Flaunting delicate vocal delivery and sincere lyrics, Kaash Paige consistently asserts herself as an uncompromising, unfiltered, and undeniable voice for 21st century R&B. Holding nothing back, the platinum-certified Dallas-born singer and songwriter confidently examines the complexities of life and love with a fine artist’s attention-to-detail. After tallying streams in the billions and earning acclaim from The FADER, Pitchfork, Refinery29, NPR, Vogue, Lyrical Lemonade, and more, she goes even deeper on a series of 2022 singles and her second full length offering for Se Lavi Productions and Def Jam Recordings.
As a kid in Dallas, she initially split her time between music and softball, basketball, and track. With dad a sound engineer, she recorded on his equipment and embraced music wholeheartedly in high school. She picked up steam on Soundcloud in sophomore year.
By the time senior year rolled around, she made her international breakthrough with “Love Songs” in 2018. Following its runaway success on TikTok, the track eventually eclipsed 1.5 billion total streams and counting and picked up a platinum certification from the RIAA. It set the stage for her 2019 debut EP, Parked Car Convos, which bowed in the Top 15 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers Albums Chart and spawned “Heartbreaker” (30 million streams) and “64’” (22 million streams). She maintained this momentum on her 2020 full-length debut, Teenage Fever. Powered by “London” (19 million streams) and “Jaded” (14 million streams), it boasted guest appearances from the likes of K CAMP, 42 Dugg, Isaiah Rashad, SSGKobe, and more. At the same time, she shined on tracks with everyone from Alicia Keys to Moneybagg Yo in addition to featuring on Don Toliver’s “Euphoria” alongside Travis Scott. Along the way, she posted up nearly 100 million YouTube views and attracted an audience of 1.4 million across social media.
She turned the first page on her next chapter with “Girlfriend” in 2022. Her gleefully stoned intonation instantly intoxicated over airy production as she warned, “Don’t fall in love with a bitch like me.” Right out of the gate, it incited widespread tastemaker applause. The FADER attested, “Kaash Paige’s songs feel like late-night text convos brought to life,” and Brooklyn Vegan hailed it as “woozy, atmospheric.”