Though Chase N. Cashe‘s dedication to amassing currency is evident from his stage name, the New Orleans native’s aspirations aren’t actually all that extravagant; once he’s collected enough wealth to ensure his long-term peace of mind, the rest will go to putting his friends and loyal homies in a better place. Chase’s first feature since the February release of free album Heir Waves, Me & Mine finds the artist spitting about the deeper motivations behind his grind over the lush, brass-laced sample work of Marge & Deezy. In his closing bars, L.A. repper Casey Veggies promises to give some of the proceeds of his hustle back tho the ‘hood where he came up. This magnanimous banger is unattached to any larger project, but those feeling it can, of course, watch our pages for further news and tunes from both collaborators.
Written by richard on 06/4/13
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The Crown Bearers
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"I Don't Want Nothing" (2011)
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