Fahd Azam, better known by his stage name Mr. Capone-E, is an American rapper.

Azam grew up in the San Gabriel Valley. A former gang member, Azam was released from prison in 1998 and decided to become a rapper. As Mr. Capone-E, Azam established his own record label, Hi-Power Entertainment. and later signed to Thump Records, where he released his later works including his 2003 album Dedicated 2 the Oldies in which he interpolated songs like "Angel Baby" by Rosie & the Originals. Mr. Capone-E's first album to chart on the American Billboard charts was A Soldier's Story from 2006, which reached #30 on the Top Heatseekers chart. Mr. Capone-E has described his music as "Sureño hip hop".

Mr. Capone-E was involved in a rap feud with Capone concerning their similar names and connection to the same record label.

In 2006, Capone-E collaborated with Twista for the single "Don't Get It Twisted". The song charted at #40 on the Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 chart.

Under pressure from Mayor Ed Clark and Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck, King Productions canceled a concert of Mr. Capone-E in Greeley, Colorado in January 2008. The government officials were concerned that Capone-E's music would glorify gangs.