Following his 2017 5000 project, Jersey artist Cash Burner 5000 returns with his new project which he names after his stomping grounds, Roselle 07203.

Produced in its entirety by Jersey beatmaker Addixs, Roselle 07203 shows some different sides of Cash, whether he is on a political note with his “Black Kids” or on his mellowed out “Saying Goodbye” or on his trap shit like “Trap Jumping” and “Came Home Bossed Up.”

The project features appearances from Jersey DJ legend DJ Doughboy, Jay Starr, Annia, as well as some underground heat with bars from Staten Island’s Elijah Miguel, SpaceLAB’s Jake Palumbo and lyricist Ren Thomas on “North South East Left.” “

Roselle 07203 is available now under United Masters and digital music sites everywhere.


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