Watch Caleborate’s Witty New Visual For “Game Over”

The East Bay’s Next Rap Titan is continuing to make a name for himself. Drawing inspiration from both video games and the iconic Family Matters opening sequence, Caleborate enchants us with his latest visual for his very groovy single “Game Over.”  With a plainspoken wit and an affinity for wordplay, the the 23 year-old proves that he is more than deserving of some of his more recent recognition.

Filmed in one take, the visual imitates the user interface of an early ’90s arcade game, featuring a health bar in the upper-left corner. Caleborate dodges bill collectors, his angry aunt, and police officers, all while collecting coins, stars, and extra lives as the hero of the game.

It’s been just months since the budding artist released his follow-up to Hella Good, 1993 via Complex. “I distinctly remember the blending of the two worlds—I was watching Family Matters on TV, but also Buzzfeed videos on my phone. The lyrical content is reflective of where I am in my life as a young adult. I’m talking about stuff that other 22 and 23-year-old people are going through,” shared the talent on the creation of “Game Over.” Watch the nostalgic and energetic video above.

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