Whatever else Chase N. Cashe may have on the agenda, there’s one thing that never changes: rain, snow, or shine, you’ll find the Surf Club emcee Riding Everyday in the streets of Los Angeles. On the latest song release off DJ Wally Sparks’ SPKSMEN Vol. 1 tape, the rapper/producer invites listeners to join him as he cruises his neighborhood, puffing a Swisher blunt and flashing his grill at female pedestrians. JP Did This 1 provides a slow-rolling trap instrumental to back Chase’s trill escapades. SPKSMEN: Vol. 1 is scheduled for free digital release later this month. In the meantime, Chase N. Cashe’s last project, Charm is still available for full streaming and digital purchase in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 12/3/12
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