Caleborate is back with new music. The rapper releases his new single "Produced by J. Cole," where he rhymes about his long journey to where he is currently while also name-dropping a ton of today's rap stars. The production is looped with pieces of music from the score of Cole's last HBO documentary 4 Your Eyez Only, A Dreamville Film.

"Got me ready to make my own Carter 3/See this shit is a part of me/So pardon me/I had to part my opposition/Had to get my own pot to piss in," Caleb raps.

The rising MC out of Berkeley, Calif. caught people’s attention in 2015, with his album Hella Good. But the hype began to bubble in 2016, after Caleb released his stellar 1993 LP and his “Options” single, which has over 1 million plays on Spotify. Caleborate is gearing up to release a few projects in the future. We spoke to him him for The Break about his goals in music.

“I want to be hella successful and famous and make money but I don’t know," he said. "Before all of that it would be to actually reach people and make people feel. When you play a good song, you’ll feel it. You don’t even have to listen to it you just feel it. I just want to make music that makes people feel something, even if the song is like eight words.”

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