What is 1nonly’s song Ash Kaashh about?

RAPPER and music producer 1nonly released a song about model and influencer Ash Kaashh.

We take a look at what the song actually means and what other songs he’s released.


Bunny Girl’s Most Popular Rapper 1 Hit Over 100,000 Listens In One WeekCredit: INSTAGRAM

What is 1nonly’s song Ash Kaashh about?

The rapper’s song is mostly about money and sex.

He flexes his wealth by speaking of his “whip” and his rolex which are his “drip”.

1 refers only to Only fans model and influencer Ash kaashh throughout the song.

One of the most important lines of the song says, “She loves Ash Kaashh, only the tip”

The song references an allegedly leaked Ash Kaashh sex tape and has racked up over 11 million views on YouTube.

The song refers to model and influencer Ash Kaashh who allegedly leaked a sex tape


The song refers to model and influencer Ash Kaashh who allegedly leaked a sex tapeCredit: Instagram

Who is 1nonly?

My only real name is Nathan Fuller.

He is a rapper and music producer who launched YouTube in April 2019.

In January 2022, he had more than 300,000 subscribers on his YouTube.

He also publishes on his Tik Tok account short extracts from his latest projects where he has nearly 400,000 followers.

The young rapper has yet to reveal his age to his fans, but most assume he’s in his late teens to early twenties.

Find your Instagram account under the handle @ n8thanfuller, where he posts artistic selfies.

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What other songs did 1nonly do?

The rapper is best known for songs such as “Bunny Girl”, “Lovely” and “Shakira !.”

His clips have over 156 million views in total on his official YouTube channel.

He released his first single, “Forever In Love”, in May 2019.

Her music video “Bunny Girl” has been viewed over 100,000 times in less than a week.

According to Spotify, 1nonly has over 4.5 million listeners per month.

His most popular song being “Stay With Me” with over 100 million plays.

Next comes “Bunny Girl” with 46 million and “Shakira!” with 36 million plays.

Soon after, “Ash Kaashh” with 21 million.

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