Cuban/Canadian rapper/singer Aaron Salem is winning over fans—especially ladies—with his spin on the game. Need proof? His first meet & greet in Miami was shut down due to overcrowding. He’s blowing up on social networks, amassing an insane amount of traction on his work, which spans two full-length albums and ten industry grade videos.
It’ bigger than just music, though. After his sister passed away from a from a drug overdose in 2014, giving his music an added sense of purpose. He also manages to keep his music profanity and drug-free—which is [unfortunately] quite unusual, as well as admirable. According to his camp, his hit song “The Moment” was been directly accredited for saving a young fan’s life after she heard it while writing her suicide letter. Aaron quotes, “That type of success means everything.”
He’s keeping the momentum going with his new single/video “Dubai Money,” which amassed well over 200k plays in under two weeks. Clearly, there’s something there. Check out the video below—and mash the share button. Also, check his site.