East New York musician Ernest Rareberrg released his second single “calf” Monday (Aug. 5). The unveil follows his earlier summer debut “tearing me apart” that landed on streaming platforms including Spotify’s “Fresh Finds” and “Study Break.”
The less than 2 -minute soundscape provides a smooth intro that soothes the ear with his accompanying rhythmic and rhyming vocals. Rarebergg uses “calf” as his diary as he opens up to the world detailing how it could feel to be trapped and suffocating in your own decisions. While seeking to find help or confide in others to only realize you have to help yourself before anything else.
Despite his low profile, Rareberrg landed a spot on Dropbox & Future Classics‘ artist residency in Los Angeles, who describes his music as 20/20. Future Classic is a music company that teamed up with Dropbox to build a studio and launch a studio residency for emerging artists to access the space and connect to those who are in it.
SOPHIE, Moses Sumney, JPEGMAFIA, Clams Casino, Emma Louise, Jacques Greene, Axel Boman and more, have all visited the Future Classic x Dropbox studio.
During Rareberrg’s 2-week residency he successfully wrote “calf” and “tearing me apart.”
Listen to “calf” below.