Stream Cashis “The Art Of Dying” + DubCNN Exclusive Bonus Cut
After months of hype and anticipation today is the day that Cashis drops his long awaited album “The Art of Dying.”
The album has been a long time coming but Cashis has kept plenty of music hitting the internet regularly including the collaboration with Aftermath representer Slim The Mobster entitled Tear Dropz & Closed Caskets as well as singles Pop That (G-Style), the music video to Water Whippin’ and most recently Crack.
Last month we brought you the free mixtape entitled “Church On The Move” which was a 22 track mixtape featuring K-Young and Black TK.
We’ve been given the entire “The Art of Dying” project to allow readers to stream and share via the player below! The iTunes version has 4 bonus tracks on it and Ca$his has also honoured dubcnn.com by giving our edition another exclusive record entitled “Threat (Nowhere II Hide)” - you won’t hear this anywhere else! Ca$his sent this message along with the exclusive track!
“I wanted to do something for the coast, as of lately it seems like we’ve gotten so far away from that, I wanted to restore the feeling of what the foundation of the West Coast was built on, that classic street essence of the West Coast – S/o Threat & DJ Pooh”
Cashis – The Art Of Dying (Stream)
Cashis – The Art Of Dying (Tracklist)
02) Water Whippin’
03) All About The Money
04) Where My Gunz At
05) Picture Me
06) In The Name Of Love (Do It All)
07) Busss It (Featuring Juan Rios)
08) Ric Flair
09) Troublesome (Featuring Juan Rios)
10) I’m So On
11) 1,2,3 (Featuring Royce Da 5’9)
12) TearDropz & Closed Caskets (Feat. Slim The Mobster)
13) On The Boss (Featuring Mitchy Slick)
14) Roll Up
15) While I’m Faded
16) Money On My Mind
17) The Pledge
18) Threat (Nowhere II Hide) (DubCNN.com Exclusive Bonus Track)Remember “The Art of Dying” is available NOW via iTunes and features Royce Da 5’9, Slim The Mobster, Mitchy Slick and more – as well as production from Eminem. Be sure to follow Cashis and stay tuned for more news right here on dubcnn.com. Huge S/O to Ca$his, Mark Breezy & RBC Records for their support.