/  02.24.2021


Caleborate is steadily gearing up for his new project release. Light Hit My Skin is set to drop on Mar. 26, and prior to the drop he’s shared cuts like “The Madness” and now the freshly released “Contact” single. On the track, Kota the Friend comes in with the assist, providing an introspective verse to match the feel of the song: 

Shout out to the ones that accept me for me, shout out to the homie for selling me good weed/ You might catch a contact if you fuck around with me/ Godspeed to the women that I fucked with, grand rising to the only one I lay up with/ She in love with me and she don’t care about the money, my family say she gold digging I just think it’s funny cuz, she the only one that ever understood/ I am a museum she just come and look/ I am like a library she just came to read

“Kota and I link up for the first time over this beautiful beat, sharing our own real, introspective stories of pursuit, confrontation, struggle,” Caleborate told FADER about the song. “‘Contact’ is two MCs from different coasts giving a peek into the worlds and minds of young strivers.”

Caleborate’s last project was 2019 Hear Me Out, and he has released singles such as “Pull Up,” “Untitled (Hit Record),” and “Dream Car” featuring Ciscero. He also stopped by the coveted COLORS Studios in Germany to deliver a performance of “Clicquot Shower.” Kota the Friend just dropped off his Lyrics to GO, Vol. 2 project last month.

Be sure to tune into Caleborate’s new track “Contact” featuring Kota the Friend down below.

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