Papi Da Connect is Using Music to Bridge the Gap Between the Life He Has and the Life He Deserves.

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Adverse conditions can be a hurdle to success for many people and kindling for others. Papi Da Connect, also known as Capi Cu, has overcome more adversity than people see in a lifetime. His brief time on the streets of Brooklyn, New York, only added to his grief. Over the years, he’s made his fair share of mistakes while…

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