Seemore Cash was born in Kansas City. He was raised by his single mother on the Northside of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Cash had a large family and a crowded home. He needed an outlet to get him out of the house. An avid basketball player at heart, it was only natural that he would use the sport as such. Seemore focused on training in hopes of a career at a professional level. His free time spent with music. Unfortunately, when his coach suddenly died, Seemore no longer felt the same connection to the game as he use to. His grades started to slip, he lacked focus and everything suffered. His disconnection to basketball made him resent the sport all together. He would soon drop out of college. In need of another outlet, he moved to Los Angeles, formed a group and began performing in California. The crew created a buzz on the Hollywood scene and an independent label took an interest in the group. They would soon drop out during negotiations due to conflicts between group members. Cash felt that efforts were not matched by others in the gang. He took the label dropping the deal as a sign to move past the plans intended for the movement. He went on as a solo artist shortly after. Seemore Cash continues to keep the watchful eye of his loyal fans and to make music that sets a new precedence for the HipHop Industry.Keep your eye on the sky; he's about to Touchdown...
Alot of street n***** get robbed ... 50 got robbed on stage for his chain in Angola Africa a few yrs back ... Ya dnt believe him either? What n***** fail to realize is that it dnt matter how tough u are ... If u from the hood u would…"
"@em1tchel if you believe he didn't have him killed your an idiot have you seen murder rap? Makes a lot of sense with PAC gone he ain't got no real threats puffy is a b**** n**** he was scared of PAC and suge so he had him eliminated"
Worthy's own Tone Billz coming out of East Harlem returns, with his perspective on what is goin on in the World with our minorities. There is a lot of racisim, violence and bad things goin on around us and towards us and felt like he had to talk about it on the Tone Jonez produced track. Sometimes Tone question how "Free" we really are…See More