Ca$h Out, most known for the singles “Cashin’ Out” and “She Twerkin,” has gotten back much of his steez this year. It hasn’t been a return to form; rather, people have finally accepted that he’s just not another fleeting presence in the weird, wide world of Atlanta trap. He’s one of the eccentrics in the scene who always brings forth a unique sound. Following tracks like “Extra,” “Sexually” (feat. PND), “Ran Up a Check” (feat. Yachty), and “Pocket Watchin” (feat. Dae Dae), Ca$h Out’s latest — dedicated to the legendary leader of the BMF — is another winner.
Ca$h’s “Big Meech” is unlike other familiar tracks involving the incarcerated kingpin, such as Rick Ross’ “Blowin’ Money Fast.” It’s still about spilling six-figure sums on a given night — “’cause you can’t take it wit you” — but the song is smooth, charming, and at times, romantic. Ca$h really has love for the dancers whom he covers in his earnings. “Big Meech” is produced by The Love.
I was thinkin’ ’bout money, you was thinkin’ ’bout friends
I was thinkin’ ’bout Maybachs, I was thinkin’ ’bout Benz
This is how it feels, when you countin’ up a mill
I might just throw it all like Big Meech
Pop them foreigns right on South Beach