By: Seamus Fay
Mizzie Cash is back with a new single titled “Splash”, acting as more proof that the 17-year-old artist is rapping years beyond his age. Armed with flows and lyrics that will be stuck in your head after the first second along with consistently wavy production, he clearly knows where he fits in. Mizzie never fails to work within his best skills, one of many reasons why he’s such a strong artist already.
“Splash” is a motivated track, detailing the street life that Mizzie Cash has seen and lived, especially in pursuit of money. He talks like a veteran to the game, and over the calmed melodies crashing against the hard-hitting trap drums, the Boston artist’s style and lyrical performance shine. Listen to “Splash” below, and don’t sleep on Mizzie Cash – his work ethic will have his name everywhere soon.
I used to be a savage lemme tell you bout my past/ And I don’t like the strip, but I do it for the cash/ I’m only 17, but I grew up kinda fast/