Cleveland native Crash Diggz is tearing the music scene apart wit a trendy new sound that can't
be denied. After battling poverty and escaping numerous run ins with the law, Chas Cordell
Gore decided to chase his dreams as Crash Diggz. In 2012 he was arrested and charged with
multiple hyenas crimes, which included nine counts of robbery, two counts of attempted murder,
murder, murder B, and aggravated murder. After being incarcerated for nearly a year and a half,
and spending 31 days on trial, he was found not guilty and released shortly after. In 2013 he
released his first video under the name Cashus tiltled "They Can Have It" featuring Blaq-A-Don.
At this time he still found it hard to stay out of trouble and transition from the streets. In 2015 he
was arrested for possession of a fire arm and placed on probation for 5 years. This is when he
began to focus more on his music. He then began to distribute projects composed by himself
and local artists throughout the city of Cleveland.
In 2016 Crash Diggz released an EP titled
"Hello Crash Diggz" and a visual for the song "Take It Off". Shortly after, his business partner,
manager, and long term friend Marlo [Calvin Donald] suffered a gunshot wound to the head.
Crash decided to take a step back from the music scene and await to the recovery of Marlo
before returning. In 2017 he he reappeared with a strong impact on the urban area releasing the
visual for "For A Living". Gaining more and more contacts within the industry Crash Diggz
teamed up with artist Ray Jr. dropping the single "Big Freak" at the top of 2018. Now partnered
up with Dj Johnny O and Big Heff, Crash Diggz is finally prepared to take over the Midwest.