Cash on Delivery is the debut album of rapperRay Cash. He mentions a title called in "P.A.N." which criticizes bubblegum rap. Cash insinuates that his label (Ghet-O-Vision Ent./Sony Urban Music) before the album's release showed that "it doesn't know what to do with him". This can be proven since his two hits "Sex Appeal" and "Bumpin' my Music" which were released year apart. The song, "Bumpin' my Music" and album both reflect a hardcore image of hip-hop. On his debut album, he calls out a number of his inspirations in the album. Scarface guests as well as many others. 
Critics such as Allmusic called Cash on Delivery a depth hardcore album. Cash released Cash on Delivery under Sony Urban Music/Columbia Records on June 27, 2006. This album reached # 82 and # 41 on the Billboard charts receiving positive reviews . The album content features wild tracks like "The Bomb" (feat. Yummy Bingham), his first single and least serious "Sex Appeal", and hardcore tracks that include "Payback", "Fuck AmeriKKKa", and the 2006 single, "Bumpin My Music." His lyrics, especially in "Payback" have reminded some people[who?] of Ice Cube and Nas. The single, "Fuck AmeriKKKa", pokes at hypocrites, or the system: "the ones who think they have priority, but do nothing at all. He ended the statement in saying "I know what's going on, as he walked the streets, and the images are not real. His first two singles were heavily featured in the Cleveland area. . This album was a pick by Allmusic!!
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