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专辑名:Mr. Capone-E
歌手:G-Dogg
发行时间:2014-08-08

简介:GFunk and GDogg, members of LayLow Inc, teamed up with Mr. Capone-E to make this powerful west-coast connection. Gfunk, Gdogg and Mr. Capone-E are all former gang members with major street credibility on the streets. After their release from prison, both Gfunk and Mr. Capone-E decided to become rappers and both establishing their own record labels, Hi-Power Entertainment and LayLow Incorporated, with departed destinies allowing Mr. Capone-E to sign into Thump Records and Gfunk to continue his journey with Gdogg under LayLow Inc, where they both released works including Mr. Capone-E's 2003 album Dedicated 2 the Oldies in which he interpolated songs like "Angel Baby" by Rosie & the Originals. Gfunk's 2007 album Riding Low quickly raised the charts of Japan becoming #1 seller for 3 consecutive months thereafter Gfunk and his co-producer Gdogg became the official production company of Hi-Power Entertainment. Mr. Capone-E's first album to chart on the American Billboard charts was A Soldier's Story from 2006, which reached #30 on the Top Heatseekers chart. Mr. Capone-E has described his music as "Sureño hip hop". In 2006, Capone-E collaborated with Twista for the single "Don't Get It Twisted". The song charted at #40 on the Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 chart. Solo career: 2001-2010: Mr. Capone-E released his first solo album in 2001 titled "Last Man Standing". His second solo album Reys Town was released the following year in 2002 after signing a 3-year distribution deal with Thump Records, a partner of Universal Records. That year he met Mr. Criminal at a low rider car show and helped him have his first break. The two artists recorded a track called "Criminal Mentality", released on Capone-E's Thump Records Music Group which gained widespread international popularity in 2003. In 2002, Mr. Capone-E released his DVD, A Day in the Life of Mr. Capone followed by in 2003 his highly anticipated 3rd album, Mr. Capone-E: Dedicated to the Oldies, which sold over half a million copies and still continues selling units today. Mr. Capone-E went back to Thump who released his 5th album, Soldier Story, in 2005 and his sixth album, Zap & Mr. Capone-E Vol.1 & 2, which was widely accepted by the streets. Money issues began to surface between Mr. Capone-E and Thump, which ultimately led to unpaid royalties to Mr. Capone-E. He was advised to leave Thump based on the amount of albums he was selling per release and that any distribution house would sign him. Mr. Capone-E retained all the rights to his music released under Thump. In 2006, Mr. Capone-E released his seventh album, distributed under SMC, Don't get it Twisted, including the hit single "Don't Get it Twisted" ft. Twista, which peaked at #18 on the Top Heatseekers Album Chart, #25 on the Independent Albums Chart and #68 on the Billboard R&B/Rap Albums. In 2007, Mr. Capone-E signed an independent direct distribution deal with Koch and released his eighth album, Mr. Capone-E: Dedicated to the Oldies Part II in '08, which peaked at #17 on the Top Heatseekers Albums Chart and #66 on the Billboard R&B/ Hip Hop Album. In 2009, Mr. Capone-E released his ninth album, Diary of a G, including the hit single "Light my Fire" ft. Snoop Dogg and collaborations with The Game and Glasses Malone, which peaked at #18 on the Billboard Rap Album Charts and #24 on the Top Heatseekers Album Charts. Following the releases of his highly successful albums, Mr. Capone-E released The Blue Album in 2010 and Mr. Capone-E: Tears of a Soldier for his fans. Hi Power Entertainment: Mr. Capone-E began to sign more underground artists which was the birth of Hi-Power Entertainment, Mr. Capone-E's record label. Under Hi Power Ent., Mr. Capone-E signed over 30 artists including heavy-hitters like the iconic Bizzy Bone and Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Suga Free, MC Eiht and Lil Flip. Now both labels bring to you one of the greatest collaborated albums in the West Coast.

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GFunk and GDogg, members of LayLow Inc, teamed up with Mr. Capone-E to make this powerful west-coast connection. Gfunk, Gdogg and Mr. Capone-E are all former gang members with major street credibility on the streets. After their release from prison, both Gfunk and Mr. Capone-E decided to become rappers and both establishing their own record labels, Hi-Power Entertainment and LayLow Incorporated, with departed destinies allowing Mr. Capone-E to sign into Thump Records and Gfunk to continue his journey with Gdogg under LayLow Inc, where they both released works including Mr. Capone-E's 2003 album Dedicated 2 the Oldies in which he interpolated songs like "Angel Baby" by Rosie & the Originals. Gfunk's 2007 album Riding Low quickly raised the charts of Japan becoming #1 seller for 3 consecutive months thereafter Gfunk and his co-producer Gdogg became the official production company of Hi-Power Entertainment. Mr. Capone-E's first album to chart on the American Billboard charts was A Soldier's Story from 2006, which reached #30 on the Top Heatseekers chart. Mr. Capone-E has described his music as "Sureño hip hop". In 2006, Capone-E collaborated with Twista for the single "Don't Get It Twisted". The song charted at #40 on the Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 chart. Solo career: 2001-2010: Mr. Capone-E released his first solo album in 2001 titled "Last Man Standing". His second solo album Reys Town was released the following year in 2002 after signing a 3-year distribution deal with Thump Records, a partner of Universal Records. That year he met Mr. Criminal at a low rider car show and helped him have his first break. The two artists recorded a track called "Criminal Mentality", released on Capone-E's Thump Records Music Group which gained widespread international popularity in 2003. In 2002, Mr. Capone-E released his DVD, A Day in the Life of Mr. Capone followed by in 2003 his highly anticipated 3rd album, Mr. Capone-E: Dedicated to the Oldies, which sold over half a million copies and still continues selling units today. Mr. Capone-E went back to Thump who released his 5th album, Soldier Story, in 2005 and his sixth album, Zap & Mr. Capone-E Vol.1 & 2, which was widely accepted by the streets. Money issues began to surface between Mr. Capone-E and Thump, which ultimately led to unpaid royalties to Mr. Capone-E. He was advised to leave Thump based on the amount of albums he was selling per release and that any distribution house would sign him. Mr. Capone-E retained all the rights to his music released under Thump. In 2006, Mr. Capone-E released his seventh album, distributed under SMC, Don't get it Twisted, including the hit single "Don't Get it Twisted" ft. Twista, which peaked at #18 on the Top Heatseekers Album Chart, #25 on the Independent Albums Chart and #68 on the Billboard R&B/Rap Albums. In 2007, Mr. Capone-E signed an independent direct distribution deal with Koch and released his eighth album, Mr. Capone-E: Dedicated to the Oldies Part II in '08, which peaked at #17 on the Top Heatseekers Albums Chart and #66 on the Billboard R&B/ Hip Hop Album. In 2009, Mr. Capone-E released his ninth album, Diary of a G, including the hit single "Light my Fire" ft. Snoop Dogg and collaborations with The Game and Glasses Malone, which peaked at #18 on the Billboard Rap Album Charts and #24 on the Top Heatseekers Album Charts. Following the releases of his highly successful albums, Mr. Capone-E released The Blue Album in 2010 and Mr. Capone-E: Tears of a Soldier for his fans. Hi Power Entertainment: Mr. Capone-E began to sign more underground artists which was the birth of Hi-Power Entertainment, Mr. Capone-E's record label. Under Hi Power Ent., Mr. Capone-E signed over 30 artists including heavy-hitters like the iconic Bizzy Bone and Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Suga Free, MC Eiht and Lil Flip. Now both labels bring to you one of the greatest collaborated albums in the West Coast.