By: Seamus Fay
With New Bedford artist Caliph’s forthcoming album Trespassing on the way, he’s been consistently blessing our ears with numerous standout singles, all of which confirm the fact that he’s not to be looked over by any means. Today, Caliph is back in the headlines to provide fans with “Tropical Spalding” produced by frequent collaborator OBeatz. His storytelling touch and graceful lyricism mesh together on this one to make for an intoxicating yet meaningful potential hit, and I have been genuinely impressed by every recent release from such a promising artist with longevity and passion undoubtedly in his favor.
By using courageous honesty in times of great political controversy, Caliph, a Muslim immigrant himself, is not only offering fans high-quality music, but he’s doing so with a purpose and a genuine perspective. It’s been a beautiful sight to see the rising star find his strides and truly grow as an artist and person, acting as a testament to the hopeful melodies that “Tropical Spalding” brings about in all of their guitar-driven glory.
I don’t want to go on for too long about this single because, in all honesty, it best stands for itself. Click play below and strive to be an understanding, welcoming today and every day. Get ready for Trespassing coming soon.