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Chase N. Cashe has always been a man of the people, and he dedicates this cut off of The Heir Up There to people just like him. “Ode To The Real,” which is produced by Tha Bizness, has the American flag-toting Surf Club general spitting for the real uggins.

If you haven’t been paying attention to the moves CNC has been making, he recently dropped a free instrumental tape entitled Verde and has landed production credits on Dom Kennedy’s The Yellow Album as well as Drake’s Take Care and Troy Ave’s Bricks In My Backpack III. Hit the jump to check out “Ode To The Real.”


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