The County Hound EP

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The County Hound EP
EP by Cashis
Released May 22, 2007
Recorded 2006–2007
Genre Hip hop, gangsta rap
Length 32:35
Label Shady, Interscope
Producer Eminem (also exec.), Luis Resto, Ron Browz, Rikanatti, Keno, Mike Elizondo
Cashis chronology
The County Hound EP
(2007)
The Vault
(2011)
Singles from The County Hound EP
  1. "Lac Motion"
    Released: August 1, 2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
DJBooth 4/5 stars[1]
HipHopDX 2.5/5 stars[2]
PopMatters 7/10 stars[3]

The County Hound EP is the solo debut EP of rapper Cashis released through Shady Records. The EP was released to promote his planned album, The Art of Dying (which was subsequently shelved), and to bring attention to him as an artist.[4] Eminem produced or co-produced the whole album except for three songs, which he also serves as the executive producer. It sold 6,700 copies its first week of release and debuted on the Billboard 200 at number 106.[5]

Cashis's second studio album entitled as The County Hound 2, was released independently on October 15, 2013 through Bogish Boy Entertainment, as a sequel.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "County Hound" (Intro) Marshall Mathers, Ramone Johnson Eminem 0:55
2. "That Nigga a Gangsta"   R. Johnson, Ricky Parham Rikanatti, Eminem (add.) 4:37
3. "Gun Rule"   M. Mathers, R. Johnson, Luis Resto Eminem 4:02
4. "Ms. Jenkins"   M. Mathers, Mike Elizondo, R. Johnson, R. Parham, Freddie Mercury Eminem, Mike Elizondo (add.), Rikanatti (add.) 5:38
5. "Just Like Me"   R. Johnson, R. Parham, B. Holland, J. Nortin Rikanatti, Keno 4:56
6. "Pistol Poppin'" (featuring Eminem) M. Mathers, R. Johnson, L. Resto, Jeff Bass Eminem, Luis Resto 4:16
7. "Thoughts of Suicide"   R. Johnson, Rondell Turner, M. Mathers Ron Browz, Eminem (add.) 3:10
8. "'Lac Motion" (Bonus Track) M. Mathers, R. Johnson, L. Resto, J. Bass Eminem 4:53
Total length:
32:35

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
The Billboard 200[6] 106
Top Heatseekers[7] 1
Top Rap Albums[8] 14
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums[9] 37

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