East New York [*Uncle Murder Voice*] is home to a bustling new talent that I’ve been
sleeping on (unfortunately) backlogged on covering heavily due to — well — being a busy professional journalist. I get a LOT of music stuffed in my inbox, and I’ve been loafing, but this kid, Dash Flash, has a lot going for him.
I first came across him while putting together my weekly playlists earlier this year. I stumbled upon his Young Lito assisted “Go,” and immediately dug into his other joints on his website, “My City” featuring YungViceCity and “Bad News.” From there I found his Soundcloud and bumped his EP.
With the level of undercover signees building a narrative around their “come up,” I’ve been following Dash Flash’s rise carefully — just based on the great features he was landing — like Lil’ Wayne, Rich The Kid, and the Pink Panther himself, Riff Raff.
However, it’s organic as they come. This kid is moving, and as of this past August, he’s officially in the game (frfr).
— Dash Flash (@DashFlaSh) August 13, 2017
With a newly minted digital distribution deal with California-based Empire Distribution, which distributed such game-changing singles as “Look at Me” by XXXTENTACION, “All the Way Up” by Fat Joe & Remy Ma, “Broccoli” by D.R.A.M., and “Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)” by Rich Homie Quan, he’s on his way to great things.
Next up? A brand new visual alongside Miami-based Zoey Dollaz, which he’s been teasing on his Twitter profile.
— Dash Flash (@DashFlaSh) September 20, 2017
I’ve been holding back on this kid, but that stops here. Dash Flash is in the group of next up. He’s worked with some of the best in the business, and with new distribution in place, it’s only a matter of time before he bubbles over into the mainstream.
When I get old I'm going to look back on life and I'm going to smile because I was never afraid to live my dream.
— Dash Flash (@DashFlaSh) September 21, 2017