Getting his start in Frederickburg, VA, Cane, commonly known as the Don Draper of rap, has built serious momentum over the past few years. After his fans turned out in support of his race to open for DC’s ill-fated Rock the Bells, those in the industry began to take notice. Cane appeared on MTV’s RapFix Live as a part of their Get in the Game segment. With Joey Bada$$, Pro Era, and Sway in the studio, he received enormous praise for his visual "Grassroots Tangent" During his appearance, Cane caught the ear of Statik Selektah, which led to multiple collaborations, including a spot on Statik’s latest album “Lucky 7,” where Cane was alongside the legendary Talib Kweli & Pro Era standout CJ Fly. Keeping up with the buzz, Cane dropped “Lou Cane”, a joint project w/ long time collaborator Lou Burna.
Cane has made numerous appearances on SIRIUS XM Shade 45, as well as performing with artists such as Earl Sweatshirt, Rapsody, and headlining at DC’s historic Howard Theatre in 2015. Cane has performed shows at SXSW, and NY hotspots Webster Hall and SOBs. Gaining the attention of coveted sites such as XXL, The Source, 2DBZ, and more Cane has become a prominent fixture in DMV rap.