Chino Cappin’ Delivers Smooth 2021 Debut with “Fake Love”

Joe DelloStritto

Chino Cappin’ takes us back to early soulful 2000s R&B in his latest release, “Fake Love.” The rapper, songwriter, and singer slows it down in this release, talking about how it’s hard to find, let alone maintain, real love.

While Chino’s 2020 album Things Done Changed (Deluxe) features more melodic rap, the Georgia native chooses to flex his vocals in his 2021 debut, with unhurried flows and emotionally-packed melodies. Chino sings,

"You said you done, what you calling for?

Don’t play with my mind, you said you hate it I’m leaving this life (yeah, yeah)

Too many times I've seen it all before

Wake up then make up, feels like its fake love."

At one point or another, we all get caught up in fake love. Chino Cappin’ decides he’s done playing games, delivering a catchy, wavy, and all-together smooth track explaining exactly this to his girl. Released under Alamo Records, home to artists such as Lil Durk, Rod Wave, and Blackbear, Chino Cappin’ is in position to take off in 2021. The versatile lyricist and vocalist approaches his music without a single genre, and his skillset offers something for everyone. Let's just say this: if Chino told you “Fake Love” is one of his best tracks to date, he isn’t Cappin’.

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