Shane Capone | Heated Speech w/ bonus DVD

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Heated Speech w/ bonus DVD

by Shane Capone

Underground King of the Motor City, Shane Capone is Detroit hip hop at it's finest. Reviewed in Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the "top 10 independent hip hop artists out today."
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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1. Guess Who's Back
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2. Walk Wit Me
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3. Ain't Fuckin' Around (feat. Cadillac Dale)
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4. A Pen & A Mic
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5. Theme of a Hustler (feat. Slugga)
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6. I Know I (feat. Daphne Briggs)
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7. Uh Huh! (feat. Slugga)
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8. Say What? (feat. Haystak)
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9. Back N' Forth (feat. Bareda aka Mr. Wrong)
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10. Pusherman (feat. Slugga)
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11. Get This Money (feat. K-Jon)
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12. Count On You (feat. Zelah Williams)
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13. My Lonely Room (feat. Dutch Kinkade & Haystak)
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14. This Life
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Album Notes
------------------------------------------------------Within an industry that has commercialized hip hop music to the point that it has become "pop" music it is hard to find a major label artist that can grab your attention or that is even believable anymore. Knowing that, many fans have turned back to the independent game as a means of hearing rap music that has not been watered-down.

Recently Described by XXL Magazine as "one of the tightest independent artists we've ever heard," SHANE CAPONE is considered to be one of the purest & rawest emcees in the game today.

The product of a very turbulent childhood Shane's walk in life has not been an easy one. After witnessing the attempted murder of his mother by his own father at the age of 7, the South Carolina-born emcee along with his recovering mother packed everything they owned into a car and moved to Detroit. Bouncing from aunt and uncle's homes to trailer parks Shane and his mother finally settled into the low-incoming housing complex, Lawrence Park. It was there that young Capone was introduced to the early boom of hip hop. Completely drawn to the early sounds of The Fat Boys, Run-DMC & Whodini young Capone quietly started penning his first raps...

In 1997, along with emcees Cein G & KAOS, Capone formed the group M.O.B. and achieved regional success with their first album "Welcome to Detroit MuthaFuckaz." And after some line-up changes (Cein G was replaced by Phat Mic) M.O.B. released their follow-up album "Terror..." in 1999. Then in 2000, due to a "luke warm" response to the second M.O.B. album, Shane decided to branch out on his own and form Rock City Records...

Working the early Detroit Underground mixtapes Shane built his weight up as a solo artist. And by the time his first solo project "Flood These Streetz" hit the underground scene there was such a buzz about SHANE CAPONE in Detroit that many national distributors came calling to carry the album. Then after months of hand-to-hand, out-of-the-trunk record sales Capone accepted a deal for his album, and new record label, to be distributed nationally. This turned out to be a highly successful move with "Flood These Streetz" generating more then $448,000 in records sales to date and solidifying SHANE CAPONE to a national audience.

Coming full circle to 2006, SHANE CAPONE drops his sophomore album "Heated Speech." And if the first week sales are any indicator (8,700 copies the first week) "Heated Speech" is destined to surpass Capone's first solo in measures of retail success...

In an independent game where most artists fade away after a couple years, SHANE CAPONE has all but dominated. Thru solo albums, group efforts with M.O.B., and multiple mixtape appearances, Capone has garnered over 92,000 units in record sales to date!!! In 2007 SHANE CAPONE will mark 10 years, a full decade, in the game. And regardless of whether you love him or hate him one thing if for sure, you gotta ...

Respect The Hustle!!!


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