Caleborate Looks Up to His Pops for New Single “Bankrobber”
After releasing the video for "Soul" last week, Caleborate drops his latest single "Bankrobber" from his upcoming album, Real Person. The Drew Banga and Chose1-produced record finds Cal rapping about his father.
"'The 'Bankrobber' thing is mainly talking about my pops and how he never really worked for nobody," Caleborate explains. "He worked for himself. He always started his own business, owning his own place. He made people pay him. He was damn near robbing banks."
Cal previously released loosies such as "Make Me & Take Me" and “Produced by J. Cole” earlier this summer. Real Person drops Oct. 6 via TBKTR and features production from Ian McKee, Lege Kale, Chonchies, Drew Banga, and Willem Ardui. The forthcoming LP follows up Caleborate’s fantastic 1993 project that dropped last year.
Bump "Bankrobber" below.
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