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Published on May 17, 2012

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Behind the scenes of Mr. Capone-E's Hydraulics video shoot featuring Mann and Baby Bash

Mr. Capone-E is an American rapper.
A former gang member, Mr. Capone-E was released from prison in 1998 and decided to become a rapper. Mr. Capone- E established his own record label, Hi-Power Entertainment. and later signed to Thump Records, where he released his later works including his 2003 album Dedicated 2 the Oldies in which he interpolated songs like "Angel Baby" by Rosie & the Originals. Mr. Capone-E's first album to chart on the American Billboard charts was A Soldier's Story from 2006, which reached #30 on the Top Heatseekers chart. Mr. Capone-E has described his music as "Sureño hip hop

Ronnie Ray Bryant (born October 18, 1975), better known by his stage name Baby Bash (formerly Baby Beesh), is a Mexican-American rapper. From 1995 to 1998, he performed under the stage name Baby Beesh, as part of the Vallejo, California group Potna Duece, after which he changed the last part of the name to Bash. His first album was On Tha Cool, with one of his greatest hits, "Vamanos"... His next album The Smokin' Nephew which included the singles "Suga Suga" and "Shorty Doowop". In 2005, Super Saucy was released, its lead single being "Baby I'm Back", a collaboration with singer Akon. Cyclone followed in 2007, with its title single featuring T-Pain and its follow-up, "What Is It" featuring Sean Kingston, landing on the Billboard charts as well.
He has frequently contributed to other performers' works, including a spot in the song "Obsession (No Es Amor)" by 3rd Wish released in Europe and later a U.S release with a copy / re- recording of the European version, performed by Frankie J in 2005 and "Doing Too Much" by Paula DeAnda in 2006.
He has collaborated with numerous other artists during his career, such as West Coast rappers B-Legit, C-Bo, Coolio- Da'unda'dogg, E-40[4] and Mac Dre, R&B singers like Akon, Avant, Natalie, Mario, and Nate Dogg, and other Latino rappers such as Fat Joe, Nino Brown, Doll-E Girl, Frost, and Pitbull. He continues to write lyrics for singers such as Paula DeAnda, Jennifer Hudson and Frankie J

After Mann recorded "Jerkin'" the song was eventually showed to Steve Lobel. Steve Lobel, at the time part of Sean Kingston's management team, showed it to Sean's producer J. R. Rotem. J. R. was inspired by the song and proceeded to remake the track for Mann in his studio, Beluga Heights.
"Jerkin'" was met with positive criticism but JR had another song that he had made with Sean Kingston called "Ghetto Girl" and he asked Mann to take the track. "I didn't know what was going on," said Mann. "All I knew was that these men got my music and were making moves, so I said im'ma just roll with it". With the song finished Beluga Heights presented Mann to Epic and he was signed within 2 months to a singles deal. Eventually, Mann left Epic, but he continued creating music. Mann then signed to Island Def Jam/Mercury Records and created his debut album Mann's World which was released in July, 22, 2011 in the UK and later in Japan. Of the album, Mann states "this album is going to be a mixture between Chronic 2001 and Graduation, I want nothing less than perfection".
Mann's breakout US single "Buzzin'" is based on producer J.R. Rotem's chopped 'n' screwed sample of the 1986 Nu Shooz transatlantic pop/soul smash "I Can't Wait"[1] and Ohio Players 1973 single Funky Worm. Rapper 50 Cent is also on the official remix of the track. Within one week the remix video garnered over 3.5 million views. The song climbed into the Top 20 on Rhythmic stations across the nation and Top 10 in Los Angeles, Miami, Phoenix, Denver and more. Mann helped Iyaz perform his new song 'Pretty Girls' on October 9, on an episode of So Random. Mann recently featured with Big Time Rush for their new song "Music Sounds Better With U", and appears in the song's official music video.
On Mann's interview with Vevo, he stated that his song "Text", was based after a movie called "How to be a Player"
He was nomited for the XXL 2012 Freshman class


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