Christmas proved to be a special day of music for fans of the Chicago Hip Hop scene. Fans were gifted with L’A Capone’s posthumous record “Brothers” featuring Lil Durk and RondoNumbaNine.
Capone, born Leonard Anderson, recorded the song shortly before his demise. He was murdered upon leaving a recording studio on Sept. 26. He was 17.
The “Brothers” clearly showed out for this track.
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.”
Rondo follows Capone, rapping, “We all some hitters, I’m in the at glory lane just tryna get richer/I’m in that glory lane, loud in my system/Man, they took my bro L’A, I can’t even picture/they took a f****n savage, man bro was a (?)/Me and bro was going crazy, now s**t done got real.”
Durk finished the track, rapping, “I lost my brother, so I keep my heat/made me turn up when I see the opps tweet/L’A my bro, Rob, Odee, Lil Moe/All these h--- gon go/When I claim my gang, N----- never snatched my chain.”
Producer Ricco On Tha Beat was the driving force behind the track’s production.
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