Cashh, (who is previously known as Cashtastic) has made a return to the UK music scene with his new track, Ride Or Die. Fresh from its premiere on Mistajam‘s BBC Radio 1Xtra, Cashh had an in-depth interview with Mistajam about his personal and musical journey which has led him to start again, this time as Cashh.
Beginning his career in the UK, Cashh celebrated huge commercial success as he signed to Universal, performed and collaborated with artists such as Wiley, Stylo G, Krept and Konan and Ghetts, performed at Wembley and built up an amazing backlog of freestyles.
However, in March 2014, Cashh was removed from the UK back to his birth country of Jamaica. The media were quick to focus on this event, which led to a petition in which artists alike Kano voiced their opinion on the situation. Perseverance is something that paid off, and Cashh has returned to the UK, ready to start his new journey and reinventing himself.
Ride Or Die has a clear influence of his Jamaican roots, as laid back Caribbean tones meet the soul and emotion of the deeply rooted as-libs. The track radiates vibes of beaches, and sun-filled days with loved ones.
Returning to the scene as a new artist, Cashh has already laid down some follow up records which are set to be bangers with exciting talent including Geko, Dre Island and Moelogo.