April 16th, 2015
Since his mother past way, David Rush as put music aside after his last release “HTG Mama” but he’s back with what he calls “2 Fourty One” aka Legacy music. Produced by Nick Rio, this will serve sort as therapeutic to the rapper. He mentioned on his facebook page during recording i went thru so many emotions of anger and one of pain and confusion, and just wanted to know how she was up there in heaven. that day i made... Read More
Pitbull’s artist David Rush, recently had a great lose. From having a kidney transplant to now losing his mother. Sharing a video he recorded of her last words, the young rapper posting it via Facebook to share with friends and fans. This can be a heavy toll to a lot of us, but it seem Rush is keeping his head on tight and strong for his wife and kids. Releasing a new record dedicated to her ‘HTG Mama‘ the New Jersey rapper paints... Read More
[NEW MUZIC] RUSH[ED]: The Soundtrack and RUSH[ED] Series Trailer, Presented by DJ Whoo Kid and David RUSH!
01. Intro 02. Re-Born – prod by Nikko 03. Feel Me See Me – prod by PointBlank and Theory 04. Rush – prod by Keith Jones 05. Party Like We Do – prod by AnT 06. Rehab ft. Vaugn J – prod by PointBlank 07. Suicide Ride – prod by Lynx 08. Rushia Intro 09. Rushia – prod by Soundz 10. Red Light ft. Monsta – prod by Nikko 11. Stay with Me ft. Elijah King – prod by PointBlank and Theory 12.Green Monsta – prod by AnT 13. Don’t Judge... Read More
Above, David Rush inserts a needle into one of two dialysis access points in his right arm prior to starting his home dialysis treatment. ~ David Rush is an inspiring guy. For the past four years, the Highland Park hip-hop artist has been in a fight for his life, undergoing dialysis six days a week to battle the effects of a rare kidney disease called focal segmental glomerulosclerosis. Equally inspiring, his brother Dwaine Haskins,... Read More
New Jersey Rapper David Rush due for a kidney transplant After three years of undergoing dialysis treatment, Rush, a professional hip-hop artist, is about to undergo kidney transplant surgery that will allow him to more freely travel to share his music while also promoting kidney disease awareness. “I’m very excited,” said Rush, 28, of Highland Park during an interview at his mother’s home in Perth Amboy. The surgery... Read More