Caspar Grant has finally dropped his long-awaited debut album, “Capricornucopia,” after years of honing his craft on stage, in ciphers, and at the studio. The album’s title is a reference to the cold month in which Caspar was born and the colorful landscape that furnishes his psyche.
“Capricornucopia” takes the listener on an introspective tour of Caspar’s darkest secrets and vividest dreams. From discussing battling panic attacks to solving hallucinatory puzzles or educating today’s youth, Caspar’s versatile flow sits effortlessly on crunching jazz drums, bass-heavy floor movers, or psychedelic soundscapes.
Apart from producing half the record himself, “Capricornucopia” features collaborations with beat smiths like Pie Eye Collective, Zatoichi’s Ears, Able8, Kinlaw, Deadroom, and Dusty Ohms. Additionally, long-time partner in rhyme Zaeb Dust, North London soul aficionado Ty Lowe, and Myka 9 of the legendary Freestyle Fellowship share mic duties with Caspar.
Overall, “Capricornucopia” is an excellent debut album that showcases Caspar Grant’s growth and skill in the music industry. The album is a must-listen for anyone looking for an introspective and colorful tour of an artist’s psyche.
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