Ca$his - Got That Product

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Ca$his
Producer:
C. Major
Album:
Loose Cannon (Series 2)

On Tuesday, Shady Records rapper Ca$his will release the second volume in his Loose Cannon mixtape series.  Following his March 4, DJ Arkane-mixed Loose Cannon (Vol. 1), the Boogish Boy’s new mixtape will feature all brand new material, including the C Major produced, Got That Product.  In real life Ca$his has a major label record deal, though in the song he states his need for an income by any means necessary, reeling off an endless supply of narcotics (prescription and otherwise) he sells on the daily.  Hopefully, if the Chicago-born MC is able to drop is debut double-album, Loose Cannon, as scheduled on July 25, his lyrics will remain the only place he needs to slang crack.

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