Al Kush
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Al Kush

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States | INDIE

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States | INDIE
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"Just a Gringo"
"Fly Me 2 Da Moon"
"Livin the Kush life"



Born and raised in Palm Beach County, FL., Money Clean Entertainment artist, AL Kush is the front runner for the independent label with two goals in mind, being different and making every song a hit.

Credited with taking a new route on hip hop with his ear worm lyrics and comedic style, his debut single portrays a white male trying to win the love of a Latina who sums him up as “Just A Gringo”.

Proving not to be just any “gringo”, the 24-year old college educated, street smart rapper has a versatile style with catchy commercial hooks that can either be serious, or comedic. Kush explains, “When it comes down to it, I just want people to hear my music and smile, whether they relate to it, want to laugh at the lyrics or just straight up love it.”

Recognizing that breaking into such a saturated genre is a huge goal in itself, Al Kush remains motivated by the love of music fortified by his father at an early age and shares that while” on car rides or long trips…we listened to rock, The Beatles, Tom Petty and other famous musicians…” and thought music was something he would “want to create.”

When Al got into high school he began taking writing and recording music more seriously making it a priority ever since. With a lot of hard work and experiencing life’s lessons, Al acquired his flow and style that is unlike anyone who is currently in the business. Kush states, “My ultimate goal is to one day be recognized and respected across the world for the creativity and talent I possess.”
Always attentive to his fans, Al encourages his listeners to give there opinion on what he is doing, “I always want to know what the people really think.”

Al Kush debut single “Just a Gringo” is something that he has never done before and proclaims “the song is more than music, it’s an original work of art…it sets precedence for what’s to come.”