Cassidy has announced plans for an EP with Pastor Jomo K. Johnson of Phildelphia, as well as a biography.
Cassidy has made a return to the blogosphere ever since he and Meek Mill started beefing, and throwing diss tracks at each other. He's making the most of his time in the spotlight by announcing some new and innovative projects in the works.
Cassidy is teaming up with Pastor Jomo K. Johnson of Philly Open Air Church (you may recognize his name, as he was the Pastor who called for a ban on Meek Mill's "Amen" track-- the whole "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" seems to be coming into play here) for the first ever Rapper/Pastor hip-hop collaborative project. Proceeds from the EP will go towards two Philly charities, HHNM reports.
In addition to an EP, Cassidy has signed a book deal with GGIS Publishing for a biography on his life. The book will be an "amazing testimony of finding Christ during his incarceration, a near-fatal car accident, and a commitment to make positive change in his life." It is scheduled for release in March.