Kansas City artist Flash Gottii releases the new visual for his track “Same Ones” today. “Same Ones” is featured on his 8-track 20/20 Vision EP, which was released in mid-March. On “Same Ones, “Flash details how people assume he’s going to change now that he’s hobnobbing with celebrities. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
“I can’t change on my day ones
Ran it up with the same ones
I’m the same one
Cuz I been riding on the road chasin’ dough
I done ran up a bag with my woes”
The 20/20 Vision EP has accumulated over 800K streams, and includes Flash’s previous single, “Paper Chase” feat. Trippie Redd. That track has amassed almost 500K streams across DSPs and 1.4M views on YouTube The EP features production by multi-platinum hitmaker D.A. Got That Dope [“Taste,” “ZEZE,” “Godzilla”] and is available now via Entertainment One/100 Entertainment.
Flash Gottii was riding high. The Kansas City native had just traveled to Houston to do his first concert. There was a good turnout and he delivered a rousing performance. It was Mother’s Day, so he relayed his excitement to his mother, who was home in Missouri. They had a great conversation and Flash Gottii returned home. The next day, his mother passed away after a painful struggle with cancer. What had been a great moment instantly turned into a horrific reality. Flash Gottii felt mentally dead.
He relocated to California in search of his next steps. Flash Gottii was aimless, but found salvation in music. During a serendipitous trip to Atlanta to work on some material, he happened to be staying at the same hotel as rap star Blueface. They connected, and while there, he also bonded with Wack 100, Blueface’s manager.
Upon his return to Los Angeles, he uploaded his song “Whoa” on Instagram and the response was immense. It quickly got 30,000 views. A week later, the clip gained 500,000 views and later 1 million views. He believed it was a sign that he was on the right path. In June 2019, Flash Gottii sent the post to Wack 100 and was on the phone with him that night, and he soon signed to Wack 100’s new imprint 100 Entertainment.
His debut EP titled 20/20 Vision came out in mid-March. “I believe God is going to bless me with a breakthrough. I have faith that it’s all going to come together. This is my 20/20 Vision, the year that I’m going to break out.”
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