CALEBORATE IS A “BANKROBBER” ON SECOND ‘REAL PERSON’ SINGLE

CALEBORATE IS A “BANKROBBER” ON SECOND ‘REAL PERSON’ SINGLE

CALEBORATE IS A “BANKROBBER” ON SECOND ‘REAL PERSON’ SINGLE

CALEBORATE IS A “BANKROBBER” ON SECOND ‘REAL PERSON’ SINGLE

One of the more wonderful amazements to originate from the West Coast as of late is Bay Area local Caleborate. With his aspiring new venture, Real Person, set to discharge on October sixth, he follows up the principal single “Soul” with “Bankrobber.”

Created by Drew Banga and Chose1, the tune isn’t what really matters to many think it. “My daddy was a bank robber,” Cale starts, before completing with “showed me how to get cash.” The tune is then filled will personal and fair verses. Like Blu and Exile before him, Caleborate is promising a collection loaded with intelligent and relatable verses upheld by profoundly lifting beats. Also, similar to Blue and Exile before him, the Fiber House is here for it.

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