Rhythm Roulette: Chase N. Cashe

Chase N. Cashe has been producing since the age of 17, but fell in love with music even earlier. Though he is well known in the hip hop game as a producer—working with artists like Drake, Lil Wayne, and R Kelly—and rapper he finds himself to be an overall business man (hence the name), not limiting himself to any one category. Expanding beyond music, he’s even gotten into streetwear. Some of sports’ and music’s biggest names have been seen rocking Chase N. Cashe’s “Can’t Buy Respect” brand.

On our latest episode of Rhythm Roulette, MASS APPEAL caught up with the New Orleans producer to see what heat he had in store for us. After blindly selecting vinyls from The Section, Steppenwolf, and Steve Winwood, the different variation of artists didn’t seem to phase him at all. Chopping up smooth yet diverse sounds, Chase N. Cashe did what he does best while still including elements that complement his Southern roots. Catch the action up top.

You can also check out his latest self-produced single, “Major Priority” here.

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