L’A Capone may have lost his life in a senseless act of violence, but loved ones are continuing to keep the budding MC’s legacy alive.
Capone’s mother Dedra Morris is honoring her son by selling buttons. Morris took to IG to provide purchasing details for supporters.
“Email firstname.lastname@example.org for you buttons #MAMACAPONE
“$3 if you pick it up! $5 if you want it shipped! Send money order to 1974 E. 73rd Street Chicago, IL 60649 Make it out to: Dedra (Momma Capone) Morris any questions email Morris.email@example.com,” the captions on the posts read.
L’A Capone, an up and coming artist who hailed from Chicago’s 600 block, succumbed to injuries sustained in a Sept. 26 shooting upon leaving a recording studio. He was 17.
Capone’s posthumous mixtape “Separate Myself” hit the net ready for download on Jan. 6, 2014.
This tape featured 18 tracks, including “Brothers” featuring Lil Durk and RondoNumbaNine.
This song was the last track Capone recorded before his murder.
Capone anchors the track, rapping, “I promise I won’t switch/You son of a b***h/At 16 had a dream, we was gonna get rich/We gone wake up, put the pipe on/Always been on my own/Gotta stay strong/I gotta be put in my zone/Feeling like I wanna go home, but I’m out here/I put that bug in her ear/I gotta see a mil one year.”
Download Capone’s “Separate Myself” mixtape below.