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Album Review

With the release of his 2007 effort B.A.R.S.: The Barry Adrian Reese Story, Cassidy's iffy relationship with the album format was resolved, with both jail time served and a near death experience inspiring some of his best lyrics to date. While C.A.S.H. — and that stands for Cass Always Stays Hard — is not nearly as focused as B.A.R.S., it’s his first satisfying effort without a true concept, although in many ways, it does continue the story. The previously troubled rapper opens the album at ease, reading off his list of imaginary rap battles: interesting stuff like Rick Ross vs. Fat Joe or Common vs. Mos Def — over a small, crooked beat from producer Bink. The track is followed by the good-time throwback anthem “Paper Up,” with more highlights coming, including collaborations with the Game and reggae singer Junior Reid. Add the top-notch single “Drumma Bass” and the Redman-like “Awww S****” and fans will consider this one of Cassidy’s better efforts.


Born: 07 July 1982 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The first MC of significance to be supported by Swizz Beatz's J-affiliated Full Surface label, Cassidy is a fresh-faced Philadelphian who gained a lot of attention as a battle rapper -- with a successful bout against Freeway as one of the first feathers in his cap. People who had been following him through several mixtape appearances were more than a little surprised by the angle taken on his first solo single, "Hotel." Rather than build on his street credibility, Cassidy used the song -- with vocal...
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  • Partial Album
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap, East Coast Rap
  • Released: 16 November 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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