It’s Al Kapone Al Kapeezy Oh Boy!

 

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The Blues Rap Mane Extended

AL KAPEEZY OFFICIAL

MERCHANDISE

AL KAPEEZY OFFICIAL

MERCHANDISE

AWARDS, ACCOLADES & HONORS

“Hustle & Flow” Soundtrack

  • Contributed three songs to the soundtrack of Craig Brewer and John Singleton’s cult classic film “Hustle & Flow”
  • Earned a Critic’s Choice Award for “It Ain’t Over”
  • “Whoop That Trick” became an iconic anthem, widely recognized and adopted by sports teams like the Memphis Grizzlies and the University of Memphis

Platinum and Billboard Hits

  • Co-wrote top 10 Billboard hits “Snap Yo Fingaz” (Lil Jon) and “U and Dat” (E40 feat. T-Pain)
  • Both songs achieved platinum sales, solidifying his status as a multi-platinum songwriter

 

Film Contributions

  • Wrote and produced music for #1 box office movie “Stomp the Yard” featuring Ne-Yo and Chris Brown
  • Contributed to the soundtrack of “Cadillac Records” featuring Beyoncé

 

Blues Rap Innovator

  • Pioneered a new blend of blues and rap with his Blues Rap Mane EP
  • Collaborated with renowned artists such as Bobby Rush, Eric Gales, Sir Charles Jones, and Luther Dickinson

Awards and Recognitions

  • President of the Memphis Chapter of NARAS (The GRAMMYs)
  • Associate Producer and Featured Artist on the documentary film “Take Me to the River”
  • Music Executive Producer for the film “Jacir”

 

Media Features

  • Featured in prominent publications like Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and Billboard
  • His single “Vice Grip” received airplay on blues and soul stations

 

Mentorship and Community Involvement

  • Passionate about mentoring students from elementary to college levels
  • Continues to represent Memphis music globally through performances and educational initiatives

 

Performances and Appearances

  • Performed at major music festivals and venues, showcasing his unique blend of hip hop and blues

Al Kapone is a pioneering force in Southern Hip Hop, recognized for his groundbreaking contributions to the genre and his ability to blend blues with rap. His influence extends beyond his own performances, as he mentors aspiring artists and continues to innovate within the industry.