We’ve been recognizing the talents of Cashy for quite some time now, stressing the diversity and individuality we see from the Miami artist. Think of it as a short tease, when we first posted “Karl Kani”, a dear salute to nostalgia of the past. Picasso is hip-hop art in its purest form, which makes sense for what is established on the tape. The project is executively produced by heavyweights, The Renegades and Roc & Mayne. One of the earlier tracks in Picasso (precisely “Sucka”) showcases the craftsmanship of Cashy and his utilization of the elements handed to him in the most premium manner.
Maybe it was Outta Mind that summed it up the best, “You know my name Dolla, not a damn thang change.” Cashy has surely evolved into a premiere songwriter, but he hasn’t strayed too far from what he’s been doing all along. On his previous “Bamboozled” mixtape, we talked about Cashy’s blending of styles that shaped the project into a really enjoyable listen. We definitely believe that by the time Vintage Mob comes on, most individuals will have a clear understanding of what we meant at the very start. The smoothness of Cashy bridges the gap, even on the most hard-hitting beat selections. The production is not as overwhelming as you may believe however, which is satisfying to see now-a-days.
On Picasso, nothing seems out of place, which is gratifying to those who can’t stand artists placing features that don’t come together. We didn’t feel the need to mention it before, but the artwork here will go down as legendary, a pleasant depiction of Miami itself. This is all original content, and this is all Cashy “Kesh Dolla”. Music listeners who still haven’t taken the moment to give this artist a chance, here is yet another opportunity to create change with Picasso. The Datpiff stream and download can be found right below.