New York – Freshman recording artist J Cue Capone is ready to release his first project. He has been protege in the studio with MooreBeats Studio for two years polishing his craft. The approach to his first mixtape titled “One” is to provide an introduction to his lifestyle, music direction and the world that created his preceptive of today’s urban culture.
The lastest mixtape release "Days of Summer" displays his seasonal talent and need to put new recordings out for listeners to hear his versatility and ability to deliver the summer's current vibe.
He uses his connection to and addiction to the story telling format of rap to create the energy of both products. The title “One” for the mixtape simply celebrates his first packaged release and his intent while releasing "Days of Summer" shows his ability to record and deliver to today's audience.
J Cue Capone has delivered mixtape projects that embodies his perspective as a millennial that has transitioned from adolescence to adulthood in community that hasn’t provided the opportunities crediting his maturity to lessons from his mother and the bronx street culture. His music influences inspired him to release a project that creates a nostalgic vibe while referencing the current culture of hip hop and challenges of today’s urban male. The track list of the mixtape titled “One” brings an aggressive with an intimidating song simply called “Intro” to laid back empathic vibes on “Miss My Homey” & “Letter to Mom” while bringing appropriate party vibes like “We Gon Go”. The project wouldn’t be complete with two homages to his Bronx upbringing in “Back to the Hood” and “Highbridge”