Hip-Hop sensation, P-Kash, has not only defined all odds, but he's destroyed any obstacle placed before him. Growing up in the West Indies, and currently residing in Brooklyn, New York, P-kash was a star before he knew it.
Battle rap had a huge impact on the young spitta, battling in the streets of Harlem and then ended up battling for a Professional battle league called LIVELOOP. Little did he know, it was only the beginning. Going on the Unsigned Artist Tour in 2015 and 2017 was a huge highlight of his life. Opening up the stage for celebrity megastars such as 50 Cent, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Juicy J, Mobb Deep, and Cory Gunz — whose been label mates with Drake, Nicki Minaj, and Tyga. This didn’t stop him from climbing higher towards his dreams, P-Kash ended up on Billboard charts, iTunes charts, and AllThingsHipHop charts with one of his singles. After being heard on all syndicated radio stations, he then showed up on BET Networks. This eventually got him on MTV, Revolt TV, and local cable channels.
Performing for thousands and walking red carpets, Kash says it was a blessing from God. He then ended up on the cover of underground Fix Magazine issue 4 and then the cover for today’s rapper magazine August issue. P-Kash has even been nominated 5x, then eventually got the eye of the Grammys committee, and now he's a Grammy-invited artist. Today, he joins the Black Panther movie as a special feature, and he's modeling for urban clothing lines like Our Own Apparel, beginning a journey as a Brand Ambassador and the face for Ka’stell Vodka. P-Kash says nothing is better than fighting for your dreams independently. Now the CEO of his own company, P & K Entertainment (digital marketing), he says "never give up." After launching his clothing line, Fliyboyz and Fly Girls, he also launched a group effort brand called Team P-Kash. This then lead him to partner up with National Suicide Prevention to open up another charity called “Please Lend a Helping Hand.”