

    Black Milk BEEN a monster since day 1…

    Popular Demand is one of the greatest debut albums ever by any nigga… dude did all the beats and rhymes… 2 discs… cmon Man…

    since 2007, Black Milk > Kanye West … FACT

  15. Jackson7 Says:

    yo jorge what address you send it to?

    try this

    rashmad44 at yahoo

  16. hl Says:

    The Random Ax production is sounding better than AOTY imo. Gotta give it more listens though.

  17. mcb Says:

    Jackson7 Says:

    June 10th, 2011 at 11:28 am
    Black Milk BEEN a monster since day 1…

    Popular Demand is one of the greatest debut albums ever by any nigga… dude did all the beats and rhymes… 2 discs… cmon Man…

    since 2007, Black Milk > Kanye West … FACT

    ^^^
    indeed.

    i caught onto him around 08 i beleive. maybe 07. buddy was playing me all types of shit.
    always thought he was the less poppy, Detroit yeezy, and i mean that as a compliment.

  18. mcb Says:

    Jackson7 Says:

    June 10th, 2011 at 11:30 am
    yo jorge what address you send it to?

    try this

    rashmad44 at yahoo

    ^^^
    u want hte stream linkin the mean time?

  19. Nah'sOnlyWhiteBoy Says:

    Eskay, listen. It’s no disrespect, but you have the decision making skills of a 12 year old.

  20. Beezy Says:

    co-sign NOWB

    _____ > eskay’s business acumen

  21. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Jason, who asked RFT to use a pseudonym, recently moved to the county from south city, where he attended Fanning Middle School, near Grand Boulevard and not far from the Nguyen household. It was during his middle-school years that he was introduced to Knockout King.

    “I always hit ’em hard,” he says. “If you don’t hit ’em hard, they don’t go far.”

    Jason is talking about a ritual — those who participate call it a game — that has been adopted by young teens across the St. Louis area. Once an elusive phenomenon that flew under the local radar, the game exploded onto the collective consciousness with the media reports that followed the attack on Hoang Nguyen.

    Along with a generalized sense of fear, there was befuddlement: What would drive a young person to sucker punch a defenseless stranger purely for sport?

    “It was just a little game,” says Jason. “We used to walk to where a lot of people be at and hit ’em. If one of the homeboys didn’t knock him out, then the other would come. Whoever knock him out would be king.”

  22. Jackson7 Says:

    nah, i dont wanna stream it… i know ill like it… i need to hear it first in the vehicle tho

  23. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Grafh
    Mickey Factz
    Skyzoo
    Donnis

  24. mcb Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    June 10th, 2011 at 11:34 am
    Jason, who asked RFT to use a pseudonym, recently moved to the county from south city, where he attended Fanning Middle School, near Grand Boulevard and not far from the Nguyen household. It was during his middle-school years that he was introduced to Knockout King.

    “I always hit ‘em hard,” he says. “If you don’t hit ‘em hard, they don’t go far.”

    Jason is talking about a ritual — those who participate call it a game — that has been adopted by young teens across the St. Louis area. Once an elusive phenomenon that flew under the local radar, the game exploded onto the collective consciousness with the media reports that followed the attack on Hoang Nguyen.

    Along with a generalized sense of fear, there was befuddlement: What would drive a young person to sucker punch a defenseless stranger purely for sport?

    “It was just a little game,” says Jason. “We used to walk to where a lot of people be at and hit ‘em. If one of the homeboys didn’t knock him out, then the other would come. Whoever knock him out would be king.”

    ^^^
    whats fucked up is they prob know since they under 16 and shit, they can just hit an adult, but that adult gotta be real careful in what happens

    i dont know the law that well, but i imagine hitting a minor is pretty hard to get away with (as it kinda should be)

  25. Beezy Says:

    Re: Knockout Kings

    I’ll never be scared of a nigga the breath the same air as me

    but like a group of 16yr olds … they loose cannons

    I cross the street.

    I’m pussy like that.

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