Download David Cash’s Escape Mixtape

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David Cash is a California native, out to show there’s more to Venice Beach than elderly rollerbladers and airbrushed Bob Marley portraits. He kicked off the year with a new mixtape, Escape: Young California Edition. The bulk of its production is handled by Cardo, whose DJ Quik-indebted signature was most memorably applied to Wiz Khalifa’s 2011 tape Kush and Orange Juice. Blending Cardo’s smooth beats with Cash’s gently snapping delivery makes for a tape that sounds like G-funk sucked through a gravity bong. The standout track here, though, is DJ Mustard-produced “Bumper,” where Cash whispers over Mustard’s super bass. E-40, Problem, YG, Alley Boy, Nipsey Hussle and Clams Casino also make appearances.

Download: David Cash, Escape

POSTED January 7, 2014 4:07PM IN MP3 / STREAMS Comments (3) TAGS: ,




  1. jean says:

    you and pitchfork support the nastiest rap music

  2. Hasan says:

    Just horrible. David Cash sounds like that guy in the high school locker room who swears he can rap, but his friends don’t have the heart to tell him it is only his ego, not actually talent.

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