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Ramone Johnson, better known by his stage name Cashis (stylized as Ca$his), is an American rapper who was born and raised in Chicago,[2] but moved to Irvine, California. He was most notably featured on the Shady Records album Eminem Presents: The Re-Up with Eminem and the record label, and released The County Hound EP in 2007. The County Hound EP sold 6,700 copies in its first week and debuted on the US Billboard 200 at number 106. He’s best known for appearing on Eminem‘s song, “You Don’t Know“, featuring 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks.

In August 2011 on his mixtape Rooftop Series Vol.1, in the intro, Cashis revealed that he was leaving Shady Records, but is remaining with Bogish Brand Entertainment. After many delays, his solo debut album, The Art of Dying, was released independently on October 30, 2012, but failed to chart. On October 15, 2013, he released his second studio album The County Hound 2, which contained significant production from Eminem and was supported by five retail singles.

Contents

Musical career[edit]

1997–2006: Beginnings and signing to Shady Records[edit]

Cashis first got into rapping by freestyling with his cousin at the early age of 12. At the age of 14, he went to the studio for the first time and professionally recorded his first song. Around age 17, he got serious about rapping and would go around the Los Angeles and Orange County area participating in rap battles under the name “Lil Ramone”.[1]

By 2004, Cashis was regarded as the “rap king of Orange County” and attracted the attention of Shady Records A&R, Dart Parker, who signed him after hearing his mixtape, Stars With Stripes. Cashis’s introduction to the masses, however, wouldn’t come until 2006 when he appeared alongside Eminem, 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks on “You Don’t Know” the first single from the platinum-selling Shady Records compilation, Eminem Presents: The Re-Up,[3] performing solo on the songs “Everything Is Shady” and “Talkin’ All That”. His solo track “Talkin’ All That” was praised by Complex as an album standout.[4]

2007–2012: The County Hound EP and The Art of Dying[edit]

His first solo release on Shady Records was the successful eight track EP, The County Hound EP, on May 22, 2007.[5] The County Hound EP debuted at number 106 on the US Billboard 200 and 37 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The album was primarily produced by Eminem, who was also the only featured artist on the project.[6] The EP was met with mixed reviews upon its release from music critics.[7][8] Some critics praised it as a solid introduction to Cashis, however others put down the gangster themes of the album’s tracks.[9][10] Upon its release he announced that his debut studio album would be titled, Loose Cannon and feature production from Eminem, Sha Money XLDr. Dre, and The Alchemist. At the time he set a release period for September or October 2007 for the project.[5]

In 2009, Cashis promised he would have an album in stores by September. However the album was pushed back, allegedly due to projects from Eminem and 50 Cent. He would wait to release his album and then request his release from Shady Records which was not finalized until 2012.[11] However he still remains contracted to them as a songwriter.[1] In promotion of his debut LP Cashis released the Church on the Move mixtape. His debut full-length album titled The Art of Dying was released independently on October 30, 2012 with features coming from Rick RossGame, K-Young and Royce da 5’9″ among others.[12] Eminem also produced one song on the album titled as “You Think That I’m Crazy”.[11] Neither the album nor any of the songs on it charted in the United States.

2012–2014: The County Hound 2 and Euthanasia[edit]

Main article: The County Hound 2

Just prior to the release of The Art of Dying, Cashis revealed he had begun to work on his second studio album, which he claimed was 65% done in September 2012. He also revealed that it would feature production from Jake One and Eminem, also projecting a May 2013 release.[11] However, the release of the album did not occur when projected. On December 25, 2012, Cashis released another mixtape titled Loose Cannon which was previously going to be the title of his third studio album.[13] On April 30, 2013, Cashis released the first single from his newly titled second studio album The County Hound 2, titled “Layin in the Cut” which was produced by Eminem and Rikanatti.[14] The music video for the song was released on August 8, 2013, which also featured a preview of the music video for “Look At Me”.[15][16] The second single from the album titled, “Mind on My Money (Money on My Mind)” was released to iTunes on May 16, 2013. The song features rappers Kuniva from D12Obie Trice and Dirty Mouth.[17]

