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Don Toliver

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Lemonade Internet Money, Gunna, Don Toliver, NAV 03:15
After Party Don Toliver 02:47
No Idea Don Toliver 02:34
Cardigan Don Toliver 02:38
Can't Feel My Legs Don Toliver 03:00
Lemonade Internet Money, Don Toliver, Roddy Ricch 03:01
One Time NAV, Don Toliver, Future 03:09
LET'S PRAY (feat. Don Toliver & Travis Scott) DJ Khaled, Don Toliver, Travis Scott 02:38
Mystery Lady Masego, Don Toliver 03:48
Drugs N Hella Melodies (feat. Kali Uchis) Don Toliver, Kali Uchis 03:18

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Life of a DON

by Don Toliver

08/10/21

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Don Toliver is a singer, rapper, and songwriter hailing from America's South whose career got a serious boost when he featured on labelmate Travis Scott's track “Can't Say.” Born Caleb Zackery Toliver in Houston, Texas on June 12, 1994, Don Toliver grew up in the Southwest Alief area of Houston, Texas. He began putting out music in 2017, releasing a joint mixtape with fellow rapper Yungjosh93 titled Playa Familia. Later that year, Toliver released the solo singles “Diva” and “I Gotta” and in March 2018 was scooped up by Atlantic Records and We Run It Entertainment. That summer saw Toliver release his first major-label mixtape, naming it after his alter ego Donny Womack. A day later, Travis Scott released his album Astroworld featuring Toliver as an uncredited vocalist on the track “Can't Say.” The song, while never officially released as a single, was a breakout hit and earned itself a video sponsored by Saint Laurent. In August it was announced that Toliver had signed to Scott's Cactus Jack imprint and Toliver was soon touring with Scott. Toliver returned in 2019 with the singles “Back Up” featuring Wiz Khalifa, “Best You Had,” and “No Idea.” The latter was included in his studio debut Heaven or Hell (2020), which climbed to Number 7 on the Billboard 200 and featured guest spots from Travis Scott, Kaash Paige, Quavo, Offset, and Sheck Wes. Following an appearance on Kanye West’s Donda album, his second long-player Life of a Don hit the shelves in October 2021 and included collaborations with Kali Uchis, Travis Scott, SoFaygo, Baby Keem, and HVN. It peaked at Number 2 on the Billboard 200.