Cush Wallace has dropped a brand new single titled “Ammo.” The second track from his 4-track EP titled “Drico II: The Rise of Federico down by Pico.”
Cush Wallace is based in Central LA and has adapted that West Coast sounds to his own. Every bar is littered with confidence, and it feels like he is always rapping in the rap battle, never a dull moment.
Ammo is no different; Cush Wallace loads his gun up with a crafty track. The song themes many things, women, drugs, partying, street work, friends, enemies, and lots more. The song is a staple to the album “Drico II: The Rise of Federico down by Pico.”
The track “Ammo” by Cush Wallace has some good stop breaks and beat breaks, and Cush takes advantage of it. By hitting his best lines, for example:
“I only care if the head is good.”
Cush Wallace is a multi-instrumentist as a guitarist and cellist. He has shared the stage with Kendrick Lamar and E-40, gaining support from Beats By Dre, and landing a spot on Apple Music’s Hip Hop chart and Triller’s Top Trending Songs this year,
Take a listen to the full album to get the full effect from Cush Wallace.