Chase N. Cashe
|Chase N. Cashe|
|Birth name||Jesse Woodard IV|
|Born||September 11, 1987|
|Origin||New Orleans, LA, U.S.|
|Occupation(s)||Artist, Rapper, Record Producer|
|Labels||Crown Bearer Records|
|Associated acts||Crown Bearers, Surf Club, Tha Bizness, Troy Ave, Drake, Hit-Boy, Stacy Barthe|
Jesse Woodard IV, Born & Raised on the West Bank of New Orleans, LA, 27 year old Artist and Producer Chase N. Cashe has always viewed the world in his own way. After getting his start in the music business in 2003 Chase N. Cashe continued to work his way up the success ladder moving to LA in 2006 which led to him meeting Grammy award winning producer Chauncey "Hit-Boy" Hollis and forming the renown production team Surf Club.
After a brief stint with Polow Da Don's label Zone 4 Inc. Chase N. Cashe set out to pursuit his lifelong goal of being an Artist / Producer. In 2011 his debut album "Gumbeaux" introduced him as a diverse musical threat here to provide the Hip-Hop Soul that has been lacking in this generation.
Releasing his album "CHARM" in 2012, for his first official release under the Crown Bearer Records imprint, Chase continued to show growth in his songwriting and production ability as well as branding ability as an independent artist. His mixtape "Heir Waves" and EP "Cashe Rules" continued his hard work in 2013.
Incorporating a musical melange that relies on introspection over industry standard uninspired punch lines, Chase's music serves as a satisfying palette enhancer. Opting to travel the road less traveled by pretentious industry peers, Chase N. Cashe keeps an even keel with realistic rhymes about matters of the heart, mind, & bank account.
With his forthcoming album "The Best There Is..." releasing on 12.13.14 via iTunes, Chase intends to place himself where he rightfully belongs on the musical totem pole. Handling the bulk of the production, along with Tha Bizness helping to executive produce, puts Chase in a league of his own.
Chase N. Cashe's debut album as a rapper, Gumbeaux, was released on March 8, 2011. The title is pronounced Gumbo. Cashe says he titled his album this because Gumbo is his favorite food and it's a mix of a bunch of ingredients just like his musical style. Cashe being from New Orleans, chose to release the album on March 8, to pay homage for it being Mardi Gras Day. The album was recorded at Record Plant Studios in Hollywood, CA, Daddy's House Recording Studio in New York City, NY, and Santa Monica, CA. The album inlcludes production from Hit-Boy, Tone Mason, The University, Rey Reel, DreamTeam Beats and Cashe himself. Fellow Surf Club members Stacy Barthe, Hit-Boy, Chili Chil, and Kent Money are all featured throughout the album as well.
2012-present: The Heir Up There, Verde and Charm
In February 2012, Chase N. Cashe released The Heir Up There, a mixtape hosted by DJ Drama. The tape features 17 original tracks from the Surf Club rapper/producer. It is available for free download here.
In July 2012, Cashe released a tape showcasing his production skills. The tape, entitled "Verde" contains 17 original beats and can be downloaded for free here.
In November 2012, Cashe released an album titled Charm. It's streamed over here.
2013: Cashe Rules
2014: 30504 EP w/ Jigg
In October 2014, Chase linked with rising Miami artist Jigg to collaborate on an EP titled "30504" which featured 5 self-produced tracks all recorded in Miami & New Orleans respectively. The two also shot videos to 3 out of the 5 tracks including the introduction song "30504".
2014: SoundRight EP w/ 183rd
In November 2014, Chase collaborated with the Bronx bred R.F.C. producer 183rd to release an EP titled "SoundRight" which featured 5 track all produced by 183rd. The two plan on making these a creative series to continue throughout their careers.
2014: The Best There Is...
Chase N. Cashe's 8th project "The Best There Is..." is slated to release on December 13,2014 (12.13.14). Executive produced by The Crown Bearers with bulk of the production handled by Chase himself outside of production duo Tha Bizness whom produced "Good Game" on the album. Features on the album include BSB's Troy Ave and Young Lito.