On July 1, 2013, Cashis released the third single from The County Hound 2, “Imma Hustla” featuring Crooked I and Sullee J.[18][19][20] In July 2013, Ca$his announced that he was currently also working on his next mixtape The Loose Cannon 2 which will contain mostly freestyles.[1] Then on August 19, 2013 he released the fourth single from The Country Hound 2, titled “Look at Me” featuring King Los, K Young, and B. Todd.[21][22] On September 28, 2013, Cashis revealed the cover art and track list to the album, also announcing a release date of October 15, 2013. He also revealed unannounced guest appearances on the album to come from Boaz, and Demrick among others, with the album’s production to be primarily handled by frequent collaborator Rikanatti, with Eminem also producing four tracks on the album.[23]

In October 2013, leading up to the release of The County Hound 2, Cashis revealed that he had already recorded five or six records for his third studio album.[24] Then on April 1, 2014, Cashis released “I’ma Ride” featuring Problem as the first single from the album.[25] The album’s second single titled “Bird Call”, was released on May 6, 2014.[26] Then on May 16, 2014, Cashis announced that the album, titled Euthanasia would be released on July 1, 2014.[27] Its third single “100 Proof” featuring Roccett was released on May 28, 2014.[28]

2015–present: I’m Getten Mine & County Hound 3[edit]

Main article: The County Hound 3

In early January 2015, Cashis released the cover art for his long-awaited I’m Getten Mine mixtape, which was released a few days later for purchase on iTunes. On April 7, 2015 Cashis released his fourth studio album, The County Hound 3. Three singles were released in promotion of the album. The lead single “A-Rod” features Emilio Rojas.[29] The second single “Work” features Young Buck, Project Pat & Sullee J.[30] The third single released was “Kingpin” featuring Young Buck, Arez Cobain & June B. The County Hound 3 did not have any chart success.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

TitleAlbum details
The Art of DyingReleased: October 30, 2012Label: Bogish Brand Entertainment, RBC RecordsFormat: CDdigital download
The County Hound 2Released: October 15, 2013Label: Bogish BrandFormat: CD, digital download
Bogish Boy, Vol. 1Released: July 15, 2014Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
The County Hound 3Released: April 7, 2015Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Shady CapoReleased: January 15, 2016[31]Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Ca-$Released: May 20, 2016[32]Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
1 of 1Released: May 5, 2017[33]Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
The Art of LivingReleased: May 3, 2019[34]Label: X-Ray RecordsFormat: Digital download, CD, LP
CH4Released: September 6, 2019[35]Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download

Compilation albums[edit]

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSalesCertifications
US
[36]
AUS
[37]
BEL
(FL)

[38]
CAN
[39]
FRA
[40]
GER
[41]
NZ
[42]
SWI
[43]
UK
[44]
Eminem Presents: The Re-UpCompilation album with Shady RecordsReleased: December 4, 2006[45]Label: InterscopeShady (8502)Format: CDdigital downloadLP2174424115193[D]US Sales: 1,051,508+[46]RIAA: Platinum[47]ARIA: Gold[48]RIANZ: 2× Platinum[49]
EuthanasiaReleased: June 24, 2014Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Euthanasia 2Released: December 11, 2015[50]Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Ca-$ 1.5Released: September 9, 2016[51]Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Ca$his, Vol. 3.5Released: December 22, 2017[52]Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Ca$his, Vol. 4Released: December 22, 2018[53]Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
“—” denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

EPs[edit]

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TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positions
USUS
R&B
US
Rap
The County Hound EPRelease date: May 22, 2007Label: Shady RecordsInterscope RecordsFormat: CD, digital download1063714
The Vault 2[54]Release date: December 18, 2012Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Ca$his[55]Release date: August 18, 2017Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Ca$his Vol. 2[56]Release date: October 6, 2017Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
Ca$his, Vol. 3[57]Release date: November 24, 2017Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Digital download
I’ma Ride[58]Release date: December 27, 2018Label: X-Ray RecordsFormat: Digital download
Mone G, Vol. 1[59][60]Release date: February 8, 2019Label: Bogish BrandFormat: Streaming
“—” denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Mixtapes[edit]

