American rapper Don Toliver Takes Center Stage at The Masonic in San Francisco
Don Toliver, born Caleb Zackery Toliver in 1994, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter from Houston, Texas. He first gained widespread recognition with his feature on Travis Scott’s 2018 track “Can’t Say,” which appeared on Scott’s chart-topping album “Astroworld.” Following the success of this collaboration, Toliver signed to Scott’s Cactus Jack Records and released his debut album, “Heaven or Hell,” in 2020.
Toliver’s music blends hip-hop, R&B, and rock influences, with his distinctive vocal style drawing comparisons to the likes of Young Thug and Travis Scott. His lyrics often focus on themes of love, heartbreak, and personal struggles, with a raw and emotional delivery that resonates with his fans.
“Heaven or Hell” features a star-studded lineup of guest appearances, including Travis Scott, Quavo, Offset, and Sheck Wes. The album debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200 chart and was met with critical acclaim for its sonic experimentation and emotional depth.
In addition to his solo work, Toliver has collaborated with a range of artists, including Eminem, Internet Money, and The Weeknd, with whom he teamed up for the hit single “Liquor 7.” He has also become a sought-after live performer, having toured with Travis Scott and headlined his own shows around the world.