Capo Corleone - Don’t Play - Stereo Stickman

Capo Corleone Don’t Play


Driving with a stylish fusion of mildly distorted, soulful electric guitar, and a heavy, anthemic hip hop chorus, Capo Corleone’s Don’t Play is the alternative and passionate hit that indie hip hop deserves.

Blending just enough moments of melody with a choir of vocals, throwing in a hint of Americana amidst a classic rap rhythm and confidence, the single offers a likeable alternative to the repeated loops and synth-pop that back up much of contemporary hip hop.

Featuring more than a few moments of change, multiple vocals and re-directions, always resolving with that satisfying drop to the hook, this track works brilliantly as a hit of energy and creative swagger. It brings together the unity and optimism of hip hop with a notably self-aware musicality that’s likely to appeal to a much broader, unsuspecting audience. Nicely done.

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Rebecca Cullen

Founder & Editor

Founder, Editor, Musician & MA Songwriter

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