Gashi Releases Two new Tracks and Accompanying Video for “Youtube Comments” and “Empty Inside”

 

Deeply personal, “YouTube Comments” reflects on actual comments from GASHI’s YouTube page, which shines a light on cyber bullying and the effects of the Internet and social media on one’s emotions. Through these songs, which address the issues head-on, GASHI shows that anyone can experience cyber bullying, but that you can persevere and overcome. If you wrote one of the comments used in the lyrics of “YouTube Comments,” GASHI wants to hear from you. Visit www.ihategashi.com to claim your songwriting credit.

GASHI on releasing “YouTube Comments” and “Empty Inside”: “These two songs mean a lot to me because ‘YouTube Comments’ gives me the opportunity to let the cyberbullies know that I no longer care what they think or have to say and when you listen it makes you think twice about caring about what other people think of you. ‘Empty Inside’ is the first song where I’m not rapping, I’m singing the entire song, so I’m excited for my fans to hear this other side of me.”

Directed by Shomi Patwary (A$AP Rocky, Beyonce, The Weeknd), the cinematic visual was shot in Los Angeles.

“YouTube Comments” and “Empty Inside” follow the release of GASHI’s “Blame It On the Bag,” “Used To Be” and “No No No,” of which the latter was featured on Spotify’s “New Music Friday” billboard in Times Square upon release. The track has been streamed over 6 million times worldwide and has appeared on Spotify’s Hot Rhythmic and Most Necessary playlists.

Currently on his European headlining tour, GASHI has previously released other standout tracks including, “Turn Me Down,” “24 Hours” and his breakout hit “Disrespectful,” which have collectively garnered over 100 million streams worldwide.

With outlets like XXL calling GASHI “a multi-talented artist,” Pigeons and Planes proclaiming “he’s been on a roll,” and VIBE declaring “…on his way to the major leagues….there’s no stopping GASHI now” he is fortifying the groundwork to be one of music’s breakout stars in 2018.

 

“YouTube Comments”:

Multi: http://smarturl.it/YTcomments

Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/YTcomments/applemusic

Itunes: http://smarturl.it/YTcomments/itunes

Spotify: http://smarturl.it/YTcomments/spotify

Amazon Music: http://smarturl.it/YTcomments/az

Google Play: http://smarturl.it/YTcomments/googleplay

YouTube: http://smarturl.it/YTcomments/youtube

SoundCloud: http://smarturl.it/YTcomments/soundcloud

 

“Empty Inside”:

Multi: http://smarturl.it/EmptyInside

Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/EmptyInside/applemusic

Itunes: http://smarturl.it/EmptyInside/itunes

Spotify: http://smarturl.it/EmptyInside/spotify

Amazon Music: http://smarturl.it/EmptyInside/az

Google Play: http://smarturl.it/EmptyInside/googleplay

YouTube: http://smarturl.it/EmptyInside/youtube

SoundCloud: http://smarturl.it/EmptyInside/soundcloud

 

 

Gashi Unleashes New Track “Blame It On The Bag” Via Honesty Saves Time/RCA Records

Burgeoning Brooklyn-bred artist GASHI today releases his new track, “Blame It On The Bag” and its accompanying lyric video. The track is now available to stream and purchase on all digital service providers via Honesty Saves Time/RCA Records. Click here to listen.

Written by GASHI and produced by Felix Leone (Travis Scott, Quavo), “Blame It On The Bag” shares the personal story of GASHI as his life changed from taking out the garbage at his family’s Brooklyn apartment building to finding success with his breakout hit “Disrespectful” and ultimately signing a management deal with RocNation. “Disrespectful” now has over 55 million streams worldwide.

GASHI on what the track means to him: “When my family and I moved to America we were blessed enough to be the superintendents of a building in Brooklyn. When I would do the garbage for the building, kids would take pictures of me holding the garbage bags and post them on social media to try and expose me. So, this song is basically me saying to them ‘blame it on the bag’ for motivating me to go and get a money bag.”

 “Blame It On The Bag”  follows the release of GASHI’s “Used To Be”  and “No No No,” which was featured on the Spotify “New Music Friday” billboard in Times Square upon release. The track has been streamed over 6 million times worldwide and has appeared on Spotify’s Hot Rhythmic and Most Necessary playlists.

GASHI has previously released other standout tracks including, “Turn Me Down,” “24 Hours” and his breakout hit “Disrespectful,” which have collectively garnered over 65 million streams worldwide.

With outlets like XXL calling GASHI “a multi-talented artist,” Pigeons and Planes proclaiming “he’s been on a roll,” and VIBE declaring “…on his way to the major leagues….there’s no stopping GASHI now” he is fortifying the groundwork to be one of music’s breakout stars in 2018.

Buy/Stream “Blame It On The Bag”:

All Retailers – http://smarturl.it/BlameTheBag

Apple Music – http://smarturl.it/BlameTheBag/applemusic

iTunes – http://smarturl.it/BlameTheBag/itunes

Spotify – http://smarturl.it/BlameTheBag/spotify

Amazon Music – http://smarturl.it/BlameTheBag/az

Google Play – http://smarturl.it/BlameTheBag/googleplay

Roc Nation’s GASHI Aims For G.O.A.T. Status In The Visual For “1134”

 

Back from the UK after shooting a video with GiggsGashi aims for G.O.A.T. status in the Satien “Sat” Mehta-directed clip for “1134.” Featuring actual baby goats and a multi-color light show that is sure to keep your eyes glued to the screen, the visual is the latest in his Stairs 2 project roll out.
Give the small screen interpretation of the Raymond Hauserman-produced banger a look after the break. Stairs 2 is on the way!

Jay Z’s Best Kept Secret, Gashi Drops Video For “Used To Be”

 
Equipped with a recent co-sign from Giggs as well backing by both Roc Nation & RCAGashi returns in the official video for “Used To Be.” The small screen adaptation for the Ben Billions-produced banger finds the “Disrespectful” rapper mobbing through New York City with his crew and features a cameo from fellow Brooklyn native Casanova.
Watch the explosive clip after the break and purchase the song via iTunes here.

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