12 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the very beginning, Atlanta rapper Kap G has worn his Mexican-American heritage on his sleeve. The man whose last major release was called SupaJefe has continually peppered his bars with Spanish slang and tributes to unsung heroes of his culture such as wrestler Eddie Guerrero. And while SupaJefe found the rapper experimenting with a diverse range of sonics (dembow-influenced Pharrell production, a Chris Brown collaboration), no kap is the rapper leaning into the contemporary sound of his city. The production is 808-heavy on the whole, placing Kap G’s voice and songwriting ability front and center. He supplies nearly all of the choruses, but even the project’s biggest-name guest, R&B virtuoso Ty Dolla $ign (“Raise the Roof”), delivers a chorus uncharacteristically devoid of melody to make room for Kap’s bilingual flexing.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

From the very beginning, Atlanta rapper Kap G has worn his Mexican-American heritage on his sleeve. The man whose last major release was called SupaJefe has continually peppered his bars with Spanish slang and tributes to unsung heroes of his culture such as wrestler Eddie Guerrero. And while SupaJefe found the rapper experimenting with a diverse range of sonics (dembow-influenced Pharrell production, a Chris Brown collaboration), no kap is the rapper leaning into the contemporary sound of his city. The production is 808-heavy on the whole, placing Kap G’s voice and songwriting ability front and center. He supplies nearly all of the choruses, but even the project’s biggest-name guest, R&B virtuoso Ty Dolla $ign (“Raise the Roof”), delivers a chorus uncharacteristically devoid of melody to make room for Kap’s bilingual flexing.

*WEA.MusicPages.Riaa.Explicit*
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
11 Ratings
11 Ratings

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stunta713

💥💥💥

Same as every other song

DGKing706

Nothing new about this album, sounds just like a part two of supajefe, disappointed Kap

🔥

Salas_C829

Nice !

About Kap G

Based in the College Park area of Atlanta, Georgia, bilingual rapper Kap G kicked off his career with a series of high-profile collaborations. Born George Ramirez, the MC debuted in 2012 with the single "Tatted Like Amigos" featuring Chief Keef. "Jose Got Dem Tacos" followed a year later with guest Young Jeezy, then 2014 saw him drop three mixtapes including his breakthrough effort, Like a Mexican. In 2015 he released the single "Like El Chapo" featuring Ca$h Out, then signed with the Atlantic Records label, which paired him in the studio with Pharrell Williams. A year later, Young Thug and YFN Lucci landed on his El Southside mixtape. SupaJefe arrived in 2017, featuring appearances by Chris Brown ("I See You"), Dae Dae ("I Heard"), Kapfe ("CEO"), and Pharrell Williams ("Icha Gicha"). The next year, he joined Sofia Reyes and Paty Cantú on "Vamos por la Estrella," a single written for the Mexican national soccer team and their entry in the 2018 World Cup. ~ David Jeffries

HOMETOWN
College Park, GA
BORN
July 31, 1994

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