Calboy – Let Me Down [Music Video]

Chicago rapper Calboy has unveiled the official video for “Let me Down” found on his new project Unchained. Unchained was released last Friday (11.3) via his independent imprint Loyalty & Co. Calboy’s new body of work is available everywhere now, watch the video above.

Unchained includes previously released tracks “Gang Time” featuring Skilla Baby and “Chains Off Freestyle,” as well as an appearance from Feb Larro on “Underhand” and production from Chevy Music, Sauceman Keys, Cartier Fly, and Cz Beats.

Calboy establishes the project’s mood with the opening track, “Right Away,” which sees him reminiscing on his come-up and success over buzzing 808s and bass. In addition to Skilla Baby and Feb Larro’s appearances on ‘Unchained,’ another standout track “Go Out Like That,” where Calboy opens up about the realities of his life.

Calboy’s recent music marks his exit from RCA Records and the launch of his independent music career, where he’s carving out his own path with imprint Loyalty N Co. The 24-year-old shows no signs of slowing down: in addition to his new album, he’s also working on a TV series. Along the way, he’s collaborated with some of the biggest names in the game, including Lil Wayne and T-Pain, and continues to deliver hit records that resonate with fans around the world.

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Calboy’s story is one of grit and determination. Growing up in the tough Southside of Chicago, he faced countless challenges, but he never let that stop him from pursuing his passion for music. Armed with nothing more than a laptop and a dream, he taught himself how to use protools and fl studio in middle school, and began honing his sound.

As he started making music that resonated with audiences on the streets of Chicago, Calboy quickly gained a reputation as a rising star in the music scene. But it was his breakout hit, “Envy Me,” that catapulted him into the global spotlight. The song, with its infectious beat and raw lyrics, quickly became a viral sensation, racking up millions of streams and earning critical acclaim.

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