The Break Presents – Kaash Paige


Kaash Paige is a star of the multiverse of melodies. The 21-year-old artist made that known through tracks like “Love Songs,” “Euphoria,” and “London,” which combined around 300 million streams on Spotify. As heard in this trio, Kaash’s seasoned perspective on romance, deep chamber of cadences and sweet singing voice shine as key elements of his artistry. And explain why the KP brand continues to be strong in the world of rap&B.

Growing up in Dallas, Kaash Paige watched her dad make music in the closet studio. Around the age of 11, she tried her hand at art and together the two made a record called “Swag So Dope”. He received a lot of praise at family parties, although his first official record would not see the light of day until he was 15 years old. In a group called Bully Gang, Kaash released her first rap song “Skrilla” on SoundCloud around 2016. Soon after, she was inspired to jump into her bag and make more evocative music. So the next few years were spent in the lab, polishing a hazy, soulful identity on wax.

The results came in the form of tracks like “Happy Song” and the platinum-selling “Love Songs,” both released in 2019. That year, she also dropped her maiden project. Convos of parked cars– an effort that was conceived only in a college dorm and is home to other sassy gems like “64′”. As she was preparing it, Kaash played the project for fellow Texan Don Toliver and during this session, Donny Womack made the decision to jump to a song she had on her hard drive. With the addition of Travis Scott, that record turned out to be “Euphoria,” which has around 75 million streams on Spotify. With much buzz, she ended the period as a signee to Def Jam.

2020 has been just as successful. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, KP released its follow-up teenage fever, which features an introspective collection of songs like “London” and “Mrs. Lonely.” The project also includes features from rappers like Isaiah Rashad and 42 Dugg, among others. After making top chart appearances on Moneybagg Yo The pain of a gangsta and Juicy J’s The commotion still continues in 2021, Kaash felt the need to step harder on the accelerator. This has resulted in recent records like “Girlfriend” and the Lil Tjay-assisted “24 Hours”, released in the first half of this year.

Before his next project 2022, The fallhere KP checks with XXL to be one of the first melodists in music and her journey to get there. Watch the interview below.


“24 Hours” with Lil Tjay

“Issues” featuring Isaiah Rashad

“Euphoria” with Don Toliver and Travis Scott

“Love songs”

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