The documentary and accompanying album capture Caper’s long and difficult journey breaking into the music industry.
South Australia-based rapper and producer Caper has unleashed his fourth album, Walking, via his record label Lion Heart Nation.
Having quit his job when COVID-19 hit in 2020 to focus on making music, CAPER has released four records over the past year.
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His latest release, Walking, captures his journey across both his personal life and his music career, as well as seeing the rapper step outside his comfort zone sonically.
The LP comes hand-in-hand with an autobiographical documentary of the same name which gives further insight into his story and creative process.
Twenty years into his career, Caper is finally seeing the fruits of his labour.
A decade on from having his track ‘How Would You Like To Be Me’ rejected by triple j, the song now features in Netflix film A Second Chance: Rivals! as well as receiving airplay on national TV and radio.
Documenting the long and difficult journey to break into the music industry, Walking is a testament to CAPER’s perseverance and faith.
Listen to Walking below.
Walking is out now. For more from Caper, check out his Spotify.