Kapoo modestly underplays his own significant contribution to Hip-hop culture and music. He's played some of the top venues in the world, including Glastonbury, and has recorded or appeared with major artists. Creative and studious, as a youngster Kapoo embraced education, achieving good grades in his studies, something he encourages in his own children. That's been another important factor behind his involvement in Edek.
"You know, I think it's crucial that we teach kids the big issues in life, but in a way they can get into and appreciate. Times change, so do tastes in the music we listen to and the way we absorb knowledge. To me, Janine is like a rock star - she has the power to inspire and move audiences much the same way as a musical artist. That's powerful. When we met, we chatted about Martin Luther King and Anita Davis. You know, Janine taught me stuff about the Civil Rights movement that I didn't even know. When I think about what she has been through in her life, and I see the shining light in her eyes, I am uplifted. That, my friends, is Soul..."
Kapoo is currently writing and recording his new project 'Cooperville', working alongside the Musical Director and Producer of the Edek soundtrack, Kevin Pollard.