Female Artist Asheba Wadley aka Gold Is Making A Splash In The Music Industry

Coming from a family of hustlers and musicians, Asheba Wadley, better known as Gold, is using her struggles to fuel her music career. Being instilled with a hard-working mentality from a young age, Gold has worked for everything she has accomplished. Her hard work and determination have taken her great lengths in her career thus far, but she is looking to expand in 2021.

Locked in on making 2021 her year, Gold has been working nonstop to pinpoint her sound and create the best quality music for her fans. Creating a unique spin in the female rap industry, Gold pulls inspiration from popular trap artists such as Lil Keed, Gucci Mane, and Lil Tecca to model her sound after.

Creating a distinguishable sound that her fans have come to know and love, Gold is building off that and beginning to push her new music. She recently released a hit single titled “helping hand” and it is well worth a listen. She touches on how her life has changed and how people who once blew her off are crawling back asking for help. “helping hand” helps us get a taste of what we can expect to see from the up-and-coming artist in the near future. And with that being the case, there is nothing but excitement in the air for future releases.

Building her career from the ground up with the principles instilled by her family, Gold has been able to accomplish great feats in her career thus far. Over the course of the last year and a half she has been going the extra mile to expand on those accomplishments and progress her career as a whole. Showing signs of great improvement and no signs of slowing down, Gold is in a prime position moving forward. Be sure to keep an eye out for Asheba Wadley aka Gold because you’re not going to want to miss out.

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