EBE Kastro gives fans the visual to his new track with CashMoneyAp and 16yrold – a track A&R’d by Pusha T
Recently VA rapper EBE Kastro dropped his new single, “Walk In My Life.” The introspective single is A&R’d by Virginia rap legend and one-half of the Clipse, Pusha T. The song is produced by the prolific production duo of 16yrold and CashMoneyAp.
Taking listeners on an upbeat ride through EBE Kastro’s world in the “Seven Cities,” the track gives listeners a look into the rapidly ascending artist’s path to success while hurdling the obstacles a young Black man faces in America.
Accompanied by a highly artistic music video fully equipped with visual effects, this track has quickly generated a huge buzz locally and online as many of the comments allude to EBE Kastro being slept on and underrated.
“I got a beat pack from Pusha T and it was a bunch of producers but I heard the ones from 16yrold and CashMoneyAp and something just clicked. But Pusha T really hooked it up and has taken me under his wing. He has really helped me out a lot in terms of helping shape my career and the path that I’ve taken.”
“I got a beat pack from Pusha T….”
Bred in the “Seven Cities” of Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach, EBE Kastro has quickly become an artist to watch. There’s no better evidence of that fact than Pusha T taking note of EBE Kastro’s buzz and ultimately taking him under his wing to executive produce his most recent project.
Connecting EBE with producers and getting him on industry executives’ radars, Pusha T was instrumental in pushing EBE to go further with his career.
“He caught wind of me and put out the word that he wanted to chat with me. We talked, we met up and he heard my tracks and he just got a feel for who I was and he loved the tracks and so from there we just built a relationship,” EBE Kastro explained. “He helped me pick out beats, he gives me advice and he basically just has tried to put me in the right situation to succeed. He’s a good dude, he definitely looked out and I really appreciate it.”
Gaining notoriety around the Seven Cities of Virginia, EBE Kastro says people thought he signed a big deal and moved away from his hometown, but he’s remained humble and looks forward to helping his community with various fan appreciation events throughout the year.
“After the release of my Pusha-T assisted project everyone thought I inked a big deal and I was less accessible, but I’m here, I stay in VA and I’m always looking to connect with fans and build lifelong relationships. I hope this song motivates people to push past those who doubt them. Some people don’t understand the vision I’m looking to create with my music and I think this song gives them the message that I’m a real person showing who I am through my music.”