Rising Bay Area rapper Caleborate continues to impress with his latest cut “Options”, featuring New Orleans artist Pell and Miami’s favorite wordsmith Sylvan LaCue. All three guys bring refreshing energy to the soulful mid-tempo track which serves as an anthem for artists alike who’ve surfaced from the underground. “Options” pushes forward as one of our favorite collaborations this year, appealing to a new generation of rap fans that are looking to connect with artists that they’d probably be friends with in real life. Between Caleborate’s heightened versatility, Pell’s killer hook, and LaCue’s transitional cadence, you have a few options to choose from when considering your favorite part in this song.
In a recent press release, the emcee credits his mother for helping him keep his eye on the prize: “Whenever I have a setback, my mom motivates me to keep going,” explains Caleborate. “I do everything I do for my mom. She’s done hella shit for me, when I left when I was 17 and my dad left and went to ATL – I’ve only seen him twice since then. My mom’s been both parents. She supported me through school as much as she could, she’s Superwoman.”
Enjoy the CAL-A produced track below and prepare for Caleborate’s album 1993 to arrive sooner than later.