Calboy continues to build from what was a banner year for the Chicago emcee. Last year saw the rising star liberate his latest project Long Live The Kings, which boasts six tracks with contributions from Lil Baby, G Herbo, and Lil Tjay — mere months later, Calboy would unload a deluxe version of Long Live The Kings with another six songs and added collabs alongside Polo G, Yo Gotti, Fivio Foreign, and the late King Von. In addition, he — along with a few of his aforementioned peers — would join NLE Choppa, Baby Keem, Jack Harlow, Chika, Rod Wave, Latto, Lil Keed, and 24kGoldn as the latest XXL Freshman class, further adding fuel to his career.
This year, we’ve seen top quality singles like “Miseducation” with Lil Wayne, “Ten Toes Down,” “Pearly Gate,” and — most recently — “Round Here.” Calboy also provided his special brand of bars for tracks like Lewie’s “The Block Is Hot,” Cap Gold’s “Ride Out,” JD On Tha Track’s “These Days,” and Blueface’s “Patience.” Earlier this week (August 16), Calboy added to his discography with the 6lement-produced offering “Jungle Juice,” a track that sees him harmonizing about his savage upbringing in the streets:
“I been trippin’ off this juice, came from the jungle, I was wildin’ out in school, we tote them guns in the hall, she asked me what I’m feelin’, I don’t love her at all, sorry, they left me with no feelings, wasn’t no one I could call, kept that shit a hundred grand, these niggas called me crazy, I been duckin’ rats, snakes, and pigs, that’s on the daily, you know how we coming if these niggas tryna play me…”
Check out the visual for “Jungle Juice” below, which sees Calboy and his crew creating the perfect potion for a pretty lit house party.