On the eve of releasing his 88 Crack Era mixtape, New York native Grafh has released his latest single "Walk In New York," featuring fellow New York natives Raekwon and Vado. The Ted Smooth-produced track is laced with breakbeat style drums and a menacing sounding sample, giving the track a '90s feel. Grafh sets the track off with a verse, saying that his ni**as are the reason why "tourists prolly turnin' back" and that you'll "never see him come down, like Bobby Shmurda's hat." Raekwon delivers on the second verse, talking about guns and drugs in a way that only he can. Vado runs the anchor leg on this track, bringing out bars about being fly, and him being so much of a monster, that he's killing Freddie Kreuger and kidnapping Jason.

Grafh's 88 Crack Era mixtape drops tomorrow. Check out the New York anthem "Walk In New York" above.