Kaash Paige, a singer-songwriter managed by Roc Nation took the Alternative R&B genre by storm last year with her debut, ‘Parked Car Convos’. The perfectly titled album provided auto-tune over chill beats while covering what we’ve probably all sat in a car and talked about one time or another; heartbreak, escapes and fake friends.

This year, Kaash dares to release another project entitled, ‘Teenage Fever’. The 19 year old, hailing from Dallas, TX, gives sultry vocals with relatable lyrics from beginning to eend. If you’ve liked tracks from artists like SZA, 6lack, or Brent Faiyaz, you’re sure to like this album as well.

On ‘Teenage Fever’, Kaash reflects on her unique and last teenage chapter, in a way that resonates with severa; age groups. Tracks like ‘Grammy Week’ and ‘Break Up Song’ alongside features like K Camp and 42 Dugg help provide a perfect “after graduation” vibe, even if your cap and gown are gathering dust somewhere. 

My personal favourite track is ‘Problems’ featuring Isaiah Rashad. What’s yours?

Words by Amanda Q. Wallace

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