The notorious lyrical swordsmen who are known as the Wu-Tang Clan only consisted of RZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Raekwon and the Staten Island native known as, "Cappadonna" (in the years before 1990). Unfortunately, Cappadonna who was born with the government name, "Darryl Hill" would have to serve a prison stint on the arrival of Wu-Tang's debut iconic album, "Enter The 36 Chambers". Cappadonna would finally make his debut on Raekwon's first album, "Only 4 Cuban Linx" via the standout track, "Ice Cream" with his fellow Wu conglomerates in Method Man and Ghostface Killah. Cappadonna would also be one of the main contributors on one of Ghostface Killah's best albums, "Ironman (1996)" on the tracks, "Winter Warz", "Fish", "Daytona 500" and "Camay".
A year after Cappadonna appeared on Wu-Tang's second album 1997, "Wu-Tang Forever", Cappadonna would release his solo debut album that was executively produced by RZA known as, "The Pillage". The album would debut at number three on the charts and would instantly become another successful solo Wu-Tang clan member album. The project's highlights included, "Run", "Black Boy" and "Oh Donna". Cappadonna's debut would only be the tipping point of his career as he would release 8 more solid albums and would further cement Cappadonna's place in Hip-Hop and Wu-Tang respectively.
We encourage you to check out his latest album, "The Pillage 2" and some of his best verses below!