Born and raised in Chicago, Cashis had moved to Irvine, California when he was young. It was there that he had chosen to genuinely pursue music. He had first gotten into rap freestyle with his cousin around the age of 12. Around 2 years later, she interestingly went to a studio and expertly recorded his first song. By the time he turned 17, he was wandering the Los Angeles and Orange County regions dabbling in rap fights under the stage name ‘Lil Ramone’. By 2004, he was being seen as the ‘ruler of Orange County rap’ and had come to the notice of Dart Parker, an Artists and Repertory (A&R) leader with Shady Records. Dart had bookmarked him after becoming interested in his mixtape called Stars With Stripes. After the arrival of that EP, Cashis had reported that his debut studio collection, probably called Loose Cannon, would be delivered in September or October 2007. In any event, the delivery of the collection was delayed for some time due to unforeseen conditions. In 2009, he had guaranteed his fans that the collection would come out in September of that year. However, cashis the series was delayed, reportedly because Eminem and 50 Cent’s projects were receiving increased interest because of the name. cashis (https://Tupacfanbase.com) quietly continued to wait for his collection to arrive and then mentioned his release from Shady Records, which did not end until 2012. Despite the release of his name as an artist, he remained contracted to them as a lyricist. His debut solo full-length studio album called The Art of Dying was finally self-delivered on October 30, 2012. Eminem had also featured a song on the album called You Think That I’m Crazy. Be that as it may, neither the collection nor any of his songs had been presented in the United States.