Meet Harlem Rapper Stash Cash

Born & raised in Harlem, New York music has always been apart of rapper Stash Cash life. At the tender age of 10, he began to put the pen to the paper & started writing music. Being heavily influenced by 50 Cents Debut album “Get Rich or Die Tryin” Cash decided that he wanted to continue to grind all the way to the top.

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Stash first began to his career in the streets of Harlem, with his boys ultimately forming an all boy rap group School Yard Boys “SYB”. Their two singles “No Nutty” & “Two Step” gave SYB to push they needed to slowly rise to fame. SYB found themselves opening up for the California Rap Duo, New Boys in 2011 & hitting the stage at the famous Apollo THEATER at age 16.

As SYB grew older the group parted ways, Utitmatle landing Stash Cash as a solo artist. He began recording his own solo records. Sampling some of the dopest hits like The Fugees, Ready Or Not & B.O.B’s Single Airplanes.

Stash Cash decided to take a break from music after becoming a father at a young age. Since becoming a father Stash Cash, has a new form of motivation to come back into the music game to prove to his son it never too late to pursue your dreams & shoot for the stars. Stash Cash describes his music to be a mix between hip hop & R&B, with hints of pop.

Written By Malaja Dior ( @IAmMalajaDior )

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