  • 2006: Bogish Boy Vol. 1[61]
  • 2007: Bogish Boy Vol. 2[62]
  • 2008: Bogish Boy 300[63]
  • 2008: Bogish Boy Vol. 4: Incase You Forgot[64]
  • 2008: Homeland Security (with Young De; hosted by DJ Whoo Kid)
  • 2009: Bogish Boy Vol.5: Euthanasia[65]
  • 2010: The Re-Introduction[66]
  • 2011: The Vault[67]
  • 2011: Rooftop Series Vol.1[68]
  • 2012: Church on the Move[69]
  • 2012: Loose Cannon (Hosted by DJ Far)[70]
  • 2014: OG & Green Tea
  • 2015: I’m Getten Mine
  • 2016: The Cook Up[71]
  • 2016: The Cook Up 2[72]
  • 2017: Westbrook MVP[73]
  • 2017: Before 1 of 1[74]
  • 2017: Love Life Loyalty[75]
  • 2017: The Best Now[76]
  • 2017: Og & Green Tea 2[77]

Singles[edit]

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SongYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
USUS
R&B
US
Pop
You Don’t Know” (with 50 Cent, Eminem and Lloyd Banks)2006128716Eminem Presents: The Re-Up (with Shady Records)
“Lac Motion”2007The County Hound EP
“Take U Home” [78]2010The Vault
“My Name Iz”[79]N/A
“Put It on My Life”[80]
“Layin in the Cut” [81]2013The County Hound 2
“Mind on My Money (Money on My Mind)” (featuring Kuniva, Obie Trice & Dirty Mouth)[82]
“Imma Hustla” (featuring Crooked I & Sullee J)[83]
“Look at Me” (featuring King Los, K Young & B Todd)
“Hi” [84]
“I’ma Ride” (featuring Problem)2014Euthanasia
“Bird Call”
“100 Proof” (featuring Roccett)
“Take the Pain” (featuring Demrick and Sara Shine)The County Hound 2
“A-Rod” (featuring Emilio Rojas)The County Hound 3
“Work” (featuring Young BuckProject Pat & Sullee J)2015
“Kingpin” (featuring Young BuckArez Cobain & June B)
“—” denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Guest appearances[edit]

TitleYearOther artist(s)Album
“We on Yo Line”2007The FederationIt’s Whateva
“Famous Anthem” (Remix)Expensive TasteMitchy Slick, Hayes, Lil’ Spank Booty, KrondonChace InfiniteExpen$ive Taste
“I Got That Product” [85]2008Tony YayoDrug Users Handbook
“Top of the Foodchain”The AlchemistThe Cutting Room Floor, Vol. 2
“Syllables”2010Dr. DreEminemJay-Z50 CentStat QuoDetox
“Just Like Us” [86]Knoc-turn’al, One-21-11-11 (The Prequel)
“Just Because” [87]Q-Unique, Realm RealityBetween Heaven & Hell
“Do It All” [88]2012Joe Young, Rick RossThe Game, K. YoungN/A
“Goonz (Remix)” [89]2013Novoa, Killah Priest, Bully, Tha Advocate, Young BuckDigital Dynasty 25
“Motive” [90]Richard Osborne, Mistah F.A.B.Nothing Personal
“Work”A-Wax, Waka Flocka FlameJesus Malverde
“Die”RaizaYoung & Reckless
“Faded”TNLPlanet Purp
“So Fly”C.L.R.N/A
“Tear It Up”2014TNLGrindhouse
“Pop That”2015TNLGood Vibes, Vol. 1
“Life of a Ryder”
“Nowhere to Go”TNL, Kobe
“HoodStar”DFRThe Motto: Fo’ the Fam’ I Salute
“Feel The Heaterz”2016Madd Manny, Spliff ButchaThe Axis: Armageddon
“Crazy”C-Sharp, KaliberOrange County Alliance
“watching-eyes”2017Sol 8Eveningstar.

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