Cold Cash

Johnny “Cold Cash” Goggins is coined as the “poster-boy for swag” by just about everybody that speaks on him. He delivers his flows with such a laid back coolness that it’s obvious he’s been able to completely merge his Midwest and upstate NY roots and compile a genuine quality brand that speaks truth in every aspect. Cold Cash grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin & later moved to Buffalo, New York. While his location was altered by 100’s of miles, his passion for rapping was unmoved in his journey from extreme cold to bitter freezing.

Informing the massed on Cold Cash is extra easy for me, not only was I privileged to grow up with him like he was my big brother, I also noticed that he had an unparalleled grind to many of the folks we ran with that claimed that spitting rhymes would be more than a hobby. When JG said it, he meant it! Yeah, he’ll forever be JG to me, but I respect the artist that Cold Cash has grown to BEcome.

Don’t worry about it if you’re unfamiliar with Cold Cash’s name or current credits; he continues to BE a mixtape machine, spitting out 6 mixtapes to date, and no doubt in the lab brewing up another dose. “I love the mixtape circuit. It gives us guys without the big name backing and the large budgets to get as much exposure as you put in.”

Cold Cash is the remedy for the mixtape world! He refuses to sit stagnant due to his locale having a smaller market. Cold Cash is ambitiously securing each and every opportunity thrown his way from jumping on tour to hitting the showcase rounds. Cold Cash strongly believes in a grass roots formula and doesn’t mind being his own right hand man as long as it gets the job done. “Man I write my own rhymes, mix & do my own beats. I’m my own manager & I do my own graphic designs. Whatever i need, I have right here in house.”

With that, go get it mentality that Cold cash contains, it’s only a matter of milliseconds before he gets the BIG break that he’s seeking, but until he does, you can BE assured that he’s having fun giving the fans as much of his swagged out lyrical uproar as possible.

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