Born Capucine Cantrell to the parents Alma and Dorsey Cantrell, she was number six of eleven siblings. At six months old her father named her Coppe, because her hair looked like a brand new shiny copper penny. She attended John Muir High School, in Pasadena, CA. Capucine later went on to college and completed all but four classes, when she became pregnant with her first child. She tried to finish while taking her son Niamyja to school with her, but it became very tidious and she made the choice of raising her son her top priority. Later she met her husband to be Johnny Jackson, known by many as Johnny "J" in the music entertainment industry. Smitten by Jackson, and after just six months of courtship the two were married.
They developed a loving and business relationship as they formed KLOCK WORK Entertainment Corp. Johnny "J" produced artist such as 2Pac and various others. Capucine stayed behind the scenes most times, keeping their company going. She had a few small parts on records for 2Pac, Coolio (Gangsta Paradise), and she toured as a dancer, and road manager for Johnny's solo debut "I Gotta Be Me". She also was the leading lady in is music video "Get Away From Me". After 17 years of marriage to the legendary producer Johnny "J", on October 3, 2008, her world came crashing down. While in jail for a six month sentence stemming from DUI charges., Johnny never made it home.
Capucine was devastated by her husband's sudden death, and it took everything within her to hold it together. Ironically during her husband jail sentencing, Capucine went back to school to finish those classes that she didn't finish. It was there that after her husband passed one of her college professors re-introduced the bible to her. Through constant prayer, reading the bible, and her now strong belief in God, and Jesus Christ. Capucine was able to get her life back together. On July 1, 2009, God woke her up at 3am out of a sound sleep and gave her the gift of song. Capucine started singing words of praise. Before she realized what was happening, the Spirit had given her words upon words. She had written a few songs within 3 hours. In the midst of all of her many trials and tribulations, the Lord has always had another plan for Capucine. He saw her heart and passion for music, and blessed her with the gift to sing, when she could not. Going by the name Coppe Cantrell, she can now say this is a new beginning of ministry, in the form of a Gospel recording artist. Her debut album titled "God's Project" (Book I), attributed to God's work on her life.
The first single off this release is titled "Holy Groove", which will surely have fans doing just that. Her testimony is a true testament to God's promise to all of us.