Don of CashOverClout & Ace da Vinci – Duke Nukem

Westside native Don of CashOverClout joined forces with Ace da Vinci and aged themselves just a bit with “Duke Nukem.”

In yet another CashOverClout/SmartMouf collaboration, Don of CashOverClout and Ace da Vinci float over an Ace da Vinci produced beat on “Duke Nukem.” Named for the video game original released in 1991, “Duke Nukem” is two minutes and 56 seconds of vibes and sounds a little like a video game.

Don of CashOverClout rightfully takes pride in his performance, declaring “lyrically, this one of the hardest songs I ever did.” A hard lyrical performance that was absolutely necessary to be befitting of the Ace da Vinci beat. Don employed a laidback flow that emphasized his lyrics without overpowering the beat.

While Ace da Vinci outdid himself in the way of production, his lyrical performance was notable as well. Ace da Vinci’s flow while completely different from Don’s was equally perfect over the beat, making “Duke Nukem” complete and reiterating that CashOverClout and SmartMouf is always a dope combination.

Don of CashOverClout & Ace Da Vinci – 365

Don of CashOverClout is keeping the ball rolling. After giving the world an animated masterpiece, Don of CashOverClout debuted his latest: “365.”

Don of CashOverClout teamed up with Ace Da Vinci again for what very well may be the kickback theme song of the season. “365” is certainly an easy listen. Don’s mello flow is near perfection and Ace Da Vinci is the icing on the cake.

The dynamic duo delivered a video just as smooth as the song. The visual features women, weed, and Snoopy and was captured by Ryder Visuals.

Don of CashOverClout – Right Now (Visual)

If fans know nothing about Don of CashOverClout, they know he is never short on creativity. His latest visual “Right Now” is proof of that.

After spending a bit over a year in production, Don of CashOverClout released the first visual from his 1Day1Night EP and it’s epic. An animated masterpiece, “Right Now” is nothing like anything fans have ever seen. The time spent on “Right Now” is apparent.

Despite being a sensory overload, “Right Now” is every gamer’s dream and flawless animation makes it effortless to get lost in the fantasy of it all.