Caleb Brown, a 18-year-old rapper from Baton Rouge, La., is starting to come into his own. The Rostrum Records signee is back with a new visual for “Ghetto Religion," from his recent project, All Dawgs Go to Heaven 2.

The visual for “Ghetto Religion" finds Caleb rapping in the streets of his neighborhood. The cinematography is pretty excellent, using different colors and angles to bring Caleb's lyrics to life. The video was directed by Evan Kidd.

“It was cool to connect with Evan Kidd again and film the video for ‘Ghetto Religion,’ the whole crew really enjoyed shooting in Baton Rouge so I know our energy will come through in the video,” Caleb said through email.

Brown is one of the hottest artists out of the B.R. right now. He started rapping in 2014 with his Fear and Empathy mixtapes. Two years later, Caleb released the All Dawgs Go to Heaven EP, which was dedicated to his friends Matthew Crutchfield, Ortez Williams Jr. and Jauan Saxton. Last month, he dropped All Dawgs Go to Heaven 2, featuring guest appearances from Sonyae Elise, Joi, Blaze Jose and more.

“I’ve been working on this project for a while now and I’m excited to share it with the world,” said Brown. “There are featured guests that add some soulful sounds and talented producers that crafted powerful beats. The whole project should give new and old fans the chance to learn more about my life growing up in Baton Rouge.”

Peep the video and Caleb's tour dates below.

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June 28 — Ottawa, ON — The Bourbon Room
June 29 — Easton, Pa, — One Centre Square
July 1 — Cambridge, Mass. — Sonia’s
July 2 — Baltimore, Md. — Baltimore Soundstage
July 3 — Rochester, N.Y. — California Brew Haus
July 6 — Louisville, Ky. — Trixie’s Entertainment Complex
July 7 — Lansing, Mich. — The Loft
July 8 — Chicago, Ill. — Star Bar
July 9 — Minneapolis, Minn. — The Pourhouse
July 10 — Madison, Wisc. — The Frequency
July 11 — Sauget, Ill. — Pop’s Concert Venue
July 12 —Indianapolis, Ind. — Emerson Theater
July 147 — Denver, Colo. — Roxy Theater
July 15 — Colorado Springs, Colo. — The Black Sheep
July 16 — Fort Collins, Colo. — Hodi’s Half Note
July 17 — Grand Junction, Colo. — Mesa Theater
July 19 — Kalispell, Mont. — Eagles
July 20 — Bozeman, Mont. — Eagles
July 21 — Spokane, Wash. — Emperor Room
July 22 — Salem, Ore. — Shotski’s
July 25 — Seattle, Wash. — Nectar Lounge
July 26 — Eugene, Ore. — Whirled Pies
July 28 — Reno, Nev. — Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor
July 31 — Tucson, Ariz. — Monarch
Aug. 2 — Gallup, N.M. — Juggernaut Music
Aug. 4 — Tulsa, Okla. — Shrine
Aug. 5 — Oklahoma City, Okla. — OKC Farmers Market
Aug. 8 — Dallas, Texas — The Green Elephant

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