“Don’t put me in the conscious rap box. Because that’s not what this is, man; we’re just making music.” This is the directive that guides the Baton Rouge-bred Caleb Brown as he finds his place among the class of newcomers dominating the conversation of hip-hop’s evolution. His request to be withheld from predispositions is well-warranted as the southern spitter boasts a sound that’s unpredictable at times, as is the case with his most recent “bleublk” drop, featuring DMV rising star IDK.
Produced by Mook Beatz, the cut is laid down over a menacing backdrop, with a bass worthy of the most elite sound system, as the two lyrically uncover the political landscape of race in America with a delivery that we’d typically find on tracks with a lighter topic of conversation. It’s a combo that makes for one interesting track.
In her spot with a 'G' like a free mason
F*ck a white girl and pray for a free nation
F*ck a white girl so good she can't be racist
Middle finger to Trump, hope he erases.