The neighborhood of Homestead Street is infamous round these parts; a hot-bed of every type of crime, populated mostly by jack boys and corner boys, all looking for a way out. Twenty year old rapper, Durty Kash, had those same aspirations growing up there, coupled with a taste for the finer things, but thanks to a strong family those dreams lead him down a different path than those he was surrounded by. Showing his talent for music early, Kash was lucky enough to refine his chops alongside the budding talents of now nationally known locals like Riff Raff and Kirko Bangz, even opening up on tour for Nelly and Yo Gotti. Discovered by Houston indie label, Money to Blow Music Group, which is headed up by CEO Young Lace, the two discovered a kinship built around the desire to feed he masses radio-friendly rap music and live lavish off the proceeds. Here is a visual sample off of Kash’s debut album, “Let’s Live Lavish”, expected later this year on which Kash describes his early years over a T.A. produced beat. The video was directed by Michael Artis.
“MY MONEY DON’T FOLD NO MORE” :