Ca$h Out Preps Debut, Avoids Becoming A One-Hit Wonder
With the wild success of his first single “Cashin’ Out,” uou could make the case for Atlanta rapper Ca$h Out being called a One Hit Wonder. But the Southern rapper came back strong and proved haters wrong with the release of his Wale-featuring hit “Hold Up.” Now, the Epic Records signee is piggybacking off his duo of summer smashes and is gearing up for his debut album, titled Patience.
In a brief interview with HipHopDX, Ca$h Out mentioned that the LP would feature appearances from a short list of ATL’s finest, including rhymers Rich Homie Quan and Young Jeezy and producers Metro Boomin and Mike WiLL. Discussing the album, Ca$h Out explained, “We have so many great songs. We’re basically just gonna continue working until we find a set foundation of records that we wanna put on there.”
In the meantime, he plans to ride out the reception to his recent single “Another Country,” which he believes will be as successful as his debut hit, saying, “I feel like it’ll be another No. 1 smash just like ‘Cashin’ Out’ was.” Look for Patience to hit stores in the first quarter of next year.