Tommy Dajon Cummings, better known by his stage name Stash God DAE was born January 5, 1993, in Macon Ga. Stash God Dae was greatly influenced by notable musicians since being in the studio at age 3. He started playing football at the age of 5. As a football star, He was unstoppable winning championships and super bowls. While attending Central High School he decided he wanted to rap. Cummings later changed his name to STASH, which means surviving through a steady hustle. He and two of his childhood friends Hustle Zombie(Tony Davis) and Dolla(Billy Brown) they became Stash Gang.
Stash God Dae recorded his first song with his uncle(Bennie Vickers). When Cummings realized the power of his sound he began writing and linked up with his friend Jamaal Saleem to keep perfecting his craft, where they recorded several projects and released mixtapes on different platforms.
Cummings had a vision for STASH GLOBAL. Trap Talk was his first hit single paying homage to his favorite rapper the late Bankroll Fresh. The song caught the attention of his uncle (Reshard Everette). Everette believed in Cumming’s vision. This started the movement Keep It Moving Entertainment, a hip hop label based out of Macon Georgia. Stash God Dae’ music is a direct connection to the streets and struggle of today’s 90’s babies.
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-manager Sherita Vickers
-Label Ceo Reshard Everett