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Capital Punishment Organization

Capital Punishment Organization, most commonly referred to as CPO, was a gangster rap group which consisted of rapper Lil' Nation (Vince Edwards), DJ Train (Clarence Lars) and producer Young D. They released a single album in 1990, titled To Hell and Black, which included production from MC Ren of N.W.A. and was distributed by Capitol Records. To Hell and Black peaked at 33 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Billboard charts.

DJ Train, who had worked with artists such as MC Ren and J. J. Fad, died of smoke inhalation in a house fire on June 25, 1994. DJ Train was most well known as J ...read more

Capital Punishment Organization, most commonly referred to as CPO, was a gangster rap group which consisted of rapper Lil' Nation (Vince Edwards), DJ Train (Clarence Lars) and producer Young D. They released a single album in 1990, titled To Hell and Black, which included production from MC Ren of N.W.A. and was distributed by Capitol Records. To Hell and Black peaked at 33 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Billboard charts.

DJ Train, who had worked with artists such as MC Ren and J. J. Fad, died of smoke inhalation in a house fire on June 25, 1994. DJ Train was most well known as J.J. Fad's DJ and appeared on their debut album "Supersonic" and sophomore release "Not Just a Fad".

Lil Nation has since began identifying himself as (Tha) Boss Hogg, or "CPO" in the singular form. CPO/Boss Hogg continues to make various rap appearances. « hide


To Hell and Black
1990

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