G-Eazy has supported Caleborate on social media for awhile, and now he's dropped off a verse on the young Bay rapper's new single, "Want It All," which could prove to be Caleborate's breakout hit. It's immediately clear as to why Eazy has been promoting his up-and-coming neighbor, as Caleborate has attention-grabbing rhyming skills and and obvious charisma. He doesn't sound like anyone else in the Bay, either, which bodes well for his prospects of making it big.
The slowed-down piano trap production, which features a great vocal sample, sets the mood for a collab that's high in energy but not necessarily reserved for partying scenarios. "Want It All" comes a couple of months after Caleborate's Hella Good mixtape and about a month before G-Eazy's upcoming album, When It's Dark Out.
It's time for me to say this
I'm the cleanest, rhyming in this cadence
And word to the homie Sean, finally I'm famous
Fuck I worked so damn long, this is not a sad song
This an anthem for all of my folks tryna advance on