MP3 Capps - My Life
All original style with lyrical word play that can''t be regionally classified.
15 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Rap, URBAN/R&B: R&B Rap mix
D.O.B: April 22, 1982
CAPPS was born in to a family influenced by music in Nashville, TN. By the age of twelve he began writing rhymes and this is when his love for Hip Hop truly began. It was at this age where CAPPS developed his tenacious work ethic and his lyrical skill, which can easily place him among some of the best lyricists of all time.
CAPPS began rhyming professionally in the mid to late Nineties with notable Hip Hop artists. In late 1996 he formed a group called Roundtable and had his first studio session in early 1997 with Crowe Records (Founded by long time friend Tek-9). In the late Nineties, CAPPS recorded his first album with his group Roundtable and the D.B.R. Group but the album unfortunately was never released. However, in 2000 he was asked to perform on HayStak’s promo tour where he met the likes of Sean “P Diddy” Combs, Bun B, Mean Green, Kool Ace and Biz Markie. Later that year he launched his solo career and appeared on the compilation album “TN’s tightest” with a veritable who’s who from the Nashville urban landscape (Super Producer Tim Hill, Haystak, Gangsta Blak, AWP, and the multitalented Shannon Sanders). Towards the end of 2002, unhappy with the direction of his career, CAPPS left his label and began working with R & B artist and long time friend, J. C. (who at the time was a recording artist with Jermaine Dupri’s entertainment company, So So Def). Nevertheless, over the next three years he would experience life-altering events that caused him to exit the game for a season. As fate would have it, in 2005 he would meet Marc Brown (the current Owner of Game Tight Entertainment) and the two would form a musical bond that is sure to set the Hip Hop world on it’s ear