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P.$mith is an up-and-coming rapper from Miami Gardens, South Florida. His love for music was instilled in him at a young age by his father, Princeton Smith, a successful singer and producer in Miami in the 1980s and 1990s. P.$mith’s flow and rap talent has earned him the respect of South Florida’s best, including Kodak Black, Brisco, Zoey Dollaz and Rick Ross. His singles “Flawda Wada” and “No Risk” have become hits in his hometown, making him a household name in 2022.




As an emerging rapper from Miami who is shaking up the scene, his unique flow and clever wordplay have earned him a loyal following and a reputation as one of the freshest new talents in the industry.

P.$mith burst onto the scene in 2022 with his debut single "Flawda Wada" which quickly gained traction on streaming platforms and radio stations across the country. His follow-up single, "NO RISK" further established him as a rising star in the hip hop world and earned him critical acclaim from industry insiders.


P.$mith has come a long way since his rough past and he has worked hard to stay out of trouble and dedicate himself to his music and his daughter. His past has provided him with a unique perspective on life and it has helped him write songs that cover a wide range of topics and emotions. From his hometown anthems like "Flawda Wada" to his street records like "No Risk" to his more serious tracks like "Loyal" to his more light-hearted commercial songs like "She Belongs," P$mith has something for everyone. His fans love his versatility and his ability to capture different feelings in his music. He truly is a one of a kind artist.


In the summer of 2022, P.$mith signed a development deal with Up Top Music Group, owned and operated by Shawn Williams (Brother of Grammy Winning Producer J Runnah). With this deal, P.mith is fortunate to have the guidance and mentorship of President Wais P (Former Rocafella artist and Grammy award Winner), Devon Stoute (Cousin of Steve Stoute, Co-Founder of Flypaper Management), Nashawn Carter aka Dusse-Nay (Dreamchasers A&R) and consulting from Rel Carter (nephew of Jay-Z and Executive with EQ/Rocnation). With the experience and success of these industry professionals, P$mith is sure to be on the rise to success.


P.$mith is an energetic and dynamic performer who truly captivates his audience. He has an incredible ability to understand the nuance and subtlety of an artist's performance, and he knows the importance of the call and response between the artist and the fans in attendance. He is able to draw energy and emotion from the audience and is meticulous in his rehearsal and preparation. P$mith is able to take the energy of the fans and translate it into an amazing performance that leaves them wanting more.


P.$mith has had the pleasure of collaborating with some of Miami's legendary artists such as Zoey Dollaz and Brisco. His music has been well-received, not only by the Miami music scene, but has been played on 99 Jams, 103 The Beat in Miami, Hot 97 in New York City, Hot 107 in Atlanta and aired on Sirius XM radio nationwide. Additionally, various DJs from the east coast and beyond have shown support for his music, including the likes of DJ Whoo Kid, DJ Epps, DJ Scream, DJ Nasty and DJ Superstar Jay to name a few. P$mith is a perfect example of how dedication, hard work, and a talented ear for music can make dreams come true.

P.$mith has a special place in his heart for South Florida and pays homage to the legendary rappers in the region. He is determined to build his own legacy and has already made a name for himself, with many of his tracks showing off his lyrical prowess. He has a unique style that sets him apart from the competition and he continues to develop his skills with each project.

P.$mith has earned the respect of many of South Florida’s best hip-hop artists and is quickly becoming one of the most sought after artists in the region. His dedication to his craft and his passion for his hometown have made him a beloved figure in the local hip-hop scene. He is sure to continue to make an impact in the South Florida music industry for years to come.

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