2015-11-13T10:44:27-05:00 2015-11-13T09:26:36-05:00

Caleborate and G-Eazy "Want It All," won't stop till they get it

There is a new burgeoning rap phenomenon disrupting the Bay Area hip hop scene. His name? Caleborate. And his music is a must-peep; both for its silky smooth sound and authentically crafted messages. Indeed there are few emcees as genuine as Caleborate; even his on-stage moniker derives from his government name, Caleb. And fortunately the talented spitter from Berkeley, CA injected this transparency into his latest single "Want It All," which features fellow East Bay rapper and Billboard chart-topper G-Eazy. The result is an infectious banger that's garnered almost 700-thousand plays on SoundCloud. 

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Producer Cal-A also kills it on this joint, piecing together some trippy keys and strings that create a distinctive soundscape. Both rhymers inhabit this space perfectly with an unorthodox but invigorating hook and some endearing shout-outs to their respective supporters.

Check out Caleborate's recent album Hella Good for more shmackin' West Coast slappy juice.

Hip-Hop · Rap


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