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C.O.D. : Cash On Delivery by Ray Cash

Album

C.O.D. : Cash On Delivery

Ray Cash

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Album

C.O.D. : Cash On Delivery

Ray Cash

Play on Napster
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Label: Ghet-O-Vision Ent./Sony Urban Music/Columbia
Ray Cash may be from Cleveland, but his debut is all over the map. From the more trad boom bap of "The Payback" to the minor chord, Midwestern hip-hop of "Trying to Get Paid," C.O.D. is stylistically diverse. Lyrically, Ray Cash is constantly referencing other hip-hop and R&B acts: On the stellar "Bumping My Music," he pays homage to Biggie and Juvenile, while "Sex Appeal" finds the Cleveland emcee imagining a sex stable populated by Missy, Trina and almost every other pop star blessed with a vagina. It's a formula that worked slightly better on the Game's Documentary.

About This Album

Ray Cash may be from Cleveland, but his debut is all over the map. From the more trad boom bap of "The Payback" to the minor chord, Midwestern hip-hop of "Trying to Get Paid," C.O.D. is stylistically diverse. Lyrically, Ray Cash is constantly referencing other hip-hop and R&B acts: On the stellar "Bumping My Music," he pays homage to Biggie and Juvenile, while "Sex Appeal" finds the Cleveland emcee imagining a sex stable populated by Missy, Trina and almost every other pop star blessed with a vagina. It's a formula that worked slightly better on the Game's Documentary.

Songs

About This Album

Ray Cash may be from Cleveland, but his debut is all over the map. From the more trad boom bap of "The Payback" to the minor chord, Midwestern hip-hop of "Trying to Get Paid," C.O.D. is stylistically diverse. Lyrically, Ray Cash is constantly referencing other hip-hop and R&B acts: On the stellar "Bumping My Music," he pays homage to Biggie and Juvenile, while "Sex Appeal" finds the Cleveland emcee imagining a sex stable populated by Missy, Trina and almost every other pop star blessed with a vagina. It's a formula that worked slightly better on the Game's Documentary.