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Michael Cola (born February 20th 1978), known professionally as DJ Cash (M.A. Cash) is a long time artist manager, producer, DJ and A&R rep.. He was working for Steve Rifkind at SRC Records in 1998 when he met DJ Whoo Kid and began as his manager. Cash would go on to manage Jackass star Steve-O from 2004-2007 all the while spending much of his time on the road as tour DJ for hip hop artists like Chris Webby and Sammy Adams.
DJ Cash has served as producer and content creator for the Whoolywood Shuffle on Sirius/XM's Shade 45 since it's inception.
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