Ca$h Out Songs

  • Hold Me Down
    Hold Me Down
    We're not sure what the delay is on Project Pat and Big Trill's long-teased collaborative mixtape, but regardless, the two have come through today with another new collaboration, this time featuring Atlanta's Ca$h Out. Last time we heard from this duo, it was on the Fetty Wap-featured "Rollin Dank" back in June. On "Hold Me Down" we get a melodic beat and hook, which is typically Ca$h Out's ammo so it works well.
  • I Luv It
    I Luv It
    With the announcement of a new mixtape, Kitchen & Choppas 2, at the end of last week, Ca$h Out has wasted no time in giving fans leaks.
  • No Feelings (Remix)
    No Feelings (Remix)
    Ever the opportunist, Ca$h Out drops his remix of PartyNextDoor's "No Feelings" feat. Travi$ Scott that Noah "40" Shebib dropped earlier today on OVO Sound Radio. Ca$h Out has a history with PND, having appeared on his 2014 track "Don't Worry."
  • Jump
    Ca$h Out's been far from absent in the music world in 2015, dropping off heaters like "Wet Wet" and "Touch Ya Toes" at a fairly consistent pace, but it's been since last November's Kitchens & Choppas tape that
  • Touch Ya Toes
    Touch Ya Toes
    Ca$h Out, AKA the guy with the most unique voice in hip hop, has followed a similar career path to Chief Keef (hear me out on this one). After blowing up with hits that got the whole country interested ("Don't Like," "Cashin' Out"), they totally reinvented themselves, getting weirder and more removed from the major label game that their popularity thrust them into. Unlike Keef though, Ca$h is still very much aiming for the strip club. Here's his latest, the InomekInDaKitchen-produced "Touch Ya Toes."
  • Wet Wet
    Wet Wet
    Ca$h Out hit the scene with his 2012 smash-hit "Cashin' Out", but, if you haven't been paying attention, he's been supplying us with steady heat so far this year. His new sound is far removed from his anthemic breakout hit, but it's an authentic dose of R&B-infused trap that's gonna keep him moving forward in the eclectic new Atlanta scene. His latest, "Wet Wet" is a ratchet, low-key banger that rides minimal production from Inomek, who's given beats to PeeWee Longway, OG Maco, and more. 
  • Talk
    Royce Rizzy is still riding the success of his latest song “Hoe In You” featuring Iamsu!, Two-9, and Wiz Khalifa, but tonight the Soso Def member decides to shift his focus onto his next single “Talk” featuring ATL’s Ca$h Out.
  • We Ball (Blue Hunnids)
    We Ball (Blue Hunnids)
    Ca$h Out has been impressing with each new leak, as he tries his hand with a more an r'n'b-driven sound and tones down the trap. The ATLien recently connected with two fellow Atlanta beatmakers, TM88 and Southside of 808 Mafia, for a new record "We Ball (Blue Hunnids)" which finds Ca$h's trademark whimper in full effect. Are you digging it? The producers are offering up the track for free download, so enjoy. 
  • Like El Chapo
    Like El Chapo
    Atlanta is experiencing a big moment right now, and Kap-G is a promising young force from the region. The rapper is already strapped up with a deal from Atlantic, and his infectiously catchy style can easily sit side by side with peers like Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, though he's yet to have his true breakthrough moment.
  • You Should Be Ready
    You Should Be Ready
    Ca$h Out's recent releases are noticeably different than the sound that made him famous on "Ca$hin Out." The rapper is toning things down a notch and experimenting with an r'n'b, minimalistic sound on cuts like "Tomorrow" and "WYD"-- perhaps taking a cue from artists like Rome Fortune, The Weeknd etc. It's an exciting new direction for the rapper, and it came on the heels
  • Bricks
    Quality Control rapper Johnny Cinco put a slight delay on his upcoming I Swear mixtape, but it'll finally impact on February 23rd. The rapper returns today with a new leak, "Bricks" which is produced by frequent collaborator Spiffy. Spiffy also handled the production on his last cut "She Wanna", and we can expect more of him on I Swear.
  • Let's Get It (Remix)
    Let's Get It (Remix)
    Rick Ross announced on his Instagram this morning that the whole MMG crew would be dropping a compilation mixtape this coming weekend, in celebration of NBA All-Star Weekend. The Maybach Music Group bawse quickly returns this afternoon with the release of the first mixtape leak- a remix of Cash Out's "Let's Get It." Actually, he remixes the remix.
  • Dope Boy
    Dope Boy
    Its been a minute since DJ Spinking last dropped off one of his posse cuts, but today he’s returning to the scene with Ca$h Out and buzzing sensation, Fetty Wap, for this new track “Dope Boy”.
  • WYD
    Cash Out continues to keep it moving. After recently hitting us with the single “Tomorrow”, the Georgia rapper decides to come through and drop off another new song titled “WYD”.
  • Ova
    It's been a minute since Waka Flocka Flame x DJ Whoo Kid blessed us with new music, specifically, we got the Christmas Eve release "5:56." While Waka continues to work on I Can't Rap Vol. 2, he's teamed up with DJ Whoo Kid once more to drop off the hard-hitting and triumphant "OVA", also featuring Offset (of Migos) and Ca$h Out. Both guest rappers match Waka's often inimitable energy on "OVA", proving their chemistry.
  • Tomorrow
    After his song named after himself "Ca$hin' Out" became a hit, Ca$h Out continued to have mild success although he hasn't quite been able to mimmick the same success as the oh so catchy "Ca$hin' Out." He dropped his debut album Let's Get It in 2014, and is looking to take things to another level in 2015 with the release of "Tomorrow." It works surprisingly well, with subtle production that contains chiming bells from Inomekindakitchen. It's also the lead single from Ca$h Out's upcoming sophomore album- and if the sophomore album is more of this, we're intrigued.
  • Shooters
    If you weren't looking, you may have missed Ca$h Out's big year. Just checking the stats, he gained more Twitter followers than ATL breakout stars like Makonnen and OG Maco, likely off the strength of a string of regional hits he delivered this year.
  • I Need A Grammy
    I Need A Grammy
    The Grammy nominations were announced earlier this week and, as per usual, the hip hop community is furious. Notoriously unfamiliar with rap music, the voting committee has continuously slighted artists who deserve the attention in favor of records packed with radio hits. While Ca$h Out's Let's Get It LP didn't earn him any major awards this season, it's obvious from this new single that he's coming after the big leagues in 2015. Featuring a verse from Problem, the track is not currently attached to any know project.
  • Don't Worry
  • Go Get That Dough
    Go Get That Dough
    Armed with a new, unique delivery, Atlanta's Caa$h Out has taken himself beyond the one hit wonder status (though "Ca$hin' Out" will always be amazing) this year with a few more hits and a debut album. Low-key as fuck, the flow has a distinct forbearer in Snoop Dogg's nimbly-recited, sometimes mumbly delivery, so it's awesome to see the Doggfather link up on a new track with Ca$h Out.  Entitled "Go Get That Dough," the track pairs a muted beat with the two rappers' breathy bars, making for a minimal, satisfying product. Let us know what you think of the collab in the comments.