Calboy is working his way towards releasing a deluxe edition of his recent project, Long Live the Kings. The rising rapper recently dropped off the first look at the renewed project, with the King Von-featured "Brand New," and today he's back again with another fellow up-and-comer, in Fivio Foreign.
Where "Brand New" found the two artists meeting in Calboy's melodic world, for his collab with Fivio, Cal actually heads more into Fivio's soundscape. The beat begins with that familiar booming drill sound that's becoming increasingly trademark for New York rappers thanks to artists like Pop Smoke, 22gz, of course Fivio, and others. JD on the Track is behind the boards for this one though, a frequent collaborator to many an NYC rapper, including Lil Tjay's "Zoo York" which also features Fivio.
How does Calboy handle the drill-inspired production though? The new record comes complete with a music video you can check out the same time.
Let us know what you think and stay tuned for updates on the deluxe edition of Long Live the Kings, currently we do not have a release date.
They say they looking to line me
But they know exactly where to find me
They never come try me
They call me drunk poppy I can move dumb rocky
And you can’t stop me
We make the situation oppy
I got the money it’s making me cocky
They see the moves and copy
- Fivio Foreign