Up and coming rapper, Kake GetLit, is getting noticed by very powerful people in the hip-hop community and has scored some airtime on SiriusXM with his latest track, “Hawaiian Punch.”
“Hawaiian Punch” serves as Kake’s first big single release, along with a music video released on YouTube that has already racked up thousands of views. Spitting lyrics while sitting atop a mega-mansion in Los Angeles, Kake makes a compelling argument for why the popular red fruit drink is at the top of his list.
Kake’s new single will be getting a prime listening slot this upcoming weekend on SiriusXM for DJ Carisma’s “Live From the Westside” weekly show, airing from 9 – 11 PM PT on Hip-Hop Nation channel 44.
“Live from the Westside,” hosted by Carisma and Young California, give up and coming artists the chance to get some legitimate airplay and exposure to millions of listeners on satellite radio.
Born and raised in Pasadena, California, Kake began his journey in the music industry at a very young age, as his father was a record executive who exposed the young star to dozens of talented singers and hitmakers. Kake began writing his own lyrics and making recordings at the age of 4 and credits much of his inspiration to the legendary hip-hop duo, UGK.
Kake’s debut album “Make A Wish” is set for a release in 2021 and will include featured tracks with The Game, Casey Veggies, KXNG Crooked and others.
“The song’s called Hawaiian Punch because it’s the best thing to mix with your preferred substance of choice. Same with the song. The drink got, I don’t know how many flavors, I tried to do the same with the song,” Kake told The Blast.
He added, “And to get the track played on SiriusXM is a moment I’ve been waiting on for a while. I been listening to DJ Charisma on the radio since I was young and first started drinking Hawaiian Punch so it’s only right.”