‘Real Ones’ is Cush Wallace’s most recent release. Which is among his finest efforts to date. Heavy 808s put you in a rhythm and get you ready for the song’s first few bars. The flows are unique, and Cush does a remarkable job at incorporating many flows. I’m in awe of how the music carries his lyrics and the captivating trumpet loop.
Matt Wallace, also known as Cush Wallace, is a Central Los Angeles-based West Coast Hip-Hop musician who is bringing a fresh sound to the genre. The father, an Atlantic Records A&R, had a significant impact on the recording artist, producer, and multi-lifelong instrumentalist’s passion for music.
In addition, he has studied the cello and guitar classically. He uses his music, which is characterised by drifting croons rap lines, to communicate personal tales about his relationships with women and his business dealings. Since his debut in 2013, Cush Wallace has frequently drawn inspiration for his songs from his Afro-Latino heritage.
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In addition to sharing the stage with Kendrick Lamar and E-40, Cush Wallace has earned support from Beats By Dre, had success on Apple’s Hip Hop chart, and had one of his songs selected for Triller’s Top Trending Songs this year. His “Top Pick” EP from his “DRICO II” album has received positive reviews from the rap scene. The rising star has so far demonstrated his amazing musical talent, versatility in rapping and singing, and unwavering passion for strings.