Getting ready for a fiery summer, 17-year-old rapper, entrepreneur, visionary, and the DMV’s hottest rising star KA$HDAMI unleashes a new single and music video entitled “Famine” feat. xlovclo today. Listen to “Famine” feat. xlovclo —HERE.
Over the track’s cloudy beat, KA$HDAMI’s flow practically levitates. He instantly captivates with promises such as “We go nice and slow like Usher baby” before an otherworldly and undeniable hook takes hold. The accompanying visual mirrors the ebb and flow of his entrancing cadence and showcases his star power in the spotlight.
Most importantly, the track paves the way for the arrival of his anxiously awaited new project, WORLD DAMINATION, arriving this Summer.
He teased out the project with “Phoenix.” In addition to generating over 1 million total streams thus far, Our Generation Music applauded it as “yet another pluggnb banger.”
It served as the follow-up to last month’s “posed2be.” The latter drew critical acclaim. HotNewHipHop plugged, “it’s been a pleasure to watch him evolve and reach new levels with each of his releases.”
Within less than a year, KA$HDAMI has skyrocketed to the forefront of the culture as an innovator, and he’s got the receipts to prove it. Beyond posting up 40 million total YouTube views, he has generated over 200 million global streams, notching two songs with 30 million-plus streams—“Look N The Mirror!” and “Reparations.” He has infiltrated top playlists such as Spotify’s Most Necessary, Internet People, and big on the internet in addition to Apple Music’s The Plug and Cloud Rap and Amazon’s Fresh Hip-Hop and Breakthrough Hip-Hop. His various co-signs range from Internet Money, Lil Tecca, and Cole Bennett to UnoTheActivist, Yung Bans, and Trippie Redd who invited him to hit the stage during his Chicago Lyrical Lemonade set and even shared the tracklisting of his HYPERNOVA mixtape. Establishing himself as an entrepreneur, he owns and runs his own clothing line KA$HWAYZ. Acclaim has also followed from Pitchfork (“Must Hear Rap Song of the Day”), Pigeons & Planes (“Best New Artists”), and more.
Most recently, HYPERNOVA. raked in tens of millions of streams as XXL raved, “His sense of humor is more off the wall, and his beat choice is unique,” and cited him among “the ranks of new rappers making a name for themselves in the game.” HotNewHipHop highlighted “his growth as an artist throughout his career.”