Earlier today, Berkeley-based rapper Caleborate released his sophomore album, 1993. the 14-track project follows the 23-year-old's personal growth and comments on the current climate of gentrification and disaffection in the Bay Area. For the record, Caleborate recruits guest features from Sylvan LaCue, Pell, and more.
"This project is meant to play out in order, it follows a loose storyline that includes actual (unscripted) dialogue that depicts the current state of things for many of us twenty-something's in the Bay Area (and in the world really)," Caleborate wrote in a note to fans along with the album today. "Although the title of this project may seem a bit exclusive to certain generations, it is meant to be felt by everyone who has been, currently is, or will be a twenty-something."
Listen to 1993 below on SoundCloud and purchase the album on iTunes.