American multi-genre musician Cash Av reveals his incredible story-telling abilities through the sublime lyrics and his enticing vocal performance of his soundscape.
Los Angeles, Jan 8, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - The genre of hip hop and R&B has always moved very closely and intermingling sometimes with the help of versatile musicians. Talented contemporary musician Cash Av creates a stable blend of the two genres to establish her unparalleled soundscape. He has recently dropped 'BIG MOVES ONLY', which features the perfect mix of hard-hitting rap flow and distinctive R&B rhythms. His other hit number, 'Rain Man', is much more soulful with a dominating R&B groove presented through an addictive and blissful melodic scheme.
Hailing from Los Angeles, he is also known for his exceptional articulacy reflected in his eloquent songwriting. He successfully transformed his childhood dreams into reality by starting to make music in 2011. With his unorthodox approach to his creations, the prolific artist has gained a lot of attention in the global hip hop community. His extraordinary storytelling ability has taken his compositions to the next level enhancing the whole aesthetics. He keeps his lyrics as honest as possible to provide his audience with a safe haven to express their uncensored emotions.
The brilliant performer is currently working under the thoughtful guidance of the production house BMO. Armed with his remarkable versatility, he has dropped two new interesting bangers 'BIG MOVES ONLY' and 'Rain Man'. The soulful R&B rhythm intersects with the groovy hip hop vibe in each step in the tracks. As an artist, Cash Av is highly inspired by the works of Lil Wayne. And it's also reflected in his creations. Listen to his vast collection on Spotify and follow him on Instagram for more information.
Just go for this track 'BIG MOVES ONLY' & 'Rain Man' by Cash Av :
'BIG MOVES ONLY' - https://open.spotify.com/track/404mIvkawghkezNl5GIKxC
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