With Her Debut EP, The Newly-Signed Def Jam Singer-Songwriter Joins The List Of Dallas Hip-Hop Artists Who Are Up Next.

Welcome to Song of the Day, where we hip you to all the new local releases you should be caring about. By highlighting one new North Texas-sprung tune every week day, our hope is that you’ll find something new to love about the rich and abundant DFW music scene five days a week.

Kaash Paige — “’64”
Riding through the city.
What else you should know: Having just signed to Def Jam, the 18-year-old, Grand Prairie-raised, hip-hop multi-hyphenate Kaash Paige now joins 10k.Caash, S3nsi Molly & Lil’ Brook and, of course, Bobby Sessions, as the latest Dallas-tied act to earn a co-sign from the famed label.

Now, just about two months after we first featured her in this space, Kaash Paige has dropped a debut EP for Def Jam titled Parked Car Convos — and, with it, she is filling the sad girl playlist drought in the exodus of SZA. But, despite what Paige’s velvet-smooth voice might lead your ears to believe, “’64” isn’t a track for sulking — quite the opposite, actually.

As Paige croons: “We walk up in the club and they bumping to my shit/Two middle fingers up got me blushing and smiling/It’s only 2 a.m. but this moment is timeless/And we the flyest.”

Though the song is a standout from the eight-track EP, it’s in good company among a solid project — and now we’re bumping to her shit too.

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