Chicano rapper Mr. Capone-E built a sizable following for himself throughout southern California, where he found a comfortable home for his hardcore style at Thump Records. He joined the Thump roster after recording his Mr. Capone-E & the Southsiders album (2000) for Hi Power. While at Thump, Capone-E notably recorded Dedicated 2 the Oldies (2003), which featured him interpolating a number of oldies like Rosie & the Originals' "Angel Baby" and the Escorts' "Look Over Your Shoulder." ~ Jason BirchmeierPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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