Corey Cache and Yung Air to perform in ATL with The DBSC

To our Cache City Citizens:

Some of you may know that Corey Cache now lives in ATL, and has been building a fanbase in the city with his music and performances. He has been spreading the Cache City brand throughout ATL. Now he is preparing the release his new self produced club banger, "Loud Pack," ft Yung Air. He met a few cool cats in ATL who roll with a crew called The Dirty Boy Social Club, aka DBSC. The DBSC hosts weekly events all around Atlanta, and provide an avenue for independent artists to showcase their talents. Every third Thursday The DBSC holds an event called Dirty Hollywood, where it picks three artists to showcase their music in a 30 minute set. Corey Cache has hit the stage twice already, and now is prepared to headline the show. He is bringing Yung Air with him to rock the crowd of course, and show ATL how to Stack Dat Cache. The events are always fresh, stylish, and unique. If you are in the Atlanta area, the show details are below!

Venue: MJQ (Drunken Unicorn)
Date: April, 18th 2013
Time: 9pm
The show is followed by #PrepSchool, a party like none other with Dj Skooter, Dj Jeremy Avalon, and Dj CristoDisco

Yung Air Releases New Single "Double Cup Love" Produced by Corey Cache

"Lightin up the Christmas tree, It ain't even Christmas time. Sippin lean and kushie b's, top it off with dinner. That loud louder than intercoms, spacing out but still inside. She express her inner thoughts, my focus on her inner thighs"

Chicago Rapper Yung Air makes his Solo Debut with “Double Cup Love”

Yung Air’s first single “Double Cup Love,” released this week, brings a fresh new sound to the
industry as a part of Campaign Oxygen.

Chicago, IL (PRWeb) April 11th, 2013

Cache City Entertainment announces the release of Yung Air’s first single “Double Cup Love.” It is now available for download at The new sexy ballad, off of new Chicago artist Yung Air’s upcoming Oxygen mixtape, is a sultry tribute to the ladies that places an emphasis on the phrase “Love High”.

“Double Cup Love,” composed by producer Corey Cache, of Cache City Ent, features instrumentals with melodic tunes and a deep, seductive bass line. “As soon as I heard the beat, I already knew I had to smooth it out and do something for the ladies,” Yung Air proclaimed when recently asked what inspired the track. He continued, “I just went where the sound and feeling took me.”

“Double Cup Love”, with its catchy hook and on-point delivery, captures a night of lust and love with a hint of inebriation. It features Yung Air serenading his woman to a level that only double cups and the loudest cigar could epitomize. A track like this is a new avenue for Yung Air as he is more accustomed to an aggressive, lyrical flow that emphasizes a story in his life. This aggressive style will be featured in Yung Air’s future work, but he feels there is a need to expand his horizons. "I think my best feature is my versatility,” said Yung Air. "That is why you don't hear the same song twice out of me; I like to switch it up." This is also apparent in the debut of his highly anticipated debut mixtape.

Growing up as a top athlete in Illinois, Yung Air was arrogant, aggressive, and competitive. He never wanted to lose and he always felt better than the next man. It was through music that Yung Air learned humility and developed his business sense. He teamed up with his childhood friends and created the record label Cache City Entertainment to take the next step in his music career. Yung Air went through struggles in the beginning of his career, as he chased his dream. Hurdles that would break most people only made him stronger and wiser. With a sharper mind and a more defined work ethic, Yung Air’s big dream is coming closer to fruition, proving that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Yung Air’s new music has started the Campaign Oxygen movement. Fans on Twitter and Facebook can be seen expressing their support for Yung Air’s fresh outlook with #CampaignOxygen. This campaign also features gear which will be able to be purchased online in the upcoming months. Half of all proceeds from gear will be contributed to St. Jude's Hospital in the fight against cancer. Yung Air expresses, "Giving these kids a chance is #1 on my list, and I won't stop until I can positively affect their lives."

The debut single “Double Cup Love” is at the forefront of Campaign Oxygen. Yung Air and his followers truly feel this is his time to shine, as he continues to build from a strong foundation of hard work, teamwork and humility.

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JG and D-Nyce involved with film "Let's Shake On It"

To our Cache City Family, Some of you may not have known, but JG is an actor too! He's been in films such as "Thirsty" by Cornell Ford, and also starred in a music video for the late Lou Pride. JG's most current role is in the film "Let's Shake On It" written and directed by Cornell Ford. JG explains his role in the film below.


"The movie "Let's Shake On It" was written and directed by Cornell Ford. Cornell and myself go back a ways, when he was just a producer and musical engineer in the Lake County area. During the beginning of his movie producing career he asked if I would like to be apart of a short film he wrote called "Thirsty", in which I did. Everyone enjoyed the movie and my character so much that he later proposed a role in an up coming movie called "Let's shake on it". By me working with Cornell for some time at this point, I was eager to jump into the new project. He pretty much already had me in mind for the role of "Brian" immediately....from what he tells me lol."


"Brian is one of those cool, funny, spontaneous kind of guys, and thinks highly of himself. He's in a relationship with Trina and they are like the core of all of their friends. When it comes to Brian, there is no telling what you might hear come out of his mouth. He definitely brings the comedic relief." HOW WAS THE EXPERIENCE, IN TERMS OF FILMING WITH THE CAST? "As cliche as it sounds, working with the whole cast was pretty much like family to be honest. Once you get past the initial meet and greet, all of the nervous bones pretty much leaves your body. Everybody was professional and respectful to each other, so to answer the question the experience was dope. I had a great time and would do it again in a heartbeat." 


"It was just a background scene having dinner with my wife, but acting is something I'd like to explore a bit more moving ford. It was fun working with Corn and the actors on the set. I believe a lot of folks will have just as much fun watching this movie as much as the actors had fun making it. 

Want to read more about the film? Check out the website at to read more and watch the trailer! 

Here's a few photos from the making of the film