Cashius Green ft. Pheo - Right Now

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Ty Real
Album:
Right Now EP

Patience may be a virtue but, all things being equal, I’d choose instant over delayed gratification any day of the week. And I bet you would, too. For example, would you rather listen to the latest street single from Cashius Green tomorrow, or Right Now? Yeah, that’s what I thought. The title track off his next EP, this whip-ready selection sees the recent Vested in Culture signee going in over Ty Real‘s slow-rolling percussion and eerie synth squeals. Moreno Valley, California rhymesayer Pheo, previously heard collaborating with Curtiss King on Ren & Stimpy, spits a self-assured guest 16. Craving more? Unfortunately, you will have to wait a little bit longer for Green’s next project. Right Now (the EP) is scheduled to hit iTunes next Tuesday, October 15.

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