We’re getting a good feeling about Caeleborate‘s next project. The Berkeley rapper is set to release Real Person, the follow-up to last year’s 1993, in the near future, and today he’s sharing a brand new track titled “Soul.” The song is quite literally what it says on the tin, with Caleborate using a sample of Laura Nyro’s “Save the Country,” which Kanye West famously used for “The Glory.”
“When I say ‘don’t let them take your soul,” I’m talking about people trying to steal your shine,” he says. “It could be anyone trying to drag you down; your parents, your co-workers, people on the train, someone having a bad day…A lot of people can throw off your vibe if they aren’t on the same wave as you. They can take your soul, your juice, your flavor, the stuff that makes you, you. You’ve got to protect that.” His last release “Make Me & Take Me” was inspired by Lil Wayne’s “Let the Beat Build,” and this latest track is out of the same book of soulful hip-hop.
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