Caleb Brown Throws a Kickback in New “Hangin'” Video
Caleb Brown is back with a new visual, and while this one starts off fairly tame, it ends in a tragedy that feels like an unfortunately literal interpretation of the song it was created for.
The Juwan Lee visual for Caleb Brown's "Hangin'" chronicles the story of a kickback at what's presumably his own crib. Everything's going well, but the atmosphere becomes a more gradual one as time passes. We'll let you see how things unfold for yourself.
The track itself is a casually aggressive one that could be played in a lot of settings. Threats and nods to flexing conventions and turn up anthems can be found throughout. "We came up on Cash Money, UGK and Death Row/All the folks be pouring lean, smoking weed and clutching fours," he raps on the song.
The track/video is the second installment of Brown's Social Experiment by Caleb Brown project, which started off with his IDK-assisted track, "Bleublk." That one also slaps.
Peep the visual for "Hangin" below. Read about Brown's come up in XXL's The Break when you're done with that.
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