Chicago’s Calboy and Lil Wayne team up for the illustrative ‘Miseducation’: Watch the visual

Ahead of his debut album, ‘Redemption’, Calboy releases the lead single and visual, ‘Miseducation’ featuring Lil Wayne. This radio-friendly jam takes us on a journey through struggle and triumph. With a melancholy piano to back the melodic tone of Calboy, the video illustrates his rise to stardom. It dates back to 2018 with him in his best friend recording in a makeshift studio trying to make a hit. It later on fast forwards to Calboy winning plaques and getting a record deal only to be struck by tragedy. To be frank, the song didn’t really need a Lil Wayne verse. It’s definitely a great look for Cal, but Wayne’s verse felt irrelevant to the song and the narrative of the video. Regardless, he did have some fire punchlines to make up for it.

I’ve been lying still, in the jungle even lions chill
I make a giant kneel
I heard Heaven need some volunteers, that’s what I’ve been hearin’
Hit your momma crib, like your momma feared — Lil Wayne

Written by Jeffrey Deon Chambers

Jeffrey Deon Chambers is a 23-year-old photojournalist and visual artist from Queens, New York. Since a young one, he developed a knack for writing and a limitless love for music. His ears know no boundaries. From the enticing vocals of Andrea Bocelli, to the genius production from the fingertips of MF DOOM, Deon constantly finds himself inspired. Aside from music and visuals, Deon is a movie enthusiast and foodie.

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