Welcome to the official web site of Qutice McGaughy aka Colfax Cac.
Qutice Cole "Cac" McGaughy, of Denver was shot several times on Sunday around 2am, September 25, 2005. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition and passed away Wednesday, September 28, 2005. His friend Innerstate Ike was also shot multiple times but survived. We wish him all the best in his continued recovery. The Hip-Hop community is at a loss for words as to why this happened. Everybody know they the "Bosses of the Town". Cac was 26.
Son of Eddie Hart and Kim Diarra; grandson of Earlene Franklin; husband of Verene "Torie" McGaughy; father of Darrius; brother of Eugene, Kenta, Tashena, Tiffny and Brittny Hart; and a host of family, friends and fans.
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CACIE, of the most explosive unsigned rap group MNLD (Mob Niggaz Livin Decent), veterans of the Underground Colorado Hip Hop scene since 1995 is a Denver native. He was born and raised in Montbello. An untouchable athlete playing both soccer and basketball he was also dangerous in the rap game. He decided in the fourth grade that he wanted to be a rapper and he has been making it happen ever since. Most of his life was lived on 55th avenue in Montbello.
He always loved performing whether it be school talent shows, Juneteenth, the Black Arts Festival or just battling in the streets, he became a respected lyricist. He made a song with California rap artist Marvellous and also with Rich the Factor from Kansas City. While being mentored by Young Doe and Boozilla, Cacie performed in shows with Killa Tay. They recently opened up for Yukmouth in Fort Collins, CO. Ever since the new millennium Cacie has spread out all throughout Colorado with a huge fan base, and has sold over 20,000 albums. As a founding member of the rap group MNLD, Cacie's musical inspirations include 2Pac, E 40, NWA, Too $hort, and Jay Z.
He has released three solo albums: Underground Hoggin; Out the Basement; and the latest Real Life. All of his lyrics are about his life and experiences. His last solo album was prophetically titled "Trendsetta." It was the most highly anticipated album of 2005, and the last duet album with his best friend and bandmember Innerstate Ike.