Summarycap D, one half of the legendary hip-hop group All Natural, is back with vengeance on his fourth solo album, PolyMath. Backed by the production of No I.D. and IllMind, and teaming up with world renowned MCs Brother Ali (Rhymesayers) and Q.B.'s finest, Tragedy Khadafi, cap steps it up several notches with a blogfriendly album that bangs from beginning to end. Always known for his literary wordplay and political outlook, PolyMath features cap D going in hard on songs such as King of the Mountain (with Brother Ali) and Addiction. In addition, he shows ridiculous range in terms of subject matter and style over the live guitar licks of the album's final song, Live My Life. In between, cap answers all comers and all questions on the song Who, What, Where, When, Why, How and throughout PolyMath.
A high-powered attorney at a major law firm by day (where he represents sports teams such as the Chicago Bulls, Chicago White Sox and Oakland A's) and the proud father of two by night, cap D lives up to the PolyMath moniker, and practices the work ethic that others in the game only preach. cap is the unsung personification of the hustle, dedication and drive for greatness that permeates the hip-hop mantra. For those who are looking for a hip-hop head who thinks and lives outside the box...there is cap D. For those looking for a true role model in the music game...there is cap D. And for those looking for a non-stop array of heavy beats and rhymes on par with anything released in the last several years...there is PolyMath.