There was a lot of hype surrounding this track, but it’s now been confirmed that “Syllables” from Eminem, Jay-Z, Dr Dre, 50 Cent, Cashis and Stat Quo is actually an old track that was recorded a couple of years ago. A big give-away is the voice used from Eminem, more familiar with his music pre-Relapse. The track is still excellent and is a brilliant combination of the finest Aftermath-affiliated artists. Watch out for some more music in the near future from the above artists as we head into 2011. Many questions remain regarding Detox, however “Syllables” isn’t a confirmed entry on the track listing. You can listen to Eminem x Jay-Z x Dr Dre x Cashis x 50 Cent x Stat Quo – Syllables below.
Thanks to Rikanatti for sending this to me. As Hip-Hop Kings readers are aware, Cashis is constantly featured on the blog, so I’d like to share his latest single which features Freekey Zekey called “U Aint Ready”. It’s unclear at the moment whether the single will be featured on any forthcoming projects – but I will keep Hip-Hop Kings readers updated with any developments. You can listen to Cashis x Freekey Zekey x Rikanatti – U Aint Ready on the audio player below.
I’ve literally been sat on Twitter waiting for this leak all day. I’d like to share the new track from Cashis, who has teamed up with Obie Trice and D12 member Kuniva for their new track “The Bizness”. The song has been produced by Rikanatti and mixed by Pete G and is available for fans for free download. Fans of Hip-Hop Kings can search the archives for Cashis music, who is probably the most featured artist on the site. You can listen to Cashis x Obie Trice x Kuniva – The Bizness below.
Cashis has announced he is releasing a brand new mixtape towards the end of January called “The Re-Introduction”. The new track called “The Trilogy” is the new release from Cashis, who has linked up with September 7th for a three track collection. Cashis is continuing to work hard into 2010 following the release of a previous campaign which saw him release a series of tracks on respective days. You can download Cashis – The Trilogy on the link below.
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We have a brand new video from the ever-present Cashis called “High Az Fucc”. Directed by Louie Gabriel and in conjunction with leakyourmusic.com, Cashis returns with a certified banger which has been heavily promoted across the Internet. There is still no clarification whether the single will be featured on the upcoming “The Art of Dying” album which is still set for 2010. You can watch Cashis – High Az Fucc on the player below.
This is the last Cashis freestyle we have to upload as part of an ongoing campaign with Shady Records and Bogish Brand Entertainment. The new freestyle is called “I Really Mean It” and is a remix of the Dipset original. Cashis adds his own twist to the freestyle as usual, and the Hip-Hop world has to appreicate the fact that Cashis can rap over just about everything. Enough talk from me, you can listen to Cashis – I Really Mean it on the player below.
Here is another track from Shady Records recording artist Cashis. Looking to have nothing but Cashis playing in your earphones, U May Think is the title of the new single. As part of a marketing campaign, we’re releasing song-after-song from Cashis, just to remind people why he’s considered one of the best artists on the roster, and to keep the buzz alive for the 2010 album “The Art of Dying”. You can listen to Cashis – U May Think on the player below.
Hip-Hop is coming out of ears from the man known as Cashis. We don’t mind because the music is great, and everything that Cashis does has that little extra which shows why he’s a well respected, and top selling artist. The new single from Cashis is called “What It Do” and it’s part of the media frenzy of new tracks and freestyles that have been coming our way recently. As always, check out the track and prepare for more to come. You can listen to Cashis – What It Do on the player below.
Chris Brown and Lil Wayne have really set the battle of the remixes off with their single “Transform Ya”. Cashis has now jumped on the instrumental to give a quick freestyle for his music and cartoon fans of Hip-Hop and Transformers. As you may well remember, U.K Hip-Hop artist Rising Son recently remixed the song which featured the original verses by Chris Brown and Lil Wayne.
Cashis has given his own twist on the song, releasing a 1.21 minute freestyle for free download. As always, we anticipate the recent release of singles is the preperation for Cashis’ upcoming album “The Art of Dying”. I’ll keep my eye on any other Transformer remixes from the underground or mainstream world. You can listen to Cashis – Transformer on the player below.