Rocking a beat similar to an early 2000's frat house dance song, Cash Out suspects that something's not quite right in his newest, "Ain't Adding Up." The situations Cash Out describes, like "rockin thousand dollar red bottoms" on a "$700 budget" and a room featuring an "air mattress, flat screen and illegal cable," are eerily similar to Hurricane Chris's callouts in "Ratchet," which is appropriate, because it seems like Cash Out is speaking directly to the ratchet crowd showing off a collection of goods that "ain't adding up." At one point, both Cash Out and Hurricane Chris call out some ghetto people who spend rent and "kids' birthday money" on shoes. Cash Out may not be a public accountant, but even he can see that something's off with these dudes' budgets. If people are noticing, it may be time to get your life.