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The Chicago native opened up about how he found out he was taken off of one of the most important projects of 2020, the late Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut album ‘Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon’. While Calboy initially was disappointed that his verse was ultimately left off of the now-King Combs’ featured “Diana”, the “Barbarian” rapper has now made peace with the decision.
Calboy also shares that he will make an appearance on Smoke’s deluxe release, talks about having a lot of new music with the late Smoke, sheds light how he gives back to the city of Atlanta with his non-profit organizations and how he’d support the black community with financial literacy if he were ever elected President of The United States.
Watch the full interview with Calboy and DJ Carisma below!