Anyone who has seen a live performance from Capleton can testify to not only the breathtaking fury of his stage show, but the genuine love and reverence showered on him by the reggae faithful everywhere. Capleton is arguably, the best-loved dancehall artist of his time. Throughout of decade-spanning career that has seen him transform from the foul-mouthed king of "slackness" to the first dancehall artist to embrace Rastafarianism, Capleton has maintained a firm grip on both the top of the reggae charts and the hearts of the people. From early Jamaican releases, to a two-album stint with Def Jam that gained him favor with the hip-hop nation, to 2000's crowning VP Records release More Fire & 2002's Grammy nominated, Still Blazin. Capleton has changed with the defined dancehall culture, elevating him beyond the status of mere entertainer. Capleton has become dancehall's ambassador, preacher, politician, legend and icon. A true reggae "prophet" To celebrate the release of his most recent CD, "Still Blazin", Capleton treated thousands of Fans crammed into Brooklyn's Prospect Park Bandshell to one of his critically acclaimed performances. Like the fury of a fire breathing dragon. Capleton scorched the airwaves with his razor sharp delivery.