K. Caprice Arradondo
K. Caprice Arradondo, is a short story teller, poet, lyricist and father who was born in Edina, Minnesota in 1988. He is also a certified tattoo artist in Minneapolis, Minnesota. K. caprice purchased his first tattoo gun as a teenager, and has been writing, and tattooing ever since.
K. Caprice wrote rap lyrics, poetry and begin drawing in High school. He got his inspiration to write and rap lyrics from his aunt Tina Arradondo, and poetry from his life experiences. As he grew up he loved to draw, write poetry and lyrics. From there he put his drawing and writing skills in motion and began to seriously focus his energy on drawing, tattooing, and writing poetry full-time. He also went on to record lyrics in the studio, and showcase his poetry on stage at the Capri theater in North Minneapolis, alongside his cousin Chance Arradondo. In 2009, at the age of twenty-one K. Caprice Arradondo co-authored, Writer’s Block Poetry and Food for Thought with his aunt Carlotta Arradondo and his cousin Chance Arradondo. In Writer’s Block Poetry and Food for Thought, he covers a variety of topics ranging from the hardships of losing his father at a very young age, to the struggles of becoming a successful young black man in America, and the importance of never giving up no matter what obstacles come your way. He is currently  in the process of opening BTTB Tattoo Studio in South Minneapolis, and working on his solo writing project, a book of short stories.