Cap 1

Cap 1  and King Louie should snag cameos in the next superhero movie as bulletproof rappers, this after Cap was shot twice and driving himself to a hospital. The Chicago artist took photos of his ordeal and posted them on Instagram, as he shared more details of the harrowing event.

Per usual, DJ Khaled has been adamant when promoting his upcoming album I Changed A Lot, due in stores October 23.

Cap 1 has a battery in his back. Actually, after the year the Street Execs have had, it’s safe to assume the same of the entire squad. Last month, the Chicago MC hit a small, unassuming bar in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward—filling it to capacity.

2 Chainz returns alongside his T.R.U. label soldiers Short Dawg, Cap 1, Skooly, and Kaelub in the official video for “Keep It 100.”

Rap collective Two-9 came bearing treats today (February 9) in the form of their B4FRVR mixtape and a visual for track eight, “World Gone Crazy.”

It’s a family affair in the T.R.U. camp and 2 Chainz holds court on a track called “Keep It 100,” featuring Cap 1, Skooly, Short Dawg, and Kaleb.

2 Chainz is expanding his brand to include his label The Real University, each of whom will appear on an upcoming compilation mixtape called Tru Jack City.

Better late than never, right? Mike WiLL Made It dropped a visual for “Someone To Love,” featuring 2 Chainz, Cap 1, and Skooly, from his Ransom mixtape, which hit the Internets on Monday (December 15)

The new Street Execs Priorities mixtape holds a fresh tune by 2 Chainz. Titled “Xanny,” which is an indication of where the ATLien takes it lyrically, the song features Cap 1 and Skooly.

A day before Caviar Dreams II is due to release, Cap 1 offers a sampling from his latest mixtape titled “No Feelings,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

If there’s a parcel to be delivered, Cap 1 is the man for the job. At least that’s the case in his visual for “Anywhere,” a track featuring 2 Chainz and OJ Da Juiceman that debuted back in March.

2 Chainz may be under the watchful eye of the law but he still has plenty of crinack for his millions of listeners.