One thing you can’t deny is the talent Paper Lovee and Gwallae a.k.a Cash Set Lae both possess. Although Paper Lovee and Gwallae have separate careers, both artists are real brothers who were born and raised in Atlanta, GA. With 10+ years of industry experience and several top chart worthy songs later, it is clear these siblings are not letting up and working hard to reach the top! I discovered Gwallae from an Instagram post of him paying homage to ATL Legend, Shawty Lo. His freestyle to “Dey Know” was so captivating, I had to learn more about him, and what he is working on. Gwallae is extremely talented. Every time I see him he’s working on new music or shooting another video. As an A&R, an artist’s work ethics combined with talent are two of the most important attributes we are looking for. Gwallae is focused on his craft and his work speaks for itself. It’s one thing to tell an A&R that you’re an amazing artist, but it’s another thing to show us your true potential. Gwallae has the potential to be signed and I look forward to seeing what else is next on his agenda.
“Ray Charles” featuring Paper Lovee is from Gwallae’s album, Recovery. You can check out their newly released video to “Ray Charles” on YouTube and download each of Gwallae’s songs on all major platforms.