By: Shamus Hill
Boston's Wave Capone debuts his emotionally-driven Capone (Deluxe) – an album that largely centers itself around the rapper's experiences with respect to street life, the loss of loved ones, and the struggle to survive when the odds are stacked against you. Helping to cement this project's arrival, Wave also unleashed the official music video for "Could've Been Me", providing a strong force of energy around the recent additions to his catalog of music.
Gifting fans with an additional five new tracks on this updated version of his Capone album, Wave Capone is quick to follow up on the original project's March release. The date he selected is no coincidence however, as Wave decided to drop in commemoration of the two year anniversary of the passing of Boston Model/DJ Corey "Flee" Thompson. A truly powerful loss to the city of Boston, Corey was an individual who inspired many hear to seek their fullest potential, all the while acting as an incredible friend and person throughout the process.
Wave Capone has been doing a great job with respect to carrying his legacy, and as he continues to work in the studio, his discography really benefits greatly. His visual for "New Strand of the Opps" was very well received earlier this year, and now that this Boston artist is continuing to flood the street with new offerings, he's quickly becoming a popular name amongst fans of local music.
Watch the official music video for "Could've Been Me" below: