Rapper GASHI just released his newest single, “Don’t Pass on Love.” It’s a fun, catchy track that’s perfect for summer. Like many of GASHI’s other works, it takes inspiration from other genres, this time having influences of R&B and reggae. The result is a good time. GASHI and Space Primates (Flo RIda, Chris Brown, David Guetta) produced the song. The artist stated about the track, “We’ve been thru a lot as people the past two years so it’s time for us to start accepting love and don’t pass on it”
The accompanying music video was also released on Youtube and features GASHI dancing and smiling in a mansion surrounded by beautiful women. The video is uplifting, joyous, and beautiful at the same time. GASHI co-directed the music video with Jon Primo.
Born in Libya, GASHI spent much of his young life as a refugee, moving from country to country. His family eventually settled in Brooklyn, NY, where he was introduced to music at a very young age. GASHI absorbed a melting pot of musical influences throughout his youth, resulting in the formation of his own unique sonic palette that blends together different genres of music. His dynamic sound has allowed GASHI to collaborate with a wide range of talents ranging from Chris Brown to Travis Scott. In the last couple of years, he released two studio albums, sold out venues across the globe, and has accumulated over 720 million streams with over 130 million video views worldwide.
Last summer, GASHI released his sophomore album 1984 which saw GASHI exploring and harboring new sounds that brought you back to his favorite time – the 80’s and featured his breakout hit “Mama” with the legendary Sting. He also released his documentary GASHI: Now You Know (watch here) and performed his first ever livestream performance featuring tracks from the 1984 album (watch the performance here).