Based in Central LA, Cush Wallace is molding a new, distinct sound in West Coast hip hop. Characterized by dreamy, floaty croons and machete-like rap bars, he uses his music to share personal anecdotes about relationships with women and business dealings. Growing up between the thriving music hotspots of New York and Los Angeles, Cush Wallace has often drawn sonic inspiration from his Afro-Latino roots since emerging on the scene in 2013.
As a multi-instrumentalist who is classically trained as a guitarist and cellist, he writes, produces, and even mixes and masters his own music. After sharing the stage with the likes of fellow Cali artists Kendrick Lamar and E-40, gaining support from Beats By Dre, and landing a spot on Apple Music’s Hip Hop chart and Triller’s Top Trending Songs this year, Cush Wallace is poised to be the next big thing coming out of the West Coast.