When No Cap has something to say, everyone listens. His quick-witted wordplay keeps fans on the edge of their seats, eager to see where he’ll take the next unexpected synapse. Some punchlines are playful (“Should've been a doctor, nothin' that I do little”) while others draw attention to a deeper motif (“Sippin' out the bottle, tryna dodge the can”).
NoCap is a 23-year-old rapper from Mobile, Alabama. He began his career in music in 2017 when he released his first mixtape, Believe It. He followed up with Neighborhood Hero in 2018, and The Backend Child in 2019. He has collaborated with artists like Rylo Rodriguez, Lil Baby, OMB Peezy, and Quando Rondo.
The rapper has a net worth of more than $1 million. He earns his wealth from various sources, including album sales, royalties, and live performances. He has also made a lot of money from endorsements and sponsorships.
NoCap grew up in Mobile, Alabama with his mother, older brother Backend Foreign (who also raps), and an unnamed sister. He started rapping at around 8 or 9 years old, under the guidance of his mother’s boyfriend at the time. He stopped rapping for a while but picked up the art form again once his brother started up again around 2017.
Since then, NoCap has built what every artist dreams of: a cult following. NoCap’s lyrics detail stories of pain, ambition, excess, and internal battles locked in a stalemate — his fans sing along as if they were their own.