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The Total Package


In a climate of sing-songy hooks, meaningless verses and here today, gone tomorrow artists, New Jersey lyricist/songwriter Flash offers a refreshing dose of the wordplay, wit and creativity that’s been missing from the game for so long. Flash is far from a newcomer to the industry, having been signed to Ruff Ryders (DMX, The Lox, Eve), and before that, SRC Records (Akon, David Banner), after being discovered by its’ CEO, music industry vet, Steve Rifkind. Having already toured and worked with superstars such as DMX, Akon, Boyz II Men, Jim Jones, Fat Joe, Jadakiss and Swizz Beatz, Flash is a recognized force within the industry among fans and peers alike.   


Through his independent imprint, Hardwork Entertainment, Flash is wrapping up recording his latest project, G.A.M.E. (Grown Ass Man Entertainment), to be released in June 2018.  The announcement of his long-awaited return to the booth has already sparked excitement and buzz among fans missing the lyrics and hard-hitting tracks characteristic of true east coast hip hop. To Flash, being an independent artist gives him the platform to show that making great music doesn’t have to come at the expense of lyricism and substance.  G.A.M.E. will be no exception, packed with the signature balance of punchlines and finesse that Flash’s fans have come to expect from him.


Also known as Flashy — a nickname earned for his good looks and flossy, yet understated fashion sense, Flash’s appeal transcends the boundaries that trap many artists, attracting a diverse group of fans who have followed him throughout his career. A rarity in the entertainment business, Flash possesses the total package - superior lyrical prowess, stage presence, and a magnetic personality that make him stand out in any crowd. These qualities, coupled with his ability to consistently deliver classic, contagious songs, ensure he'll make an impact not only in the music world, but also in the arenas of film, television and fashion.  

Get to know Flash. Then watch, but most importantly listen - and understand why Flash IS Hip Hop.