After releasing his successful Real Person album last year, Caleborate delivers another music video off of the project for his "Bankrobber" cut. The new clip from the 24-year-old rapper features him playing different roles and personalities of himself as the scenes play out.

Portraying a getaway driver, a passenger throwing up stacks of money, as well as little kid at some point, the Berkeley MC taps into his creative element. The new video is directed by Calmatic and produced by APLUS FILMZ, and gives fans a glimpse of what fans can expect from Caleborate as the year rolls out.

At the moment, the musical talent is currently on the road for his tour, which is slated to wrap up on March 31 in Philadelphia, Pa. He's made a lot of noise since the release of his album, along with the remix to his "Soul" single that features Big K.R.I.T.

Previously, Caleborate also garnered a lot of buzz following his 1993 album in 2016, which contains guests such as Sylvan LaCue and Pell and production from P-Lo, Mikos Da Gawd, HBK's Kuya Beats, Cal-A and Julia Lewis.

Watch the music video for Caleborate's "Bankrobber" record below to see him portray different characters.

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