Gabriel Tirado desires youthful artists to be taught the ropes of the enterprise aspect of music previous to coming into the trade, to allow them to evade conditions when individuals could attempt to benefit from them. The 24-year-old exudes that actual sentiment with the discharge of his newest single "Cash Rules" that includes rising star Lil Baby, which arrives Billboard premiere on Thursday (Oct. 18).
"Cash Rules" pays homage to the Wu-Tang Clan's 1993 traditional "C.R.E.A.M." as Tirado boasts his need for the finer issues in life over the Hannibal manufacturing. "I stay by the motto, 'Whatever you set first, you'll be profitable at.' I decided to give attention to my music so I can’t lose so long as I stay targeted," G.T. tells Billboard of placing his all into music in hopes of a greater life for him and his household.
Tirado calls on Atlanta's Lil Baby for the help, who takes the baton and injects himself into the opulent visible simply previous to the two-minute mark. "Cash guidelines every thing round me/I used to be caught on the backside they tried to down me/In the center of the tasks is the place they discovered me/I be in every single place them kilos be," Baby raps.
Gabriel Tirado is gearing as much as start his musical journey with the discharge of his debut EP Progress Report. In the meantime, try the "Cash Rules" video beneath.