For me it’s always been key to be humble, like, ‘Yes, I’m around these people, but I got a lot of work to do.” After the 2011 release of his debut, was initially overlooked by much of the Brooklyn emcee’s current fanbase.

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As teenagers, he and his partner Hit-Boy (currently a star in his own right) apprenticed under then up-and-coming beatsmith Polow Da Don.

“We met Polow [Da Don] at a point when the industry was still making good money off of what was previously going but slowly transitioning into this Soulja Boy ‘Yule’ era,” says Chase, “That’s where we met him at, where [Fergie’s] ‘London Bridge’ and Pussycat Dolls was popping and doing spins and at the same time Soulja Boy was this independent kid getting all these views on You Tube and really revolutionizing and changing the game, and Polow wasn’t foreign to that.” According to Chase, Polow is responsible for much of the business sense he and Hit-Boy have had to apply to their dealings up until this point.

Check out what he had to say: All Hip Hop.com: Now, you call yourself the “King of All White Girls.” Elaborate on that for me.

Polow Da Don: Just the “King of the White Girls.” I ain’t self proclaimed but I run with it.

He’s also tapping back into his production side, working with Kendrick, Alley Boy, A$AP Rocky, Drake, and the L. That’s all I’m focused on.” Photograph by Ashlay Cashlay Purchase Music by Chase N Cashe RELATED: Chase N.

Cashe Discusses Friendship With Drake, Calls Him “The G.

Cole] and Drake who’ll be like, ‘Yo, come and do this with me…’ and I might get

Cashe Discusses Friendship With Drake, Calls Him “The G. Cole] and Drake who’ll be like, ‘Yo, come and do this with me…’ and I might get $1,500, $2,500 or it might just be performing in front of a sold out show which is priceless.” While he’s on a break from the road, Chase hasn’t stopped riding the wave. As an independent artist, patience is necessary but creativity equally plays a role in his growing career.He’s already working on his next project which he says may or may not be the sequel to . “I feel like I’m doing what I’m doing so I’m not compared to anybody,” he continues, “The only way to not be compared is to carve out a lane for yourself and that’s with consistency and doing what the fuck you wanna do and get it across as.While most young artists are just shaking out of winter hibernation and scrambling for spot dates, Chase N.Cashe is kicking his feet up after a Club Paradise Tour with Drake.The single was produced by Butta and Polow da Don (who has a featured credit in the song). The track saw greater success within the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Tracks charts, peaking at number 3 and 2 respectively.

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Cashe Discusses Friendship With Drake, Calls Him “The G.

Cole] and Drake who’ll be like, ‘Yo, come and do this with me…’ and I might get $1,500, $2,500 or it might just be performing in front of a sold out show which is priceless.” While he’s on a break from the road, Chase hasn’t stopped riding the wave. As an independent artist, patience is necessary but creativity equally plays a role in his growing career.

He’s already working on his next project which he says may or may not be the sequel to . “I feel like I’m doing what I’m doing so I’m not compared to anybody,” he continues, “The only way to not be compared is to carve out a lane for yourself and that’s with consistency and doing what the fuck you wanna do and get it across as.

While most young artists are just shaking out of winter hibernation and scrambling for spot dates, Chase N.

Cashe is kicking his feet up after a Club Paradise Tour with Drake.

The single was produced by Butta and Polow da Don (who has a featured credit in the song). The track saw greater success within the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Tracks charts, peaking at number 3 and 2 respectively.

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Cashe Discusses Friendship With Drake, Calls Him “The G.

Cole] and Drake who’ll be like, ‘Yo, come and do this with me…’ and I might get $1,500, $2,500 or it might just be performing in front of a sold out show which is priceless.” While he’s on a break from the road, Chase hasn’t stopped riding the wave. As an independent artist, patience is necessary but creativity equally plays a role in his growing career.

He’s already working on his next project which he says may or may not be the sequel to . “I feel like I’m doing what I’m doing so I’m not compared to anybody,” he continues, “The only way to not be compared is to carve out a lane for yourself and that’s with consistency and doing what the fuck you wanna do and get it across as.

While most young artists are just shaking out of winter hibernation and scrambling for spot dates, Chase N.

,500, ,500 or it might just be performing in front of a sold out show which is priceless.” While he’s on a break from the road, Chase hasn’t stopped riding the wave. As an independent artist, patience is necessary but creativity equally plays a role in his growing career.

He’s already working on his next project which he says may or may not be the sequel to . “I feel like I’m doing what I’m doing so I’m not compared to anybody,” he continues, “The only way to not be compared is to carve out a lane for yourself and that’s with consistency and doing what the fuck you wanna do and get it across as.

While most young artists are just shaking out of winter hibernation and scrambling for spot dates, Chase N.