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Excepting Game and Mya there are no famous names on C.A.S.H., the fourth album from Philadelphia rapper Cassidy. It’s the first time the 28-year-old has made an album without the help of Swizz Beats, the producer and impresario who launched Cassidy’s career. By refusing his usual support system, Cassidy wants to prove he can go it alone, and that C.A.S.H. is not a mainstream gambit, but rather a lean, mean album for the neighborhood boys. The program is chock full of heavy street anthems — the best among them are “Face 2 Face,” “Monsta Muzik” and “All Day All Night.” Traces of Swizzy’s influence can be heard on the skittering club beats of “One Shot,” “Drumma Bass” and “High Off Life,” the last of which is a superb fusion of club rap and dancehall styles. Even though they bear the imprint of his mentor, the songs on C.A.S.H. are not hollow knockoffs of outdated styles. On the contrary, “Drumma Bass” is wild and minimal all at once, one of the year’s outstanding beats. Ultimately, Cassidy’s greatest talent is buffing his street raps with mainstream polish, a skill that is felt to maximum effect on “Peace,” “Hate Me Or Love Me” and “Paper Up.”

Customer Reviews


Most of the songs on this ablum are good. Overall, this is better then the garbage Cudi put out.


u herd dat monsta muzik?? 1:28 i got her panties wet u cant find a dry spot, she lemme squirt it in her face like eye drops... cass is hip hop.

More Club musik?

Huge Cassidy fan, but he talking bout the same thing as the rest of the industry. We all know he a hustla & a problem (repeats it 90x in each CD) But his mindset ain't right. With that lyrical skill he has, could get him HUGE if he' talks about important things. Over all this album is good for a
Cassidy fan, Great for a "gangsta party", "disappointment" for hustlas, "same as the rest" for ppl with knowledge of Hip/Hop. But if you must listen to "gangsta" "punchlines" "party" this CD is the way to go.


Born: July 7, 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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C.A.S.H., Cassidy
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  • Partial Album
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap, East Coast Rap
  • Released: Nov 16, 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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