Chicago based rapper DooWop, member of Chief Keef’s Glo Gang, is preparing to release his debut album, Cappin Ain’t Dead, later this week. To celebrate the momentous achievement, DooWop has provided the project’s lead single, “Cap Flow,” which enlists Lil Uzi Vert over the Chief Keef produced instrumental.
The track remains a dedication to DooWop’s blood-brother Capo, who was tragically gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Chicago’s South Side back in 2015. As can be expected by the names involved on the single, both DooWop and Uzi offer up merciless street lyricism and flows atop the hard-slinging instrumental. In terms of the beat, Keef has offered up a variety of side-changed melodies that help in filling out the track’s atmosphere.
You can listen to “Cap Flow” below. Cappin Ain’t Dead will drop on July 19 via Cleopatra Records.
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