Ace Hood ft. Rick Ross, T-Pain & DJ Khaled - Cash Flow

Posted 8 years ago
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Rapper Ace Hood feels pretty good about the hand he was just dealt.  Grinding to gain exposure and notoriety from the age of 16, the Deerfield Beach, Florida emcee recently landed a distribution deal with Def Jam (by way of DJ Khaled’s new label, We The Best Music Group) and will release his untitled debut album later this year.  On Cash Flow, featuring fellow Florida family members Rick Ross and T-Pain, the now 19-year old Ace talks about collecting his money and stacking it high over a solid (as always) production contribution from The Runners.  With Khaled set to release his last album off Koch this summer, expect to see a heavy presence of Ace Hood in the months to come.

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