By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
In 2012, Ca$h Out emerged and completely took the game over. Early in 2012, Ca$h Out released the “Cashin’ Out” single. By the summer, Ca$h Out became the biggest rapper in the game and followed Future over to Epic Records. Meanwhile, Bases Loaded Records has become one of the biggest independent record labels in the game.
Dominating the game, Ca$h Out found himself written off by most as a one hit wonder. But, as he said during his November 2012 interview with Hip Hop Vibe, Ca$h Out said his It’s My Time mixtape was full of hits. “Hold Up” was included on the mixtape and Wale added a verse, which became the official remix, included on his Keisha EP.
Recently, AllHipHop.com’s Mikey T The Movie Star spoke to Ca$h Out and he talked about the success of “Cashin’ Out” and the overall rise of success. In many ways, 2012 was a dream come true for Ca$h Out. At the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards, Ca$h Out had the opportunity to close out the ceremony, which also was discussed.
Watch the entire interview below: