Rising hip-hop artist Kimo Jeepaz has released the all-new single “Cash Time” to streaming sites. The track features the riddim culture vibes that have made Jeepaz’s music popular around the world. The new single is the lead-up to Jeepaz’s Phoenix EP which will drop in 2021.
“Cash Time” showcases Jeepaz’s unique lyrics and focuses on making easy money. The music video, which was released in conjunction with the single, is designed to show the viewer that making money is not a difficult task. It is a belief that Jeepaz lives by and often shares his wealth with others.
Jeepaz grew up in Jamacia where he spent time crafting his lyrical skills before moving to England at the age of 17. The music artist grew up in the riddim culture of Jamaica. Riddim’s influence can be found throughout Jeepaz’s music from the songs to instrumentation. He grew up in the poor 8 Miles Bull Bay of Jamica and uses social media to connect with fans by expressing his understanding of living without money. Although Jeepaz admits money doesn’t buy happiness, he knows it doesn’t hurt to have it in abundance.
The 27-year-old hip-hop star is a member of the Kaeczar Music Group (KMG) recording label. Following the success of Jeepaz’s Project 2020, which has received over 500,000 streams globally, and Vaccine, which has obtained over 75,000 streams, he will launch the Phoenix EP this year. Jeepaz has opened concerts for some of the biggest names in music today including Not3s, Dexta Daps, Shenseea, Movado, Voicemail and Aidonia.
Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/pWhfldZquGg
Company Name: Kimo Jeepaz
Contact Person: Media Relations
Country: United States