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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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The Art of Dying

finally Capo drops some heat!!! Been waiting 4ever like
Water Whippin, Picture Me, Stunna all bangers!!!
Money on my mind is classic Capo!
Do yourself a favor & buy this album

Not on the same level as The County Hound EP

I've been following Cashis since he signed to Shady Records. From his EP, The County Hound, and other mix tapes from this era, I felt like Cashis had the tools to become one of the biggest personalities in rap. The temporary collapse of Shady Records during Eminem's addiction left Cashis out to dry, and he never saw the promotion or attention he deserved.
I've been anticipating The Art of Dying since The County Hound. The difference in quality is crazy. He changed the way he records entirely (not layering his vocals), and his independent label must have left him with cheap beats. In listening, you miss how much better the engineers with Shady Records mixed together his records.
Don't get me wrong, there are still burners on this album (Roll Up, U Think That I'm Crazy, The Pledge, On the Boss, All of the Above), but I was expecting a lot out of this album. I still gave it a 3/5.

Art of dying

Best album rite here


Born: October 10, 1982

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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...
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