Cash Cash Biography
Hailing from Roseland, New Jersey, Cash Cash has seeded their close-knit camaraderie with an interchangeable musical DNA that reaches all the way back to Jean Paul’s and Sam’s third grade roots. Known for fusing 70s pumped-up funk vapors into infectious 80s-styled pop, the group’s harmony-anchored hooks sealed their appeal, with the band inking a deal with Universal Republic Records in early 2008.
Ratcheting up gleeful gems such as “Breakout,” and “Two Days Old,” Cash Cash relies on a relentless connectivity that powers both their live shows and sizzling studio efforts that has seen them win over online fans and club-goers across the U.S. Currently on tour with dance-pop hypsters Metro Station and Tyga.
It was their constant barnstorming of NJ and NYC clubs, like Pete Wentz’ AK-47 New York City nightspot, that led to heightened record company interest in the versatile group in ‘07 and early ‘08. Their effortless singing style, coupled with a playfully off-kilter beatsensibility became a notable trademark of Cash Cash, rallying fans and critics to their musical cause everywhere they played.