The eleven year old son of rapper Consequence makes waves in the music industry with his infectious single that is steadily growing. At just 11 years old, Caiden The Crownholder has already been rapping for eight years and producing his own beats and music to the delight of his growing fanbase. With his father, rapper Consequence, at his side, the elementary school prodigy has released his first official solo video for the single, FVC (Fact Versus Cap) from his highly anticipated album that is in the works. FVC was produced solely by the kid phenom and show- cases his impeccable rapping abilities and topnotch production skills that effortlessly separates him from his musical peers. Directed by CPD Films and Ronnie Love Entertainment, the single makes its debut via 192 Records and is mixed by 43 times platinum, 7 times Grammy nominated mix and mastering engineer/producer, Richard Keller. The result is a two minute introduction to the newest kid on the rap scene, breaking through with over 75,000 video views on YouTube within the first 72 hours of its release. The video debuted on BET.com’s New Music Monday, and was also featured on HipHopDX, AllHipHop, and Sirius XM’s Hip Hop Nation to name a select few.
“Music has been my passion for as long as I can remem- ber so, repping Staten Island and showing that a kid my age can make an impact, is probably my biggest goal,” says Caiden. This summer is mine. Watch me prove to everyone why they call me The Crownholder.”
This sentiment is echoed by his father, rapper and 192 Records CEO Consequence, “Caiden is a force to be reckoned with. He’s been rapping since the age of three and now that he’s producing his own records, it’s only a matter of time before everyone realizes that this kid from S.l. is a complete powerhouse.” The single is available to download and stream on all platforms.
Caiden has been featured on Morning Pix News after his first huge performance in Brooklyn as opening act for “On My Way Tour” with “That girl LAY LAY” he was such a dynamite that his energy had all the children out of their seats.