In 2016, Starlito, originally known as "All Star Cashville Prince," emerged onto the music scene. Having dropped his inaugural project in 2002, he swiftly gained acclaim as Nashville's rising star. His breakthrough arrived in 2005 with the nationwide hit "Grey Goose," featuring Young Jeezy and Yo Gotti. The song propelled him into the spotlight, leading to a deal with Cash Money as they revamped their roster post-Hot Boyz era.
Exiting the Cash Money deal in 2009 marked a transformative period for the Cashville Prince, who then evolved into the Starlito we recognize today. Building an extensive discography, notable projects include "Renaissance Gangster," "@ War with Myself," the "Starlito's Way" series, and the widely popular "Step Brothers" series alongside fellow artist Don Trip.
Starlito's enigmatic persona has cultivated a devoted fan base, establishing him as one of the most consistently successful independent artists. His story stands out as one of the most unique narratives in the music industry.