The Art of Dying (Deluxe Edition) by Cashis on Apple Music

21 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Originally from Chicago but based in Southern California, Cashis (a.k.a. Ca$his) started rhyming in the late '90s but got a break after hooking up with Eminem's Shady Records and appearing on three tracks on 2006's Eminem Presents: The Re-Up compilation. Multiple mixtapes and EPs followed, including The County Hound, Homeland Security, and The Vault. After years of paying dues and dealing with assorted industry drama, he's finally released his official debut album. Though his business partnership with Em seems to have ended, he still gets some big-name features here (Royce Da 5'9" on "1,2,3" and Mitchy Slick on "On the Boss"). But for the most part it's all Cashis, sounding off about paper ("Money on My Mind"), shootouts ("Where My Gunz At?"), and fallen homies ("TearDropz & Closed Caskets") over an array of catchy, radio-ready gangster beats. 

EDITORS’ NOTES

Originally from Chicago but based in Southern California, Cashis (a.k.a. Ca$his) started rhyming in the late '90s but got a break after hooking up with Eminem's Shady Records and appearing on three tracks on 2006's Eminem Presents: The Re-Up compilation. Multiple mixtapes and EPs followed, including The County Hound, Homeland Security, and The Vault. After years of paying dues and dealing with assorted industry drama, he's finally released his official debut album. Though his business partnership with Em seems to have ended, he still gets some big-name features here (Royce Da 5'9" on "1,2,3" and Mitchy Slick on "On the Boss"). But for the most part it's all Cashis, sounding off about paper ("Money on My Mind"), shootouts ("Where My Gunz At?"), and fallen homies ("TearDropz & Closed Caskets") over an array of catchy, radio-ready gangster beats. 

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About Cashis

Though he originally came from Chicago, Cashis decided that the best way to pursue his career as a rapper was by moving to Orange County, leaving the Windy City for sunny California with high school friend and producer Rikanatti. After releasing a series of successful mixtapes (including one that was recorded while Cashis was on bail awaiting trial for a crime he was eventually sent to jail for) and becoming one of the most popular O.C. MCs, gutter-style rapper Cashis was signed to Eminem's Shady Records (an Interscope imprint) and released his first single, "Talkin' All That," shortly after. In September 2006 the mixtape Bogish Boy (produced by Rikanatti and mixed by DJ Arkane) hit streets, followed by a spot on "You Don't Know" from the late 2006 Shady Records mixtape The Re-Up. ~ Marisa Brown

  • BORN
    Oct 10, 1982

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