In 2010, Caper’s life story was captured in the award winning documentary ‘Chasing SHADOWS’ (airing Australia wide on ABC 1 Art Scape) gaining him exposure to a national TV audience. Caper made national & international headlines in June 2011 when his anti-racist video ‘How Would You Like To Be Me’ was banned from Facebook after one complaint labelled it ‘too offensive’. The video is now used by many facilitators in Cultural Awareness training and is a study tool in Universities in SA. In 2012 Caper was nominated for his first Deadly Award for ‘Most Promising Talent In Music’. At Brisbane’s 2013 first national ‘Stylin Up Competition’ Caper won and took out the ‘Best New Artist’. August 2013 Caper will be making his live debut TV performance on the ‘Marngrook Footy Show’. Caper’s stirring messages and catchy tunes are reaching international audiences through his debut EP ‘Believe’ and his 2013 release of his ‘Deep Thought EP’, that is gaining popularity on online radio, TV networks and music sites.
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