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Cash Cash ‘Gasoline (feat. Laura White)’ : Long-awaited new full-length on the near horizon.

Cash Cash

Cash Cash consists of brothers Jean Paul Makhlouf and Alex Makhlouf, and life-long friend Samuel Frisch. With Cash Cash’s long-awaited new full-length on the near horizon, and not one but two other recent songs currently tearing up the charts, Cash Cash has proven themselves one of the hardest-working artists in music.

The three DJ, producer and multi-instrumentalists record, mix and master all their music themselves – a feat that few contemporary artists can tout. Over the past few years they have seen massive success with a slew of single releases. Their song ‘Finest Hour’ (feat. Abir) has been RIAA-certified Gold, and their 2019 collaboration with P!NK called ‘Can We Pretend’ hit Top 10 at AC radio. Their single “Call You” (feat. Nasri of MAGIC!) hit #1 on US Dance Radio, and they were also featured on Billboard’s Dance 100 List for 2019. Their smash single ‘Take Me Home’ (ft. Bebe Rexha) celebrated an RIAA platinum certification, and their song “All My Love” (ft. Conor Maynard) has amassed over 100 million streams on Spotify alone.

Laura White is a renowned, singer song-writer originally from Greater Manchester, now based in London. From early beginnings of being in a soul band with production by Mark Ronson, to writing her own songs on piano from a young age, she has now lent her skills to the likes of Example, Bugzy Malone and Naughty Boy, and many more. Laura has over a million monthly listens on Spotify and recent collaborations with the likes of Max Styler, and BBC Radio’s own Mistajam. Laura notably co wrote the GRAMMY-Nominated song ‘New York Raining’ for Rita Ora and Charles Hamilton for FOX’s Empire. She was also featured on Galantis’ single ‘Love On Me’ (2016) which is certified Gold in the UK and hit #16 on the Official Singles Chart, with 300M+ global streams to date.

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