What does 'Calaboose' mean in Sidhu Moosewala's song?
- On July 10th of last year, Sidhu Moosewala released a song titled 'Calaboose'
- The Indian rapper collaborated on this song with music producer Snappy
- On May 29, 2022, in Mansa, unidentified assailants shot and killed Sidhu Moosewala
Last year, Sidhu Moosewala released a song named 'Calaboose' on July 10th, 2021. It was one of the most awaited songs of his third and final album 'Moosetape'. The Indian rapper collaborated on this song with music producer Snappy.
The word "Calaboose' is a loose term for jail. This makes sense as in the music video, Moosewala enters the scene after exiting the back of a police van. He is handcuffed and as soon as he exits the vehicles, he is surrounded by many reporters.
In the song, the star discusses his gangsta existence and the horror he causes to detractors in this straight-up banger. The music is filled with video clips of many controversies in his life.
The popularity of the superstar may be gauged by the fact that, to announce a teaser and the album's release date, Moose Wala issued a challenge on his Instagram post on April 26, 2021, asking for five million comments. Five million comments were submitted by April 28, 2021, and on April 29, 2021, Moose Wala posted the album's teaser on his YouTube channel along with the release date. Within a day of its release, the teaser had received over a million views. Moose Wala published the album's trailer on May 5, 2021.
Soon after the news of the death of the rapper became known, tributes poured in from all corners of the world. Moose Wala became the first Punjabi musician to achieve so when his song "295" peaked at number 154 on the Billboard Global 200 chart. Since the song's title unexpectedly includes the date of his passing, it was frequently played following his passing.