“Bad Azz” featuring Mulatto & Benny The Butcher available now
Kash Doll and DJ Infamous release the music video for “Bad Azz” featuring Mulatto & Benny The Butcher via Infamy/BMG/Republic Records. Directed by Sara Lacombe, the blockbuster visual unites these four hip hop powerhouses on-screen for an event-level video worthy of this collaboration.
“Bad Azz” remains a critical favorite. In addition to plugs from Pitchfork and Brooklyn Vegan, UPROXX claimed, “Her comeback single shows she’s unafraid of the moment and knows just how to capture the public’s attention,” and REVOLT christened her “one of the most consistent emcees in the game today.”
Right now, she is expanding her repertoire into more acting and solidifying herself as not only an entertainer (stay tuned for her role in 50 Cent’s new series Black Mafia Family on Starz later this year) but a major businesswoman. 2021 is undoubtedly the year of Kash Doll. Stay tuned for updates.
Kash Doll continues to make waves. Receiving critical acclaim from Vulture and Marie Claire, Essence praised, “If there’s one rapper who can teach us a thing or two about remaining confident, it’s Kash Doll.” Meanwhile, she guested on “Friday Night Cypher” from Big Sean’s chart-dominating Detroit 2 and joined forces with HoodCelebrityy for “So Pretty.”
Kash Doll had an amazing 2019 releasing her debut album Stacked. She received a 2019 BET Award nomination for “Best Female Hip Hop Artist,” toured the country with Meek Mill and received critical acclaim for her album from Billboard, MTV, UPROXX, BET, Forbes, Nylon and more.
Detroit native Kash Doll has impacted the music industry with a commanding force, dropping street-earned truths with her throwback wordplay and powerful bars. The one-two combination of spirit and sass announced her as fiery female force in 2019 after quietly amassing 30 million-plus on-demand streams, garnering the BMI Social Star Award and “Issa Wave Award” at the BET Social Awards, securing a new management deal with Title 9 Productions and inking a recording contract with Republic Records.
An unbelievable story brought her to this point. Losing her dad on just her first birthday, she always held down multiple jobs to support her mom and siblings. And at 18, she started investing in herself eventually opening two beauty bars and funding her own music career. She made waves on the 2014 independent debut mixtape, Keisha Vs. Kash Doll. Following 2016’s Trapped In The Dollhouse, she developed a presence as a touring force and earned coveted co-signs from Drake, Big Sean, Rick Ross, Remy Ma, and many more. The 2018 The Vault Mixtape captured No. 1 on multiple mixtape sites as her debut single for Republic Records “Ice Me Out” and its 2 Chainz-assisted official remix clocked 85 million-plus total streams.
Last year, Kash Doll also released a project solely for her fans titled Brat Mail to thank them for all their continued support. The project garnered over 30 million global streams and features the break out single “Check.” Shortly before Brat Mail, Kash released one of her biggest singles to date, “For Everybody,” which racked up over 101 million YouTube/VEVO views independently. Outside of music, this boss runs Kash Doll Enterprises and does charity work around her hometown. Her city bestowed the “Spirit of Detroit” Award upon her.