Album Review: Kaash Paige Teenage Fever

A breath of fresh air is not only what your body needs but what the music industry needs. The music industry, especially the R&B needs that breath of fresh air, and Kaash Paige is trending in that direction of being that. Kaash Paige is a Dallas singer who was one of the first artists to have her song “Love Songs” blow on up TikTok.

Kaash Paige has since then dropped her Ep ‘Parked Car Convos.’ The project boosted her notoriety and led her to sign with Def Jam while being managed by Roc Nation. Kaash Paige is now back with a new album called “Teenage Fever,” with features coming from Don Toliver, SSG Kobe, 42 Dugg, K Camp, and TDE rapper Isaiah Rashad. From front to back, the project covers everything a modern-day teenager would have to go through. It goes from heartbreak to losing friends to dealing with mental health issues to everything else under the sun. Kaash Paige flexes her vocal talent to convey her emotions and tell her story. She also allowed her features to bring a different energy to each track they’re on.

Kaash Paige’s project is good and has her trending in the right direction. R&B music as a whole has been on the stale side lately when it comes to new talent and new sounds. But Kaash is bringing some youth and Dallas swag with her. You can stream the project on all music platforms.

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