Cali rapper Caleborate revisits his 1993 project with a visual for “Consequences” — an uptempo onslaught about the trouble he gets in for desiring a lifestyle of wanting to “chill, smoke, drink and be cool” all day.
The visual takes on as much of a not-so-serious tone as the song does as he travels around town acting out some of the lyrics by throwing clothes on the ground (“I used to work retail, now they starstruck”) and getting rained on with money (“Oh, I’m getting money nowadays”).
“The video was filmed while I was on the “Before Anything” Tour with P-Lo,” he told EarMilk, who premiered the video. “Me and all the guys from TBKTR were hella excited to be in LA, and we wanted to make the most of our time. So I had written out a video idea that maximized all the various props we had with us on our trip to shoot a visual that told a story but also illustrated the lyrics of the song. We ended up killing the entire first full day in LA on shooting that video but soon after we wrapped and we watched the clips back, we knew it was worth the time.”
Watch the video for the Julia Lewis-produced song below.