Ca$his - Get Up

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Ca$his , Club
Producer:
Rick Rock
Album:
Loose Cannon

Shady representative Ca$his released his debut EP, The Country Hound, this past spring.  The purpose of the release was to wet the taste buds of all his fans who eagerly awaited the release of his full-length LP, Loose Cannon.  Although the original release date for the debut was December 18th, the album has been pushed into 2008.  Not to worry however, Ca$his has dropped off some early holiday gifts.  Four potential inclusions on the album were posted last week to his MySpace page and we have the hottest of the four, Get Up.  Produced by West Coast boardsmith, Rick Rock, the Chicago-born MC lays down a barrage of powerful rhymes over traditional L.A. production.  1st quarter of next year you might just need to Get Up!

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