Miami rapper Gill Graff rides smooth in his new joint dedicated to his mom’s “Old Buick.”
Months after dropping “Dreamer” with Wreckonize and Hi-Rez, Graff reminisces about his wild childhood in his new single “Old Buick.” The struggle of an average teenager borrowing any parent’s car is a distant memory most people tend to forget as experienced adults who drive to live and survive. Fortunately, Gill Graff was confident and brave enough not endure the burden.
The budding Miami rapper got his hands on his mom’s car by any means necessary no matter how many sandals she threw at him. In his new song, Graff reminisces about the days when he used to just steal his mom’s whip to pick up girls and get some “backseat love.” Graff serves up a catchy hook and flows over production by MiamiBeatWave.
Very happy to finally share the OFFICIAL cover to my new album Victorious Masonry. Been holding on to this for a while. Definitely want to thank @millzgraphixx for the AMAZING work & for bringing this idea to life. The details are incredible! Swipe left to learn a bit about her thought process while creating this art piece.
“Old Buick” is the first single off Gill’s upcoming album Victorious Masonry, which drops July 27th. Listen to the premiere of Gill Graff’s new single below.