Atlanta, GA, January 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Bases Loaded/Epic Records recording artist Ca$h Out has continued to do just that-Cash Out. In less than a year, he held down the #1 spot on Billboard’s Urban Mainstream charts, the #2 spot on Billboard's Rhythmic Charts both for four consecutive weeks and the 6th Most Played Song on Billboard with his hit single, "Cashin' Out". The video also held its post on BET’s 106th & Park countdown 11 weeks and BET called Ca$h Out, “Atlanta’s newest rap sensation.” The song holds the #8 spot of the top 100 Videos of the Year by BET and nominations from BET include; Ca$h Out-Rookie of the Year, "Cashin' Out" Best Club Track and Best Club Banger. He has been stamped CERTIFIED by affirmations in Billboard, Rolling Out, Sister2Sister, HipHop Weekly, Source, RapRadar and XXL Magazine to which, XXL recently nominated "Cashin' Out", Song Of The Year. With the single now gold and on the way to being platinum, "Cashin' Out" has received more accolades than you can keep count of.
The Georgia Native, JohnMichael “Ca$h Out” Gibson is living the good life and having been signed by the legendary music mogul, Antonio “LA” Reid and Epic records, Ca$h Out could only be the best! He reigns in stardom with the release of his new mixtape, "Keisha" which features artists French Montana, Trinidad James, Diamond and Gucci Mane and a hot new track just released, "Hold Up", a collaboration with Rapper Wale. Released under a month ago, "Keisha" has spread by leaps and bounds virally and can be found on hundreds of mixtape sites, websites and blogs with millions of downloads and counting! Just as cold as the winter breeze of the new year of 2013, Bases Loaded Records CEO's Slim and Dee show that they are a strong force to be reckoned with as they continue to grow the Ca$h Out Brand.
Ca$h Out is just a week away from dropping his new single, "Exclusive" Featuring B.O.B., and there are many more hits to come before the highly anticipated album titled "Patience" drops this Spring/Summer of 2013. One thing is clear, there's no holding Ca$h Out back.