Darryl Hill (born September 18, 1969) best known by his stage name
Cappadonna, is an American rapper affiliated with the Wu-Tang Clan.
He is also a member of rap duo Wu South, along with Ratchet Rush
According to U-God, before the Wu-Tang days, he was a beatbox for
Cappadonna before getting into rap.
He made his debut on the songs "Ice Cream" & "Ice
Water" on Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx. In late 1996, he
appeared on the track "Winter Warz" for the soundtrack
to Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in
the Hood alongside Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa, U-God, and Raekwon,
and made several prominent appearances on the group's second album
Wu-Tang Forever in 1997, most notably on the stand-out lead single "Triumph".
In 1998 he released his debut "The Pillage" on Razor Sharp
Records and featured production done by RZA, True Master & Goldfingaz
and also featured guest appearances by Wu-Tang Members: U-God, Method
Man, Ghostface Killah & Wu-Tang affiliate Blue Raspberry.
Afterwards, Cappadonna says "he intentionally gave up what
material possessions he had amassed and walked the streets of Baltimore
for 8 months, before returning to the rap game". He returned
to the music industry shortly after, releasing 2003's The Struggle
album. This album featured some Wu-Tang Clan members, and was released
on Wu affiliate Remedy's record label.
Album Name Release Date
The Pillage March 24, 1998
The Yin and the Yang April 3, 2001
The Struggle October 7, 2003
The Cappatilize Project July 22, 2008
Slang Prostitution January 27, 2009
 Collaboration Albums
718 (with Theodore Unit)
 Singles and EPs
1996 Don't Be a Menace soundtrack - track "Winter Warz"
1998 "Slang Editorial"
1999 "Black Boy"
2001 "Super Model"
2007 "Don't Turn Around"
2009 "Somebody's Got To Go"
 Collaborations and Features
Cappadonna collaborated with Toronto rap artists Tef & Don
on the track "MI Familia" at Fatlabs studio, with Canadian
producer Vikas Kohli.