Roc Nation signee, G4SHI, follows up “Disrespectful” and “Turn Me Down” with “24 Hours.” He challenges the competition to do it better than him, if they believe they can. Get you copy of the single on iTunes. Next month, G4SHI will head out on his debut-headlining tour. ‘The Disrespectful Tour’ starts August 13th. Shows will kick off in . . .
You ever experience that moment of euphoria where you feel like everything in the world is yours for the taking? G4shi‘s new autotune-assisted single, “Turn Me Down,” is the audio embodiment of that emotion. “I’m getting money with my eyes closed,” the New York resident confidently declares over an addicting melody and booming percussion. Expect . . .
It’s a good time to be G4SHI, and his new video for “Disrespectful” doesn’t shy away from that the fact. The Brooklyn-based rapper embraces his rapidly changing life, traveling from city to city and performing in front of increasingly large crowds. Golden sinks, luxurious hotel rooms, and vintage cars are among the added benefits we . . .
“Disrespect me, and I’m real disrespectful.” I can’t get the melodies from G4SHI‘s “Disrespectful” out of my head. The recently released single is ominous, but alluring, as it conveys the relatable concept of reciprocity in very easy to understand terms. The Brooklyn-based rapper and producer isn’t afraid to switch up the pace of his flow . . .
G4SHI delivers a dose of energy with “Jean Claude Van Damne,” which centers around his powerful presence on the mic. As an Albanian rapper based in Brooklyn, he’s starting to build a buzz for himself thanks to memorable choruses, artistic versatility, and a charismatic persona. We’ll keep an eye out. Stream “Jean Claude Van Damne” . . .
GASHI (formerly known as G4SHI) drops his latest offering, “No No No.” He takes time to address any shade sent his way and revels in his success. He believes all the rappers want to be him. He’s seemingly receiving all the splendors of a budding career. Musically, he shines as a rapper who can use . . .