Krimelife Ca$$ delivers a gritty yet infectious hit with "Wuss Poppin"
Written by Greg Harris
Hailing from the depths of New York City, Krimelife Ca$$ has been making a way for himself to present some of the grittiest vibes that The Big Apple has to offer in their sound today. Differentiating himself from the likes of peers coming from the same area, Ca$$ uses his aggressive tone and slick lyricism to his advantage engage listeners and he rightfully does so with his latest video, "Wuss Poppin". The No Jumper premiered visual captures the Brooklyn native toting straps, throwing gang signs, and grooving effortlessly to the score of the video.
The New York City boom that has brought out the likes of Cardi B, A Boogie with the Hoodie, Young MA, and more has shown listeners that NYC is on the rise once again with offering talented acts to the forefront. On the independent level of the city's scene, Ca$$ has to be mentioned in the conversation of artists who are from the city who aim to make a difference with their sound and who push the boundaries to showcase the youth-driven energy that's derived in their music.
Watch the video here.