CPO, Boss Hogg, or Lil Nation was a rapper signed to Ruthless Records as Lil Nation. He was the vocalist in the rap group Capital Punishment Organization or C.P.O. Capital Punishment Organization's only released album was titled To Hell and Black and was released in 1990. It was produced by and featured MC Ren (of N.W.A) and Young D. He appeared on the song "Findum, Fuckum and Flee" with N.W.A, from their 1991 album Niggaz4Life. He later appeared as C.P.O. Boss Hogg on the soundtracks to Above the Rim and Murder Was the Case, 2Pac's All Eyez on Me, RBX's The Shining, and Tha Eastsidaz self-titled album, among others. In 2010 he suffered from congestive heart failure' but recovered and as of June 2013 he is working on a new album.
- "Gangster Rap: Life and Music in the Combat Zone", The New York Times. October 7, 1990.
- To Hell and Black (1990) track list
- "CPO Boss Hogg Addresses 2010 "Heart Attack," Working With Death Row Engineers". June 04, 2013
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