Boston-bred rapper and lyricist Cakeswagg just dropped a brand new track titled “Big Plays.” 

The inspiring artist undoubtedly unveils one of her most powerful joints to date, a vivid proof of her versatile and multi-faceted skills allowing her to conquer almost any flow speed she desires. 

One of Boston’s Hip Hop scene’s most charismatic artists, Cakeswagg had previously released the track “Ferb and Phineas,” in 2020, but also Cakeology, Vol. 1, Candy Cake Season, and songs like “Thank you black girl,” “Cheesecake,” and “Guapanese,”  “Best of Me,” “Classic,” “Ice Cream,” “Candy,” “Had Enough,” and “Never Over.”

Always spreading her raw truths and straightforward honesty in every track she releases, she also has a driven and independent mindset that helps her overcome the many obstacles in the industry. About the men that want to guide her or teach her regarding how to do things in music, she shares: “They think they know what to tell us to do to be successful or to thrive. But it’s like, first of all, you don’t even know why some of us do music. You don’t know what motivates us.” 

“Big Plays” is proof of her vivid artistry and unmatchable talent so make sure to get familiar with Cakeswagg’s latest release while she is most certainly already planning her next move in the game. Stay tuned!

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