Stream Pro Era Rapper Nyck Caution’s Debut Album Disguise The Limit

The Knicks won the night he announced it, so you know it’s got to be good.

February 29, 2016

As announced from court side at the Knicks game at Madison Square Garden on Friday night (see above), Pro Era rapper Nyck Caution's debut album Disguise The Limit is out today via Cinematic. And, as Caution pointed out to The FADER this afternoon, "[the Knicks] actually won too, which has to mean something great because that's a rare thing nowadays."

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The project's credits feature a host of familiar names, like Joey Bada$$, Kirk Knight, and Metro Boomin, and in its DNA is the spirit of Caution's father and the late Capital STEEZ.

"This project has been my life for about two years and now I'm finally done and ready to release it to the world," Caution wrote in an email to The FADER. "I dedicate it to my mentor Capital STEEZ for putting me on to another side of music and pushing the Pro Era to what it is today, and I dedicate it to my father for being that motivation and love I needed to keep pushing with my life. I love both of you and I will try my best to make you guys proud."

Stream Disguise The Limit below.

Stream Pro Era Rapper Nyck Caution’s Debut Album Disguise The Limit