Chicago rapper Calboy looked to his own struggles with mental health and substance abuse when writing some of his hardest-hitting rhymes. Going so far as to name one of his mixtapes Anxiety, his songs loom heavy with moody melodies and huge trap beats. Several singles such as "Can't Tell" paved the way for new fans, but it was the single "Envy Me" that broke through to millions with a viral video. Calboy was born Calvin Wood in He was raised in the gritty South Chicago neighborhood of Calumet City, growing up amid crime and violence. This hostile environment would influence his music early on, with lyrics reflecting both the tough conditions of street life and the anxiety and depression he felt because of it.
In , he came to prominence after the release of his viral song " Envy Me ", later serving as the lead single from his debut EP, Wildboy, released on May 31, He is one of five children raised by a single mother. Woods witnessed two of his best friends die, one of a drug overdose and the other to gun violence. His family migrated between small homes to small apartments. He released his single " Envy Me " on September 13, , to critical acclaim. It later served as the lead single from his debut EP Wildboy , released on May 31, Woods' rap moniker comes from combining his government name Calvin and the character Cowboy from the cult film The Warriors.
Sometimes, you just have to make things happen. After five weeks on the Billboard Hot , the song—which has sparked a viral dance challenge—sits at its peak position at No. Michael Jackson, All-American Rejects. I listen to all type of music. That made me want to rap.
I can only say that I was that girl, 10 years ago. This is a very delicate territory, so tread carefully. To her, if you don't marry in the temple, she will probably do it after you die anyway.