The rap artist known as Caloe has released his newest LP record album, titled, “Havoc.” The album is a collection of 13 original rap tracks in Caloe’s own inimitable style. “Havoc” features excellent, extremely creative orchestration in both melody lines and back beats, but most of all showcases the seemingly endless talents of Caloe, himself.
Caloe’s record, “Havoc,” is unlike typical releases from the urban underground for many reasons. Foremost, perhaps, is Caloe’s willingness to pen and perform lyrics that truly deserve the “Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics” sticker. His lines, poetic and often shocking, openly proclaim his deep, heartfelt belief in freedom of speech. This is perhaps at least partially due to his fealty to the craft of writing, itself, which grew out of a feeling of indebtedness to the art.
He says of this, “I found that writing helped me through my questions in life, and I noticed that music was always there for me in both my struggling and my triumphant times.” As an artist, Caloe takes his relationship with music very seriously. “I owe my life to music for what it has given to me,” he writes.
Having such an open mind with regards to telling the whole truth and nothing but, one might expect Caloe to shy away from talking about himself, but speaking from the heart doesn’t bother him at all, either. In fact, the opening track from “Havoc” is a song titled, “Know Me.” This introductory song works as an excellent example of Caloe’s rhythm, rhyme schemes, and personality.
Its chorus refrains, “Cause no one really knows me, and no one really cares,” a sort of altar call for listeners to come and hear what Caloe is all about on “Havoc.” At one point he mentions rape and Baptists in the same phrase, followed by the following disclaimer: “Oh my God, did he really just say that? Yes I did, b-tch, consider it a little payback.” These lines may seem abrasive, but after listening to Caloe’s magnificently unique record, one must concede that his honesty and straightforwardness is extremely refreshing, particularly in a rap record.
And besides, as Caloe raps later in the same song, “Just because someone lives life, doesn’t mean that they’re the devil.”
Caloe’s LP “Havoc” is available online worldwide beginning April 5, 2013.
Staff Press Release Writer
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