Cashflow first got his name out by recording in-car freestyles, such as "Ladies vs Thots," which now has a combined 5 million views on his socials. "Ladies vs Thots" turned into a single, and now the Harlem rapper is back with "One Life to Live."
On "One Life to Live," Cashflow gets Jeremih to lay down the hook, proof of his far-reaching talent early in his career. "One Life to Live" is Cashflow's most ambitious work yet, as he spits about his non-stop Harlem grind before pausing to let Jeremih deliver some inspiration on the hook.
"One Life to Live" will appear on Cashflow's upcoming mixtape Rich Thoughts Poor Habits.
What do you think of the Harlem emcee's skills?
Big crib, yeah the mansion, Vegas MGM Grand trips
Fight night's on the canvas, Floyd winning unanimous
We on the money train, check the transit
One live to live and I promise we 'gon nail it